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DUKE 
UNIVERSITY 




DIVINITY SCHOOL 
LIBRARY 



^RTH CAROLINA 

BAPTIST 

ANNUAL 

ONE-HUNDRED 
TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
RALEIGH 



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Annual 

of the 

Baptist State Convention 

of 

North Carolina 

One Hundred Twenty-Seventh Annual Session 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Raleigh 
November, 19-21, 1957 



Edited by 
Charles B. Deane 

Recording Secretary 
Rockingham, N. C. 



The Next Session will be held 

November 11-13, 1958 
First Baptist Church, Durham 



MISS IDA MARGIE MURCHISON 

Born December 18, 1892, in Gulf, Chatham County, North Carolina, the 
daughter of Gustavus Adolfus Murchison and Margaret Lambert Murchison. She 
is survived by her sister, Mrs. Nancy M. Freeman, Sanford, and by her brothers, 
Gustavus P. Murchison, Gulf, and T. Perry Murchison, Goldston. The following 
brothers and sisters are deceased: Everett, Roy, Mattie, Ruth and Lily. Miss 
Murchison received her preparatory education at Buie's Creek Academy 
(Campbell College). On September 13, 1911, she entered Woman's College for 
the year 1911-12. Thereafter she taught in the public schools for one year. 
During the years 1913-14, she studied and completed her secretarial work at 
Draughn's Business College, Raleigh. Her first secretarial work was in Hender- 
son, North Carolina. 

Around 1918 she joined the staff of the Biblical Recorder. On March 15, 1923, 
she became secretary to J. S. Farmer, Manager and Secretary-Treasurer, and 
afterwards Editor of the Biblical Recorder. Thereafter she held a responsible 
secretarial position with Stout and Jerrell, Contractors, Sanford. Around 1926-27 
she returned to Raleigh and renewed her connection with the North Carolina 
Baptist State Convention. She was first secretary to Herman T. Stevens, Director 
of the Centennial Campaign Fund, and during this E>eriod she worked for a 
time with the Board of Education of the Convention. In July 1930, she moved 
to the important post as private secretary to Charles E. Maddry, General 
Secretary and Treasurer of the Convention. She continued in this position under 
Malloy A. Huggins, General Secretary and Treasurer, for the next twenty-five 
years and until her demise. 

"Miss Margie" as she was known to her associates and great hosts of friends 
and many thousands of Baptists throughout North Carolina, served the Baptist 
State Convention in the Raleigh office for approximately 40 years, longer 
than any other person. She was more than a personal secretary to the General 
Secretary. No person connected w^ith the Conventon held such a wealth of in- 
formation about Baptist work. The tasks she assumed never appeared to be a 
burden nor were too difficult. Regardless of the urgency or the need to com- 
plete some important task, she always had time to chat with the thousands who 
passed her desk. She never punched a time clock and was at her desk practically 
to the end. Her last special service, carried out under much physical discom- 
fort, involved the presentation, in the new Baptist Building in Raleigh on 
October 21, 1957, of the portrait of Dr. Huggins, made possible by the Conven- 
tion staff, of which Miss Murchison w^as one of the principal sponsors. 

To appraise the service of Margie Murchison would be to say that she gave 
herself totally to the Master and North Carolina Baptists. For many years she 
was a faithful member of the Hayes Barton Baptist Church. At the time of her 
death, October 23, 1957, she resided at her Raleigh home, 2276 "The Circle." Her 
interment took place at Bethany Church, Chatham County, North Carolina. 

HIGHT C MOORE 

Born January 29. 1871, at Globe, Caldwell County, North Carolina, the son of 
Patterson Moore and Nancy Ann Moore. He married on May 2, 1893, Miss Laura 
Peterson of Globe. Mrs. Moore, of Ridgecrest, survives. The son, Joseph Peter- 
son Moore, is deceased. Dr. Moore completed his preparatory education at Globe 
Academy around 1887. He graduated with honors from Wake Forest College in 
1890, and during the year 1893 he attended Rochester Theological Seminary. He 
received the honorary degree of D.D. from Wake Forest College in 1915, and 
Litt.D. from Baylor University in 1920. Dr. Moore was ordained to the Baptist 
ministry in 1890 at Globe. His ministry for thirteen years included pastorates 
at Morehead City, Winston-Salem, Monroe, New Bern and Chapel Hill. 

Dr. Moore's special talents led him into the editorial service for North Caro- 
lina and Southern Baptists. He has rightly been called during his day as "Mr. 
Editor" among Southern Baptists. He recorded and edited the annuals of the 
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 1896 through 1907. In 1908 he 
became editor of the Biblical Recorder and served until 1917. In that year he was 
called to the Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn., as managing editor 
of the Board and served until 1927. He was editorial secretary of the Board from 
1917-1943, and Secretary of the Southern Baptist Convention and editor of the 
Annual, 1914-1946. For the period 1924-1943 he was editorial secretary for the 
International Sunday School Committee Council. For 35 years he published the 
Sunday School vest pocket handbook called 'Moore's Points for Emphasis," used 
by countless thousands of teachers and members of the Sunday School. 

His editorial contributions and many publications gave vitality to the Baptist 
faith. Among the books that came from his pen included: Seaside Sermons, 
The Books of the Bible, From Bethlehem to Olivet, From Pentecost to Patmos, 
and many others. His brilliant mind and Christian statesmanship should con- 

/^^ JE° challenge the religious editors and writers throughout the years. 

A characteristic in the signature of Dr. Moore is significant. There was never 
any punctuation after the letter C. He was insistent about that, since the letter 
C stood for no name at all. 

Dr. Moore gave up his service with the Sunday School Board and returned 
to his home at Ridgecrest. At this Southern Baptist Assembly his vision for 
developing trained Christian leadership continued to inspire countless thousands 
who came to Ridgecrest from every area of the South. On May 24, 1957, at the 
age of 86, Dr. Moore's earthly pilgrimage ended. He was buried at Ridgecrest 
Memorial Park. 



Miss Ida Margie Murchison 





Hight C Moore 




Smith Hagaman 



John Santford Martin 




SMITH HAGAMAN 

Born May 6, 1868, in Watauga County. State of North Carolina, the son of 
Hugh Hagaman and Elizabeth Wilson Hagaman. To his first marriage with Miss 
Blanche Sherrill, deceased, these children survive: J. C. Hagaman, Chattanooga; 
Hill Hagaman, Boone; Mrs. J. C. McConnell, Boone; Mrs. Dean Swift, Sugar 
Grove; Mrs. Fred Mast, Boone; and Dr. Len D. Hagaman, Boone. On October 5, 
1951, he married Miss Stella McCartney at Mountain City, Tennessee, who with 
these children survive: Hugh B. Hagaman, Boone, and Smith B. Hagaman, 
Winston-Salem. 

At Cove Creek Academy, Sugar Grove, North Carolina, Smith Hagaman re- 
ceived his preparatory education. He took college work and teachers training 
at Appalachian Training College, Boone. In 1886 he began teaching in the 
Public Schools of Watauga County, North Carolina. From 1915 to 1934 he was 
Watauga County Superintendent of Schools, and represented the county in the 
North Carolina General Assembly for the terms (1909-1911) (1911-1913). 

Mr. Hagaman became the Superintendent of the Baptist Hospital, Winston- 
Salem in 1934. He served until 1945. During these eleven years the hospital 
faced many difficult periods. The great physical strength of Smith Hagaman and 
his devout commitment to the ministry of healing, paid rich dividends as he 
traveled and spoke throughout the North Carolina Baptist constituency in be- 
half of the hospital. Much credit must be given to Smith Hagaman for the 
sustaining support that came to the hospital during these trying periods of the 
nineteen thirties. The fruits of his labor contributed greatly to what has become 
in the years since the great Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, which 
is known throughout the country and in many areas of the world. 

On May 31, 1957, in Winston-Salem, after 89 fruitful years of service. Smith 
Hagaman answered the last roll call. His interment was in the Memorial Ceme- 
tery, Boone, North Carolina. 

JOHN SANTFORD MARTIN 

Born May 20, 1886, at Hamptonville, Yadkin County, North Carolina, the son 
of Asbury Jackson and Victoria Brown Martin. He married Ava Michael Poole 
October 2, 1910, who survives him at her home, 831 Roslyn Road, Winston-Salem. 
He is survived also by two children, Mrs. Edwina Martin Crowther of Frederick, 
Md., and one son, Santford Martin, Jr., of Arlington, Va. 

Santford Martin graduated from the Yadkinville Normal School in 1906 and 
from Wake Forest College \nth an A.B. degree in 1909. In 1910 he took his degree 
in the Wake Forest Law School. The honorary degree of Litt. D. was conferred 
upon him by Western Carolina College in 1954, and the honorary degree of LL.D. 
by Wake Forest College in 1956. In 1910 he was admitted to the North Carolina 
Bar. While looking for a place to practice law, he was offered a job as a re- 
porter for the Winston-Salem Journal. Two years later he became editor of this 
newspaper, and never engaged in the practice of law. He served as editor of 
the Winston-Salem Journal for forty years, and the Twin City Sentinel from 
1927 until 1952. From 1952 until his retirement in 1954, he edited the Sunday 
Journal and Sentinel. 

He authored the Letters and Papers of Governor Thomas W. Bickett, and was 
the winner of the North Carolina Press Association's Annual Award for the best 
editorial written in North Carolina in 1942. Few people ever served the public 
interest in North Carolina more faithfully or more effectively. He held State 
government posts under every Governor beginning with Locke Craig (1913-17). 
He was private secretary to Governor Thomas W. Bickett, 1917-20. He was 
named by Governor Cameron Morrison to the North Carolina Fisheries Com- 
mission; and reappointed to the Conservation and Development Board by 
Governors McLean, Gardner, Ehringhaus, Hcey and Broughton, and served as 
Chairman 1941-43. He was named to the State Board of Education by Governor 
Broughton and reappointed by Governors Cherry, Scott and Umstead, and was 
Chairman 1954-55. 

Santford Martin faithfully served the Democratic Party. He was a true liberal. 
His many outside activities were not limited to the science of government. At 
different periods he was a past president of the Winston-Salem Kiwanis Club 
and Lieutenant Governor of Carolina Kiwanis District Division 3; a member of 
the Winston-Salem Foundation Committee; a charter member of the Interna- 
tional Press Institute; an active member of the American Society of Newspaper 
Editors; and held an honorary life membership in the North Carolina Press 
Association. 

Because of his crusading spirit for the cause of education and his effective 
efforts in bridging the differences that divide creeds, race and points of view, 
Mr. Martin was named 1955 Man of the Year in Education in North Carolina by 
Phi Delta Kappa honorary education frat-emity at the University of North Caro- 
lina. Despite extensive writing and speaking engagements that took him 
throughout North Carolina, involving the crucial issues upon which he never 
straddled the fence, Santford Martin had time to devote to his church and the 
Baptist denomination. He taught a Baptist Sunday School class for more than 
25 years; he served as Deacon of the First Baptist Church in Winston-Salem. At 
different periods he was a member of the General Board of the Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina, a member of the Board of Directors of the 
Biblical Recorder and a trustee of the Baptist Hospital. 

The motivating force that characterized the life and service of Santford 
Martin is best stated by his only son, Santford, Jr. — "Santford Martin lived life 
with the enthusiasm of a child, believed in people with the trust of a child, and 
used his talents ■writing and speaking for all issues he believed would bring 
enthusiasm and hope to the lives of the greatest number of people." 

Santford Martin took his victorious leave at 1 p.m., April 14, 1957, at the 
Baptist Hospital. The burial took place in Forsyth Memorial Park in the city 
of Winston-Salem. 



CONTENTS ^'^.'f.i 



SECTION / // y PAGE, 

Annual Dedicated (12) '' 'i^ZQ 

Auditor's Report and Financial Statements, Convention, Institutions.. 166-190 

Associational Directory ,• ' 330 

Baptist Building, Dedication of ' • 42-43 

Baptist Chaplain Association 14 

Baptist Children's Home of North Carolina, Inc., trustees of 9 

Baptist Foundation, directors of 9 

Baptist Hospital, trustees of 9 

Baptist World Alliance 16 

Bihlical Recorder, directors of 10 

Campbell College, trustees of 11 

Charity and Children, directory of 10 

Chowan College, trustees of 11 

Council on Christian Education, Executive Secretary 13 

Committees : 

Allied Church League ( 11 ) 37 

Committee of Nine ( 11 ) 37 

Committee of Seventeen (11) 37 

Committee on Committees (6) 34 

Enrollment (1) (5) 33 

General Board, to report on report of (11) 35 

Historical Commission ( 11 ) 36 

Memorials ( 11) 36 

Order of Business (1958) (11) 36 

Place and Preacher 1959, 1958 (11) 36 

Publicity ( 11 ) 36 

Religious Liberty (11 ) 36 

Resolutions (11) 35 

Social Service and Civic Righteousness (11) 36 

Trustees and Members General Board, to nominate (11) 37 

Constitution and By-Laws 17 

Amendment to Constitution (76) 69 

Convention : 

Assemblies, directory 13 

Brotherhood, State Officers 14 

Directory 7 

Educational, Full Time Church Workers 349 

State Officers 14 

Associational Missionaries 359 

State Officers 14 

Historical Table 332 

Messengers 78 

Officers, executive and administrative 7 

Officers Elected: 

President (55) 61 

Vice-Presidents ( 56 ) 61 

General Secretary (57) 62 

Recording Secretary ( 58 ) 62 

Statistical Secretary ( 59 ) 62 

Trustees (60) 62 

Proceedings of 33 

Sermon — C. O. Greene (21) 42 

Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute, Advisory Committee 13 

Gardner-Webb College, trustees of 11 

General Board 8 

Officers and organization 8-9 

Kennedy Home, Superintendent of 10 

Mars Hill College, trustees of 12 

Meredith College, trustees of 12 

Messengers to Convention 78 

Total registration 33, 93 

Mills Homes, Superintendent of 9 

Ministers : 

New ministers recognized ( 10 ) 34 

Ordained, active in pastorate 361 

Ordained, not active in pastorate 397 

Ministers' Wives Conference, officers 14 

Ministerial, Seminary and Training School Students in 

Colleges and Seminaries 340 

Missionaries, North Carolina, on foreign field 338 

Motions and Resolutions : 

Action of Convention Concerning Dancing on Campuses.. (7) (62) 34, 63-64 

American Bible Society 75 



SECTION PAGE 

Associate Membership .: (15) (81) 38. 72 

Associational Missions, Week of Prayer for (32) (81) 44, 71 

Campbell College, to borrow (54) (81) 60, 71 

Church Autonomy (31) (53) (81) 43, 60, 71 

Committee of Nine ( 64 ) 64 

Committee of Seventeen (63) 64 

Committee of Twenty-five, to extend study (30) 43 

Election of Wake Forest College Trustees (52) 60 

Evangelism Committee ( 81 ) 73 

Parliamentarian (70) (76) 67, 69 

(79-80) 71 

Sunday DrUls ( 81 ) 73 

North Carolina Baptist Homes, Inc., trustees of 10 

"Our Home Goers" 76 

Pastors' Conference : 

Officers ( 1958 ) 14 

Program ( 1957 ) 77 

Reports : 

Allied Church League (94) 120 

American Bible Society 75 

Auditors — Convention and Institutions 166-190 

Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina (41) (96) 49, 143 

Baptist Foundation (18) (106) 42, 163 

Biblical Recorder (38) 45 

Cain, Guy S., General Missionary 109 

Campbell College ( 99 ) 155 

Chowan College (100) 156 

Christian Education, Council on (36) (98) 45, 148 

Committee of Twenty-five (43) 49 

Committee on Committees (11) 35 

Comptroller ( 13 ) 38 

Enrollment (5) 33 

Evangelism 73 

Foreign Missions (71 ) 68 

Gardner- Webb College ( 101 ) 157 

General Board: 

Advance Report (13) 38, 97 

Committee to Report on Report of (62) (73) 62, 68 

Meetings between Conventions 100 

Recommendations ( 91 ) 97 

Historical Commission ( 17 ) 39 

Home Missions (27) 42 

Mars Hill College (102) 158 

Memorials (12) 38 

Meredith College (103) 159 

North Carolina Baptist Homes (40) (97) 49, 145 

North Carolina Baptist Hospital (39) (95) 49, 142 

Order of Business (1957) (7) (8) 34 

Place 1959 Convention (33) 44 

Preacher for 1958 Convention (33) 44 

Publicity Committee (77) 69 

Resolutions Committee (81) 71 

Relief and Annuity (42) (97a) 49, 147 

Religious Liberty (88) 74 

Social Service and Civic Righteousness (83) 74 

State Missions (34) (94) 44, 110 

Trustees and Members General Board, to Nominate (49) 58 

Trustees of Convention (16) 39 

Wake Forest College (104) 160 

Wilkie, E. C, General Missionary .— 110 

Wingate College (105) 161 

Woman's Missionary Union (67) 65 

Ridgecrest, Director of 16 

Southern Baptist Convention, Directory of 14 

Statistical Data: 

Associational 192-329 

Statistical Summary 335 

Wake Forest College, trustees of 12 

Wake Forest College, trustees of (50, 51,52) 60 

Wake Forest College, trustee of (68.69) 67 

Woman's Missionary Union, Directory of 7, 8 



DIRECTORY OF THE CONVENTION 

Baptist Memorial Building 
301 Hillsboro Street, Raleigh, N. C. 

I. OFFICERS 

A. Leroy Parker, Greensboro President 

Claude Bowen, Greensboro First Vice-President 

Perry Crouch, Asheville Second Vice-President 

E. Norfleet Gardner, Laurinburg Third Vice-President 

Malloy A. Huggins, Raleigh General Secretary and Treasurer 

Charles B. Deane, Rockingham Recording Secretary 

L. L. Morgan, Raleigh Statistical Secretary 

Shearon Harris, Raleigh Parliamentarian 

R. L. McMillan, Raleigh Trustee 

N. M. Gurley, Raleigh Trustee 

F. H. Brooks, Smithfield Trustee 

II. ADMINISTRATION 

Malloy A. Huggins, Raleigh General Secretary and Treasurer 

Leon P. Spencer, Raleigh Comptroller 

Miss Mary Lily Duncan, Raleigh Office Secretary 

Miss Wixie Herring, Raleigh Bookkeeper 

Miss Mary Alice Gray, Cary Bookkeeper 

III. PROMOTION 

Earle L. Bradley, Raleigh Secretary 

Ottis Hagler, Raleigh Associate and Secretary Retirement Plans 

Guy S. Cain, Boone General Missionary 

E. C. Wilkie, Waynesville General Missionary 

IV. DIVISION OF STATE MISSIONS 

Edward L. Spivey, Secretary 

Julian S. Hopkins, Raleigh Secretary of Evangelism 

L. J. Morriss, Raleigh Secretary Visual Education 

L. L. Morgan, Raleigh Secretary Church Planning 

J. O. Stroud, Raleigh Secretary Music Department 

Secretary Brotherhood and Foundation 

B. W. Jackson, Raleigh Secretary Royal Ambassadors 

E. C. Upchurch, Raleigh Secretary Church Development Department 

W. R. Grigg, Raleigh Secretary Depart. Interracial Cooperation 

DEPARTMENT OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS 

Herman Ihley, Raleigh Secretary 

Mrs. Myra Motley, Raleigh Associate 

D. P. Brooks, Raleigh Associate 

Jack R. Bagwell, Raleigh Associate 

DEPARTMENT OF TRAINING UNIONS 

James P. Morgan, Raleigh Secretary 

Miss Sarah Hull, Raleigh Associate 

W. H. Spradlin, Jr., Weaverville Associate 

DEPARTMENT OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES 

Harold Cole, Raleigh Secretary 

Miss Miriam HoUis, Raleigh Administrative Associate 

James O. Cansler, University of N. C Student Director 

Edgar Christman, Wake Forest College, Winston-Salem Student Director 

Dr. Maxine Garner, Meredith College, Raleigh Student Director 

James Y. Greene, Appalachian State Teachers College, Boone. ...Student Director 
Miss Ruth Lassiter (Interim), East Carolina College, Greenville. .Student Director 

Boyce Medlin, Duke University, Durham Student Director 

Quentin Perreault, Western Carolina College, Cullowhee Student Director 

John Rasberry, North Carolina State College, Raleigh Student Director 

Knox Sampson, Pembroke State College, Pembroke Student Director 

Miss Betty Jean Seymour, Woman's College, U.N.C., Greensboro 

Student Director 
Miss Frances NicoU, North Carolina Baptist Hospital, Winston-Salem 

Student Director 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION, AUXILIARY TO 
BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

Mrs. W. K. McGee President 

Miss Miriam J. Robinson Executive Secretary 



8 Baptist State Convention 

Mrs. Marion E. Taylor Treasurer 

WMS Director 

Miss Sara Ann Hobbs YWA Director 

Miss Barbara Rodman GA Director 

Miss Beverly Neilson Sunbeam Band Director 

V. THE GENERAL BOARD AND ORGANIZATION 

L. H. HoLLiNGSWORTH, President, Boone 

Nane Starnes, Vice-President, Asheville 

Z. Miller Free]vian, Secretary, Belmont 

James P. Morgan, Assistant Secretary, Raleigh 

Term Expiring 1958: John W. Privott, New Bern, Atlantic Association; Ray L. 
Cumbee, Longhust, Beulah Association; Thurman B. Stone, Concord, Cabarrus 
Association; T. L. Cashwell, Jr., Lenoir, Caldwell Association; Cicero A. Davis, 
Leaksville, Dan Valley Association; J. G. England, Ranlo Station, Gastonia, 
Gaston Association; T. E. Robinett, Waynesville, Haywood Association; W. A. 
Johnson, Lillington, Little River Association; James W. Mason, Laurinburg, 
Pee Dee Association; A. L. Parker, Greensboro, Piedmont Association; J. M. 
Johnson, Walnut Cove, Pilot Mountain Association; J. Sam Getsinger, William- 
ston. South Roanoke Association; J. R. Featherstone, Forest City, Sandy Run As- 
sociation; Eugene Deese, Aberdeen, South Sandy Creek Association; John H. Mc- 
Crimmon, Bladenboro, JBladen Association; Mrs. S. A. Hennis, Jr., Mount Airy, 
Surry Association; Clarence E. Greene, Henderson, Tar River Association; J. B. 
Dailey, Jackson, West Chowan Association; C. N. Royal, Durham, Yates Associa- 
tion; Wade E. Vannoy, Jr., West Jefferson, Ashe Association. 

Term Expiring 1959: T. G. Proctor, Hendersonville, Carolina Association; T. W. 
Williams, Mount Olive, Eastern Association; J. L. Powers, Elkin, Elkin Associa- 
tion; Paul Tugman, Mars Hill, French Broad Association; Frank R. Moore, 
Charlotte, Mecklenburg Association; E. F. Mathis, Kinston, Neuse Association; 
Harold Baker, Hot Springs, New Found Association; J. V. Baggett, Salemburg, 
New South River Association; R. V. Greer, Marshville, Union Association; 
Latt Beshears, Boger City, South Fork Association; Albert A. Young, Hickory, 
Theron Rankin Association; W. E. Spears, Mooresville, South Yadkin Associa- 
tion; Troy Perry, Hays, Stone Mountain Association; E. H. Corpening, Tapoco, 
Tennessee River Association; L. H. Hollingsworth, Boone, Three Forks Associa- 
tion; J. V. Hall, Marble, Western North Carolina Association; Elwood Orr, Wil- 
mington, Wilmington Association; Dawson Briggs, Burnsville, Yancey Associa- 
tion; Albert S. Lamm, Oxford, Flat River Association; Jason D. Ross, Valdese, 
Catawba River Association; Mrs. Ed Holbert, Albemarle, Stanly Association. 

Term Expiring 1960: R. Love Dixon, Taylorsville, Alexander Association; Ben 
Reeves, Sparta, Alleghany Association; W. W. Abernathy, Newland, Avery 
Association; Nane Stames, Asheville, Buncombe Association; Z. Miller Freeman, 
Belmont, Gaston Association; W. N. Brookshire, Winston-Salem, Liberty Associa- 
tion; Manuel C. Wyatt, Franklin, Macon Association; Bruce Buchanan, Bakers- 
ville, Mitchell Association; Ed Love, Graham, Mount Zion Association; Forrest G. 
Shearin, Scotland Neck, North Roanoke Association; W. Isaac Terrell, Winston- 
Salem, Pilot Mountain Association; C. G. Mumford, Raleigh, Raleigh Associa- 
tion; David M. Britt, Fairmont, Robeson Association; J. A. Richardson, Jr., Salis- 
bury, Rowan Association; O. M. Burkhalter, Graham, Sandy Creek Association; 
W. N. Reese, Morganton, South Mountain Association; Newton Harrison, Boone, 
Stony Fork Association; John T. Neal, Penrose, Transylvania Association; Fred 
Stiles, Murphy, West Liberty Association; Warren T. Carr, Durham, Yates 
Association. 

Term Expiring 1961: George E. Simmons, Wadesboro, Anson Association; 
Joseph P. Dubose, Jr., Marion, Blue Ridge Association; James M. Parks, Union 
Grove, Brier Creek Association; E. J. Prevatte, Southport, Brunswick Associa- 
tion; Henry A. Morgan, Wilkesboro, Brushy Mountain Association; W. A. Huney- 
cutt. Black Mountain, Buncombe Association; L. W. Jacobs, Pembroke, Burnt 
Swamp Association; J. D. Griffin, Cherokee, Cherokee Association; J. H. Moore, 
Elizabeth City, Chowan Association; Robert C. Foster, Whiteville, Columbus 
Association; Corbett Coleman, Ash, Dock Association: J. J. Tarlton, Rutherford- 
ton, Green River Association; P. E. Jones, Sims, Johnston Association; E. B. 
Hicks, Shelby, Kings Mountain Association; W. B. Carr, Matthews, Mecklenburg 
Association; Marion E. Parker, Troy, Montgomery Association; William M. York, 
Greensboro, Piedmont Association; Robert N. Simms, Jr., Raleigh, Raleigh Asso- 
ciation; Herbert P. Miller, Asheboro, Randolph Association; Zeb. Baker, Sylva, 
Tuckaseigee Association; Homer Bradey, Jonesville, Yadkin Association. 

Executive Committee: W. A. Huneycutt, Chairman, Committee on Administra- 
tion and Promotion; James W. Mason, Chairman, Christian Education Commit- 
tee; Forrest G. Shearin, Chairman, Committee on Social Service; Elwood Orr, 
Chairman, Committee on Training Activities; Albert S. Lamm, Chairman, Com- 
mittee on General Missions; Eugene Deese, Chairman, Committee on Baptist 
Student Union; Nane Starnes, Chairman, Committee on Evangelism; R. N. 
Simms, Jr., Member-at-large; Clarence E. Greene, Member-at-large; L. H. 
HoUmgsworth. Ex officio. Chairman, General Board; A. LeRoy Parker, Ex officio. 
President of the Convention. 



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Administration and Promotion: W. A. Huneycutt, Chairman; C. N. Royal, J. L. 
Powers, T. W. Williams, R. Love Dixon, Ed Love, John T. Neal, Bruce Buchanan, 

E. H. Corpening, Marion E. Parker, Henry A. Morgan, W. M. York, John W. 
Privott. 

Christian Education: James W. Mason, Chairman; Ray L. Cumbee, J. V. 
Baggett, Dawson Briggs, E. F. Mathis, William E. Spears, Jr., Paul Tugman, 
T. G. Proctor, Jr., W. Isaac Terrell, C. G. Mumford, N. L. Harrison, O. M. 
Burckhalter, J. H. Moore, R. N. Simms, Jr., W. B. Carr. 

Social Service: Forrest G. Shearin, Chairman; J. M. Johnson, Albert A. Young, 
Troy Perry, R. C. Foster, Fred Stiles, W. W. Abernathy, Ben G. Reeves, James M. 
Parks, L. W. Jacobs, Corbett Coleman, Joseph P. DuBose, Jr. 

Training Activities: Elwood Orr, Chairman; J. G. England, Mrs. Sam Hennis, 
Cicero A. Davis, Manuel C. Wyatt, Wade E. Vannoy, J. V. Hall, J. J. Tarlton, 
J. D. Griffin, Herbert P. Miller, W. N. Reese, Zeb Baker, Homer E. Bradey. 

General Missions: Allbert S. Lamm, Chairman; J. Sam Getsinger. Clarence E. 
Greene, Harold Baker, Latt Beshears, R. V. Greer, W. N. Brookshire, E. J. Pre- 
vatte, P. E. Jones, E. B. Hicks, George E. Simmons, David Britt. 

Baptist Student Union: Eugene Deese, Chairman; Thurman B. Stone, T. L. 
Cashwell, Jr., W. A. Johnson, Mrs. Edward D. Holbert, J. H. McCrimmon, 
Warren T. Carr. 

Evangelism: Nane Starnes, Chairman; J. B. Dailey, T. E. Robinett, J. R. 
Featherstone, Jason D. Ross, Z. Miller Freeman, Frank R. Moore, J. A. Richard- 
son, Jr. 

VI. THE INSTITUTIONS OF THE CONVENTION 

BAPTIST FOUNDATION 

Authorized by Baptist State Convention, November 12, 1919 

Organized December 15, 1919 

First Meeting of Directors, November 17, 1920 

Robert D. Holleman, Chairman, Durham 

Term Expiring 1958: R. G. Deyton, Raleigh; Diffee H. Lambert, Greensboro; 

Frank Pruitt, Hamlet. 

Term Expiring 1959: James B. Allen, Troy; Ernest L. Klutts, Jr., Gastonia; 
John W. Bell, Lattimore. 

Term Expiring 1960: M. A. Spangler, Sr., Shelby; Clayton Fulcher, Atlantic; 
Robert D. Holleman, Durham. 

Term Expiring 1961: L. H. Beck, Fuquay Springs; W. E. Woodruff, Mount Airy; 

F. L. Paschal, Greensboro. 

Term Expiring 1962: Dwight Barbour, Clayton; L. O. Branch, Durham; H. G. 
Ashecraft, Charlotte. 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

Authorized by Baptist State Convention of N. C, November 17, 1920 

Chartered December 27, 1922 

Began Operation May 28, 1923 

Reid T. Holb/ies, Administrator, Winston-Salem 

Board of Trustees 

E. L. Davis, Jr., Chairman, Winston-Salem 

Term Expiring 1958: Egbert L. Davis, Jr., Winston-Salem; E. B. Denny, Ra- 
leigh; John D. Larkins, Jr., Trenton; Carter M. Presslar, Asheville; J. C. Shore, 
East Bend; J. B. Efird, Charlotte. 

Term Expiring 1959: Brantley C. Booe, Winston-Salem; Fleming Fuller, 
Kinston; V. Ward Barr, Gastonia; Carl G. McCraw, Charlotte; Rex R. Campbell, 
West Jefferson; C. Rush Hamrick, Shelby. 

Term Expiring 1960: C. E. Hamilton, Greensboro; Earle J. Rogers, Washington; 
Mrs. Howard J. Ford, Elkin; Glenn E. Swaim, Winston-Salem; Henry Stokes, 
Carrboro; S. D. Gibson, High Point. 

Term Expiring 1961: Mrs. George T. Watkins, Jr., Durham; Mack M. Goss, 
Hendersonville; D. R. Perry, Durham; J. E Rawlinson, High Point; Colin Stokes, 
Winston-Salem; J. G. Raby, Tarboro. 

BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES OF NORTH CAROLINA, INC. 

General Managership Began January 12, 1885 

W. C. Reed, General Superintendent, Thomasville 

R. E. MuTH, Treasurer, Thomasville 

MILLS HOME BRANCH 

C. A. Kearns, Superintendent, Thomasville 



10 Baptist State Convention 

KENNEDY HOME BRANCH 

Transfer of Property, April 26, 1912 

First Group Admitted, June 5, 1914 

W. A. Smith, Superintendent, Kinston 

CHARITY AND CHILDREN 

J. Marse Grant, Editor, Thomasville 

Albert E. Beck, Plant Superintendent, Thomasville 

Published Every Thursday by the Baptist Orphanage of North Carolina 

Orphanage Journal of the Baptists of North Carolina 

Founded in 1887 by John H. Mills 

Former Editors 
John H Mills July 14, 1887 to July 27, 1888; J. W. Oliver, August 3, 1888 to 
August 24 1888; John H. Mills, August 31, 1888 to August 30, 1895; vacant, 
September 6, 1895 to October 4, 1895; Archibald Johnson, October 11, 
1895 to January 10, 1935; John Arch McMillan, Associate Editor, 
October 31, 1929 to January 10, 1935; Acting Editor January 17, 
1935 to May 9, 1935; Editor May 16, 1935 to January 6, 
1949; Miss Louise Fant McMillan, Acting Editor Janu- 
ary 6, 1949 to October 24, 1949; J. Marse Grant, 

Editor, October 24, 1949 to - 

Circulation 48,000 — Price $1.00 Per Year 

Board of Trustees 
Ike G. Greer, Chairman, Chapel Hill 
Term Expiring 1958: Jack M. Euliss, Burlington; H. A. Helms, Raleigh; 
G. Maurice Hill, Morganton; Charles C. Powell, Wilson. 

Term Expiring 1959: Edrington S. Perm, Reidsville; H. Cloyd Philpott, Lex- 
ington; J. E. Broyhill, Lenoir; Horace L. Smith, Canton; A. G. Glenn, Smithfield. 
Term Expiring 1960: Guy Berry, Greensboro; John T. Wayland, Wake Forest; 
Jesse A. Jones, Kinston; Mrs. George McNeil, Morehead City. 

Term Expiring 1961: J. A. Burris, Lincolnton; C. B. Hasbrouck, Bladenboro; 
D. E. Ward, Jr., Lumberton; A. T. Green, Jr., Wilmington; H. L. Ferguson, 
Charlotte. 

BIBLICAL RECORDER • 

L. L. Carpenter, Editor, Raleigh 

Published every Saturday in Raleigh, as the Journal of the Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina 
Founded in 1833 by Thomas Meredith in Edenton. Moved to New Bern in 1835, 
then to Raleigh in 1838. Publication suspended in 1841, but resumed in 
1843. Originally incorporated 1901 and owned by the Biblical Recorder 
Publishing Company until purchased by the Baptist State Con- 
vention of North Carolina in 1938. 
On January 4, 1939, the first issue was published by the Convention 

Former Editors 

Thomas Meredith, 1833-51; T. W. Tobey, 1851-53; J. J. James, 1854-61; J. D. 

Hufham, 1861-67; J. H. Mills, 1867-73; A. F. Redd and J. D. Hufham, 1873-74; 

C. T. Bailey, 1875-95; Josiah W. Bailey, 1895-1907; C. W. Blanchard, 

1907; Hight C Moore, 1907-17; Livingston Johnson, 1917-31; J. S. 

Farmer, 1931-38; George W. Paschal, Contributing Editor, 1938- 

39, and Acting Editor, 1939; John Calvin Slemp, 1939-41; 

Eugene I. Olive, Acting Editor, 1941-42; L. L. Carpenter, 

1942 — Circulation 61,484 — Price $2.50 Per Year 

Board of Directors 

John W. Kincheloe, Jr., Chairman, Raleigh 

Term Expiring 1958: W. W. Hamilton, Jr., Havelock; W. L. Lynch, Mars Hill; 
T. Lacy Williams, Raleigh; J. P. Strother, Kinston. 

Term Expiring 1959: Aubrey S. Tomlinson, Louisburg; G. Carl Lewis, Rock- 
ingham; H. M. Hocutt, Spencer; J. Boyce Brooks, Albemarle. 

Term Expiring 1960: C. E. Baucom, Wilson; H. B. Anderson, Durham; John W. 
Kincheloe, Jr., Raleigh; Talcott W. Brewer, Raleigh. 

Term Expiring 1961: L. D. Holt, Raleigh; Mrs. Dwight Cook, Drexel; Aubrey M 
Quakenbush, Kings Mountain; James H. Blackmore, Spring Hope. 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOMES, INC. 

Authorized by the Convention November 14, 1950 

First Superintendent Elected January 9, 1951 

First Group Admitted as Operations Began March 16, 1951 

Incorporated as North Carolina Baptist Homes, Inc., May 30 1951 

James M. Hayes. Superintendent, Winston-Salem 



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Board of Trustees 

Walter M. Matthews, Chairman, Pilot Mountain 

Term Expiring 1958: Mrs. Elma F. Davis, Yadkinville; William I. Herring, 
Kinston; Coite H. Jones, Raleigh; Jack M. Taylor, Aberdeen; Frank C. Williams, 
Roanoke Rapids. 

Term Expiring 1959: W. B. Carlton, Winston-Salem; Mrs. Finley G. Bissette, 
Spring Hope; Don G. Matthews, Hamilton; J. Lester Lane, Asheville; Edward 
Lovell, Charlotte. 

Term Expiring 1960: R. Otis Hedrick, Greensboro; L. T. Hamrick, Shelby; 
Archie Gray Allen, Winston-Salem; Walter M. Matthews, Pilot Mountain; 
Charles P. Burchette, Jr., Kemersville. 

Term Expiring 1961: Carrol Weaver, Greensboro; Robert Philpott. Lexington; 
J. H. Boyd, Jr., Greenville; Mrs. Fred Waddell, Bina. 

VII. TRUSTEES OF COLLEGES 

CAMPBELL COLLEGE 

Opened as Buie's Creek Academy, January 5, 1887 

Became Buie's Creek Junior College, August 31, 1926 

Authorized by Baptist State Convention to become Campbell College 

December 17, 1926 

New Charter Campbell's College Adopted by Trustees April 7, 1927 

Leslie H. Campbell, President, Buie's Creek 

Board of Trustees 
R. A. Hedgepeth, Chairman, Lumberton 

Term Expiring 1958: Ben C. Fisher, Wake Forest; M. S. Hayworth, Rocky 
Mount; R. A. Hedgpeth, Lumberton; Mrs. W. K. Rand, Durham; Charles W. 
McEnally, New Bern; W. Carroll Bryan, Jacksonville. 

Term Expiring 1959: Roscoe Griffin, Rocky Mount; Earl McD. Westbrook, 
Dunn; F. Carter Williams. Raleigh; Ernest P. Russell, Dunn; Willis E. Kivett, 
Southern Pines; Blanton A. Hartness, Henderson. 

Term Expiring 1960: Howard G. Dawkins, Kinston; W. M. Womble, Sanford; 
I. B. Julian, Fayetteville; Charles V. Norwood, Goldsboro; Charles R. Tucker, 
Parkton; R. D. Buie, Fayetteville. 

Term Expiring 1961: Herbert M. Baucom, Jr., Oxford; John C. Fletcher, Char- 
lotte; Dennis W. Hockaday, Durham; Roy M. Purser, Raleigh; Mrs. J. H. Strick- 
land, Four Oaks; J. Roy Clifford, Lexington. 

CHOWAN COLLEGE 

Founded and opened for students as Chowan Female Institute, October 11, 1848 

First called Chowan Female College Institute in 1851 

First called Chowan Baptist Female Institute in 1868 

Became Chowan College, May 17, 1910 

Changed to a Junior College, September 1937 

Bruce E. Whitaker, President, Murfreesboro 

Board of Trustees 

W. Raleigh Parker, Chairman, Woodland 

Term Expiring 1958: Wait Brewer, Wake Forest; F. H. Roundtree, ; 

A. L. Brandon, Rocky Mount; W. A. Thomas, Cofield; Mrs. W. S. Penny, Ra- 
leigh; H. D. White, Rocky Mount. 

Term Expiring 1959: Roy Symons, Elizabeth City; J. Craig Revelle, Murfrees- 
boro; J. D. Aman,* Greenville; W. Raleigh Parker, Woodland; Colon Jack- 
son, Middlesex; Charlie Boykins, Halifax. 

Term Expiring 1960: Charles Revelle, Sr.,* Murfreesboro; Frank Shields, Scot- 
land Neck; Louis Daniel, New Bern; B. Marshall White-Hurst, Roanoke Rapids; 
J. Henry Jones, Red Oak; J. E. Ferebee, Camden; Mrs. J. C. Cherry. Ahoskie. 

Term Expiring 1961: McDaniel Lewis, Greensboro; Felix Arnold, Enfield; 
Irby B. Jackson, Greenville; W. D. Morris, Wilmington; E. R. Evans, Ahoskie; 
George Gibbs, Murfreesboro. 

GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE 

Chartered first as Boiling Springs High School, Incorporated, December 2, 1905 

Opened as Boiling Springs Junior College, September 3, 1928 

The name was changed and a new charter granted to Gardner-Webb 

Junior College, Incorporated, June 1942 

Charter amended in conformity to the Constitution of the North Carolina 

Baptist State Convention, November 1946 



* Names approved and added by General Board January 13, 14, 1958, to 
succeed Ray Stephenson (1959 Term) and A. C. Johnson (1960 Term). 



12 Baptist State Convention 

Admitted to the North Carolina Baptist State Convention at the Convention 

held in Asheville, November 21, 1946 

Phil L. Elliott, President, Boiling Springs 

Board of Trustees 
M. O. OwTENS, Jr., President, Lenoir 

Term Expiring 1958: Mrs. O. Max Gardner, Shelby; John B. Moore, Asheville; 
Hubert S. Plaster, Shelby; D. W. Royster, Shelby; Mrs. L. L. Shelf, Cherryville; 
J. L. Suttle. Jr., Shelby; Harold White, Spindale. 

Term Expiring 1959: John E. Lawrence, Shelby: W. Wyan Washburn, Boiling 
Springs; Tom S. Lawrence, Cliffside; Ollie Harris. Kings Mountain; G. B. Harrill, 
Forest City; David L. Allen, Hickory; James F. Cornwell, Lattimore. 

Term Expiring 1960: S. A. Wilson, Lincolnton; Woodrow W. Jones, Rutherford- 
ton; W. T. Hendrix, Gastonia; Joe T. Moore, Belmont; Arnold W. Kincaid, 
Bessemer City; Clifford E. Hamrick, Boiling Springs; John Z. McBrayer, 
Mooresboro. 

Term Expiring 1961: Mrs. E. G. Shore, Winston-Salem; Keener Pharr. Char- 
lotte; R. E. Price. Rutherford; Clarence E. Beach, Lenoir; Claude Hinson,* 
Belmont; Willard Weeks, Ridgecrest; Donald Moore, Coats. 

MARS HILL COLLEGE 

First Commencement or Exhibition as French Broad Baptist Institute 

July 4, 1857 

Chartered Mars Hill College. February 16, 1859 

Opened as Mars Hill Junior College, August 14, 1922 

HoYT Blackwell, President, Mars Hill 

Board of Trustees 
Carl Meares, President, Fair Bluff 

Term Expiring 1958: Mrs. T. H. Broyhill, Lenoir; W. R. Chambers, Marion; 
W. T. Duckworth, Jr., Asheville; C. G. Fox, Hickory; C. C. Wall, Lexington; W. F. 
Woodall. Spindale. 

Term Expiring 1959: W. N. Long, Belmont: Mrs. Burette Myers, Statesville; 
Robert H. Owen, Canton; Ula Stroupe, Mt. Holly; R. B. Culler, High Point; 
Rush S. Dickson, Charlotte. 

Term Expiring 1960: Carl Meares. Fair Bluff: Don C. Young. Asheville; C. C. 
Harrell, Morganton; Mrs. G. T. Mitchell, Wilkesboro; Tom M. Freeman, Burling- 
ton; J. Clyde Yates, Charlotte. 

Term Expiring 1961: R. O. Huffman, Morganton; Otis Broyhill, Marion; W. M. 
Brooks, Charlotte; Mrs. George Pennell, Asheville; John H. Knight, Concord; 
Mrs. C. M. Palmer, Albemarle; J. E. Gibson, Sr., High Point. 

MEREDITH COLLEGE 

Incorporated as Baptist Female University of North Carolina, February 27, 1891 

Opened for Students, September 27, 1899 

By legislative enactment became Baptist University for Women January 20, 1905 

Became Meredith College by legislative enactment, January 24, 1911 

Carlyle Campbell, President, Raleigh 

Board of Trustees 
Charles B. Deane, President, Rockingham 

Term Expiring 1958: C. M. Abernethy, Lenoir; Raymond A. Bryan, Goldsboro; 
Mrs. Walter E. Clark, Asheville; Mrs. Foy J. Farmer, Raleigh; L. M. Massey, 
Zebulon; W. W. Finlator, Raleigh; Olin T. Binkley, Wake Forest. 

Term Expiring 1959: C. Parker Poole, Fayetteville; E. C. Holmes, Farmville; 
Mrs. Elizabeth James Dotterer, Sanford; Mrs. Lydia J. Kitchin, Scotland Neck; 
C. Gordon Maddrey, Ahoskie; E. Elmore Earp, Selma; Holt Evans, Enfield. 

Term Expiring 1960: Wm. T. Joyner, Raleigh: Carlton S. Prickett, Burlington; 
L. N. Bagnal. Winston-Salem; Mrs. E. N. Gardner, Laurinburg; Charles B. 
Deane, Rockingham; Mrs. T. B. Knight, Madison; W. W. Leathers, Henderson. 

Term Expiring 1961: D. J. Thurston, Jr., Wilson; Mrs. Tom Lawrence, Cliffside; 
Charles E. Parker, New Bern; Jack B. Wilder, Durham; Mrs. W. R. Wagoner, 
North Wilkesboro; Robert A. Gilbert, Kinston; John M. Simms, Raleigh. 

WAKE FOREST COLLEGE 

Opened as Wake Forest Institute, February 3, 1834 
Chartered as Wake Forest College, December 28, 1838 



* Name approved and added by General Board, Jan. 13, 14, 1958, to succeed 
Walter E. Crissman, unable to serve (1961 Term). 



OF North Carolina 13 

Bowman Gray Medical School of Wake Forest College 

Officially opened July 1, 1941 

The first class of students began work September 10, 1941 

Harold W. Tribble, President, Wake Forest 

Board of Trustees 
Hubert E. Olive, President, Lexington 

Term Expiring 1958: J. B. Willis, Hamlet; William J. Conrad, Winston-Salem; 
Johnson J. Hayes, Wilkesboro; Henry L. Bridges, Raleigh; Donald G. Myers, 
Reidsville; William L. Wyatt, Raleigh; Walter M. Williams, Swepsonville; W. W. 
Staton, Sanford; W. Boyd Owen, Waynesville. 

Term Expiring 1959: Irving E. Carlyle, Winston-Salem: Douglas M. Branch, 
Rocky Mount; Shearon Harris, Raleigh; Hubert E. Olive, Lexington; Emory C. 
McCall, Lenoir; Charles A. Maddry, Durham; John H. Vernon, Burlington; 
Broadus E. Jones, Raleigh; J. Bivens Helms, Morganton. 

Term Expiring 1960: George W. Paschal, Jr., Raleigh; C. C. Warren, Charlotte; 
Guy T. Carswell, Charlotte; Wade E. Brown, Boone; W. P. Milne, Ahoskie; 
A. Douglas Aldrich, Raleigh; Mrs. G. Carl Lewis, Rockingham; Mrs. William M. 
Upchurch, Jr., Durham; Ingram Hedgpeth, Lumberton. 

Term Expiring 1961: James S. Potter, Raleigh; Mrs. Earl C. James, Elkin; 
Gilmer H. Cross, Goldsboro; Charles H. Larkins, Sr., Kinston; D. Swan Haworth, 
Lumberton; O. M. Mull, Shelby; J. C. Cammack, Jr., Fayetteville; Charles B. 
Summey, Knightdale; Charles H. Jenkins, Aulander. 

WINGATE COLLEGE 

Authorized Union Baptist Association 1895 

Opened 1896 — Chartered 1897 

From its Founding until 1923, Operated and Controlled by Trustees from the 

Union and Surrounding Baptist Associations 

Since 1923 Owned by Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 

In 1949 the Trustees were First Appointed by the Baptist State Convention of 

North Carolina 
BuDD E. Smith, President, Wingate 

Board of Trustees 
Roy L. Holbrook, President, Albemarle 

Term Expiring 1958: V. J. Griffin, Fairmont; Ed Holbert, Albemarle; Bryce 
Parker, Winston-Salem; William Harrison Williams, Charlotte; E. D. Gaskins, 
Monroe; Robert Crutchfield, Kannapolis. 

Term Expiring 1959: J. P. Hackney, Jr., Charlotte; W. L. Bennett, Wadesboro; 
Fred Helms, Charlotte; C. Arthur Francis, Monroe; Dallas M. Buchanan, Rock- 
ingham; Robert O. Helms, Monroe. 

Term Expiring 1960: Roy L. Holbrook, Albemarle, E. W. Price, Jr., High Point; 
T. B. Rushing, Marshville; Edwin Lowery, Wingate; Mrs. D. A. Rawley, High 
Point; William T. Harris, Charlotte. 

Term Expiring 1961: Grady Faulk, Monroe; W. J. Smith, Jr., Charlotte; 
John M. Sykes, Statesville, Mrs. W. M. Perry, Wingate; Russell E. Tucker, Char- 
lotte; John L. Stickley, Charlotte. 

VIII. COUNCIL ON CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

Authorized by Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, 1944 

Claude F. Gaddy, Executive Secretary, Raleigh 

James W. Mason, Chairman, Laurinburg 

IX. FRUITLAND BAPTIST BIBLE INSTITUTE 

Property acquired from the Home Mission Board and the Carolina Baptist 

Association in 1946 

J. C. Canipe, Director, Hendersonville 

Fred J. Smith, Manager and Director Summer Camps, Raleigh 

Fruitland Advisory Committee 

Albert S. Lamm, Oxford David M. Britt, Fairmont 

E. B. Hicks, Shelby E. J. Prevatte, Southport 

P. E. Jones, Sims W. A. Huneycutt, Black Mountain 

R. V. Greer, Marshville W. Isaac Terrell, Winston-Salem 

X. NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST ASSEMBLY 

Acquired by purchase from the Federal Government in 1949 
Fred J. Siviith, Director, Southport 



14 Baptist State Convention 

XL OFFICERS BAPTIST PASTORS' CONFERENCE 

Officers for 1958 

Roy Beals, President, Goldsboro 

J. D. Williams, Vice-President, Mt. Holly 

Millard Johnson, Secretary, Clinton 

J. H. Waugh, Jr., Pianist, Burlington 

XII. NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST BROTHERHOOD 

Officers for 1958 
Donald Adcox, President, Hendersonville 
F. O. Champion, Vice-President (Promotion), Shelby 
Tom Rushing, Vice-President (Program), Marsh ville 
Gary Harthcock, Vice-President (Membership), Hendersonville 
R. E. Price, Vice-President (Publicity), Rutherfordton 
Millard H. Cheek, Recording Secretary, Kannapolis 

XIII. ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONARIES 

Officers for 1958 

Henry W. Stough, President, Aulander 

J. H. Mauney, Vice-President, Burgaw 

Arch Cree, Vice-President, Albemarle 

Mrs. Winfrey Luffman, Secretary, State Road 

V. E. Duncan, Song Leader, Louisburg 

XIV. EDUCATIONAL WORKERS 

Officers for 1958 

Verl Capps, President, Charlotte 

Edward Kissiah, Vice-President, High Point 

Mrs. Powell Hayes, Secretary, Asheville 

Roland Leath, Vice-President, Educational Workers, Shelby 

Mrs. Tom Scoggins, Vice-President, Music Directors, Oxford 

Miss Barbara Herrin, Vice-President Secretaries, Raleigh 

XV. NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST CHAPLAIN ASSOCIATION 

Officers for 1958 

Clarence Nida, President, Greensboro 

Wiley Jarrell, Vice-President, Mount Gilead 

V. Ivan Hart, Secretary, Kannapolis 

XVI. OFFICERS MINISTERS' WIVES CONFERENCE 

Mrs. G. Carl Lewis, President, Rockingham 

Mrs. a. D. Frazier, Program Vice-President, Lumberton 

Mrs. Dennis Hockaday, Social Vice-President, Durham 

Mrs. Roy Beals, Secretary, Goldsboro 

Mrs. Guy S. Cain, Western Representative, Boone 

Mrs. Jack Bagwell, Central Representative, Raleigh 

Mrs. Charles D. Sinclair, Eastern Representative, Aulander 

XVII. DIRECTORY OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION 

The Convention was organized May 8, 1845, and held its first meeting in 
Augusta, Ga. 

The 1943 and 1945 Conventions were deferred by the Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion Executive Committee in view of war restrictions on travel. 

The Convention was held in Chicago, Illinois, May 28-31, 1957 

Future Sessions to be held in Houston, Texas, May 20-23, 1958; Louisville, Ky., 
May 20-23, 1959; Miami Beach, Florida, May 17-20, 1960. 

Officers of the Convention: 

President: Brooks Hays, 249 House Office Building, Washington, D. C. 

First Vice-President, William Douglas Hudgins, First Baptist Church, Jack- 
son, Mississippi. 

Second Vice-President: Noel Myron Taylor, Box 736, Carbondale, Illinois. 

Secretaries: James White Merritt, 447 Boulevard, Gaines, Georgia, and 
Joe Wright Burton, 127 Ninth Avenue North, Nashville 3, Tennessee. 

Treasurer: Porter Wroe Routh, 127 Ninth Avenue North, Nashville 3, Tenn. 



OF North Carolina 15 

Executive Committee: 

Porter Routh, Executive Secretary, Nashville, Tenn. North Carolina Mem- 
bers: Douglas M. Branch, Rocky Mount; Mrs. Gordon Maddrey, Ahoskie; 
Thomas P. Pruitt, Hickory; Carl G. McCraw, Charlotte. 

Boards of the Convention: 

Foreign Mission Board, Richmond, Va., Baker J. Cauthen, Executive Sec- 
retary. North Carolina Members: E. Norfleet Gardner, Laurinburg; 
Mrs. Foy J. Farmer, Raleigh; V. Ward Barr, Gastonia. 

Home Mission Board, Atlanta, Ga., Courts Redford, Executive Secretary. 
North Carolina Members: Boyce Brooks, Greensboro; Carlton S, 
Prickett, Burlington; Louis S. Gaines, Fayetteville. 

Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn., James L. Sullivan, Executive Secre- 
tary. North Carolina Members: M. O. Owens, Jr., Lenoir; James S. 
Potter, Raleigh; Hovirard J. Ford, Elkin. 

Relief and Annuity Board, Dallas, Texas, R. Alton Reed, Executive Secre- 
tary. North Carolina Members: Mack M. Goss, Hendersonville; Ronald E. 
Wall, Winston-Salem; J. Larry Mayo, Smithfield. 

Institutions of the Convention: 

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Duke K. McCall, President, Louis- 
ville, Ky. North Carolina Members of Board of Trustees : L. L. Carpen- 
ter, Raleigh; W. W. Finlator, Raleigh. 

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, J. Howard Williams, President, 
Fort Worth, Texas. North Carolina Member of Board of Trustees: S. C. 
Roy, Greensboro. 

New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, Roland Q. Leavell, President, 
New Orleans, La. North Carolina Member of Board of Trustees : 
Claude U. Broach, Charlotte. 

Goldern Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, Berkeley, Calif., Harold K. 
Graves, President. North Carolina Member: Clyde E. Baucom, Wilson. 

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, Sydnor L. Stealey, 
President, Wake Forest. North Carolina local members : 

Term Expiring 1958: Emery B. Denny, Raleigh; Wm. L. Wyatt, Raleigh 

Term Expiring 1959: J. Glenn Blackburn, Winston-Salem; John W. Kinche- 
loe, Jr., Raleigh. 

Term Expiring 1960: W. Perry Crouch, Asheville; Broadus E. Jones, Raleigh. 

Term Expiring 1961: Philip L. Elliott, Boiling Springs; Ralph A. Herring, 
Winston-Salem. 

Term Expiring 1962: Claud B. Bowen, Greensboro; Walter M. Williams, 
Burlington. 

Carver School of Missions and Social Work, Emily K. Landsdell, President, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Missouri, H. I. 

Hester, Liberty, Mo., Chairman. North Carolina Member: Leroy Parker, 

Greensboro. 
Southern Baptist Hospital, Frank Tripp, Superintendent, New Orleans, La. 

North Carolina Director: C. W. Duling, Windsor. 
Southern Baptist Foundation, Representation composed of members at large 

and leaders from various SBC Boards, Commissions, Institutions and the 

Convention. 

Commissions of the Convention: 

Education Commission, R. Orin Cornett, Executive Secretary, Nashville 
Tenn. North Carolina Member: C. Sylvester Green, Winston-Salem. 

Christian Life Commission, A. C. Miller, Executvie Secretary, Nashville 
Tenn. North Carolina Member; Olin T. Binkley, Wake Forest. 

Radio and Television Commission, Paul M. Stevens, Director, Fort Worth 
Texas. North Carolina Member: E. W. Price, Asheboro. 

Historical Commission, Norman W. Cox, Executive Secretary, Nashville, 
Tenn. ISiorth Carolina Member: J. Alton Morris, Murphy. 

Commission on American Baptist Theological Seminary, Nashville, Tenn 
L. S. Sedberry, General Secretary and Treasurer. North Carolina Mem- 
bers: J. B. Hipps, Wake Forest; W. R. Grigg, Raleigh. 

Baptist Brotherhood Commission, George W. Schroeder, Executive Secre- 
tary, 1548 Poplar Ave., Memphis, Tenn. North Carolina Member: F. O. 
Champion, Shelby. 

Members from North Carolina on Standing S. B. C. Committees 

Public Affairs, C. Emmanuel Carlson, Executive Secretary, Washington, 

Order of Business, Walter Moore, Chairman, Meridian, Miss. North Caro- 
lina member: Keener Pharr, Charlotte. 

North Carolina Members of Special Committees of the Convention to Report 
in 1958 on: 

Baptist Jubilee Advance: C. C. Warren, Charlotte. 
Baptist State Papers: L. L. Carpenter, Raleigh. 



16 Baptist State Convention 

Church Related Vocations: Herbert W. Baucom, Jr., Oxford. 

Denominational Calendar: C. C. Warren, Charlotte. 

Theological, Religious and Missionary Education: Garland A. Hendricks, 

Wake Forest. 
Total Southern Baptist Program: Douglas M. Branch, Rocky Mount. 
Committee on Boards: J. Roy Clifford, Lexington. 

Officers of the Woman's Missionary Union: 

Organized May 14, 1888, an auxiliary to the Southern Baptist Convention. 
Headquarters, Birmingham, Ala., Miss Alma Hunt, Executive Secretary. 
North Carolina President, Mrs. W. K. McGee, Winston-Salem. 

RIDGECREST 

Chartered March 1907 

Southern Baptist Convention Summer Assembly Grounds 

Ridgecrest, North Carolina 

Owned and Operated by 

The Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention 

James L. Sullivan, Executive Secretary, Nashville, Tennessee 

WiLLiARD W. Weeks, Manager, Ridgecrest 

BAPTIST WORLD ALLIANCE 

Theodore F. Adams, President, Richmond, Va. 
Headquarters: Washington, D. C. Organized in London, England, July 11-19, 

1905, when first meeting was held. 
Last Session, Ninth, held in London, England, in 1955. 



OF North Carolina 17 

CONSTITUTION 

PREAMBLE 

For the declaration of its fundamental purposes and the perma- 
nent guidance and control of its activities, the body does adopt the 
following as its Constitution, to wit: 

ARTICLE I. Name 

The name of this body is the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina. 

ARTICLE II. Purposes 

The object of this Convention shall be to promote missions, educa- 
tion, social service, the distribution of the Bible and sound religious 
literature, and to co-operate with the work of the Southern Baptist 
Convention. 

ARTICLE III. Authority 

While independent and sovereign in its own sphere, the Con- 
vention does not claim and will never attempt to exercise any 
authority over any other Baptist body, whether church, auxiliary 
organization, association, or Convention. 

ARTICLE IV. Composition 

The Convention shall be composed of ( 1 ) two messengers from 
each co-operating church, and one additional messenger from each 
church for every hundred members or major fraction thereof, be- 
yond the first one hundred members; provided, that no church shall 
be entitled to more than ten messengers. No one shall be a mes- 
senger who is not a member of a church co-operating with the Con- 
vention, and messengers must be duly elected by their churches, 
a co-operating church shall be one that supports any object of the 
Convention; and (2) the officers of the Convention, the members 
of the General Board, the editor of the Biblical Recorder, and the 
President of the Woman's Missionary Union. 

ARTICLE V. Meetings 

The Convention shall convene annually on Tuesday after the sec- 
ond Sunday in November. In case of emergency the General Board 
is empowered to change the time or place of meeting, cancel the 
sessions of the Convention, or call a special meeting by a vote 
of two-thirds of the members present when the vote is taken. 

ARTICLE VI. Officers 

The officers of the Convention shall be a President, a First Vice- 
President, a Second Vice-President, a Third Vice-President, a Re- 
cording Secretary, a Statistical Secretary, a General Secretary, a 
Treasurer who at the discretion of the Convention may be the Gen- 
eral Secretary and three Trustees, and a Parliamentarian.* The 



Constitution amended. See Section 76, page 69. 



18 Baptist State Convention 

terms of the President and Vice-Presidents shall commence at the 
conclusion of the annual session at which they are elected and con- 
tinue until the close of the next annual session of the Convention. 
The term of all other officers shall begin on January 1, following 
their election, and shall end December 31, following the election of 
their successors, unless sooner terminated. The President or Vice- 
Presidents may not be elected for more than two consecutive terms. 
All officers shall be elected on the second day of the annual Con- 
vention. A vacancy in any of the above mentioned offices, except 
that of President, occurring between sessions of the Convention 
may be filled by the General Board; such vacancies in the presidency 
shall be filled by the Vice-Presidents succeeding to the office in 
order of their rank. 

ARTICLE VII. Trustees of the Convention 

The Convention shall have three trustees who shall serve for one 
year and shall hold title to the property of the Convention and con- 
vey and use the same as directed by the Convention or its General 
Board. They shall execute obligations only in behalf of and as or- 
dered by the Convention. They shall have the powers granted to 
trustees of religious societies by the laws of the State of North 
Carolina, but subject always to the limitations imposed by this Con- 
stitution and by action of the Convention or its General Board. 
They shall require the Treasurer of the Convention to give suitable 
bond, with corporate security and in adequate amount as determined 
by the General Board, and they shall cause such bonds to be 
safely kept. Failure on the part of the Treasurer to maintain such a 
bond in force for as long a period as ten days shall authorize the 
Trustees to remove him from office. The Trustees shall make full, 
detailed reports to the annual sessions of the Convention and at 
other times if requested by the General Board. They shall safely 
keep the seal of the Convention and affix it only as authorized by 
the Convention or its General Board. The seal shall be circular in 
form and shall bear the words: 

"Trustees of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, In- 
corporated 1893. 

SEAL." 

The Trustees shall keep full minutes of all their meetings and 
preserve the same in permanent forms. They shall elect their own 
Chairman and Secretary. Any vacancy occurring in their member- 
ship between sessions of the Convention shall be filled by the 
General Board. 

ARTICLE VIII. The General Board of the Convention 

1. The General Board of the Convention shall consist of the Presi- 
dent and the Recording Secretary of the Convention ex officio, 
and one member from each Co-operating Baptist Association, and 
one additional member from each association for every twenty 
thousand members or fraction thereof beyond the first twenty thou- 



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sand members; provided, that no association shall be entitled to 
more than three members, and that no church shall have more 
than one member serving on the Board. 

2. The members of the General Board shall be elected by the 
Convention after receiving nominations from the committee selected 
by the Convention for this purpose, and after giving opportunity 
for nominations from the floor of the Convention. No one who is 
in the employment for pay of any institution of the Convention 
shall be eligible for membership on the Board except as ex officio 
member. 

3. The Term of their service shall be four years. As nearly as 
possible, one-fourth of the total membership shall be elected at 
each annual session of the Convention. 

4. The terms of office of members of the General Board, Trustees 
and directors of the institution and agencies of the Convention 
shall begin on January 1, following their election, and shall end 
December 31, following the election of their successors, unless 
sooner terminated. 

5. Removal of a member from his Association to any other as- 
sociation in North Carolina shall terminate his membership on De- 
cember 31 following his removal. All vacancies occurring shall be 
filled at the next session of the Convention. 

6. The General Board shall have the power to act for the Con- 
vention in the interim between sessions, except as specifically 
limited by the constitution, and it shall have general supervision of 
all agencies and institutions fostered and supported by the Con- 
vention. 

ARTICLE IX. Agencies of the Convention 

Section A. Trustess of the Convention's Institutions. 
The charter of every institution owned or supported in whole 
or in part by the Convention shall contain the following provisions : 

Subsection 1. The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 
shall elect the trustees and directors of said corporation for terms 
of four years except that the Directors of the Baptist Foundation 
shall be elected for terms of five years. At the first election by 
the Convention one-fourth of the board of trustees shall be elected 
to serve for one year, one-fourth for two years, one-fourth for three 
years, and the remaining one-fourth for four years. At each sub- 
sequent regular annual session of the Convention one-fourth of the 
Board of Trustees of said corporation shall be elected by the Con- 
vention to succeed the members of said Board retiring. 

SuBSEc. 2. The trustees shall be responsible to the Convention 
for the operation of its institutions in accordance with Baptist prin- 
ciples; full report of all work done and undertaken shall be reported 
to the Convention; no change of policy shall be made without se- 
curing the prior approval of the Convention or its General Board; 
no program shall be inaugurated which might involve the Conven- 



20 Baptist State Convention 

tion directly or indirectly in a debt, without securing the prior ap- 
proval of the Convention. 

SuBSEC, 3. The members of the Board of Trustees of said corpora- 
tion shall be residents of the State of North Carolina and members 
of churches co-operating with the Convention. 

SuBSEC. 4. Removal of a member of a Board of Trustees. If for 
any reason a member of a Board shall cease to be a member of a 
church co-operating with the Convention or shall remove his resi- 
dence from the State, his membership on any Board shall be thereby 
terminated. Any vacancy on the Board shall be filled by the re- 
maining members until the next regular annual session of the Con- 
vention, and the Convention shall at its next regular annual session 
fill the vacancy for the unexpired term. The Board of Trustees 
of said corporation by affirmative vote of three-fourths of the en- 
tire membership given in regular annual meeting or in a special 
meeting called for the purpose, shall have the power to remove 
from office any trustee of such corporation for cause considered 
sufficient by such Board, but only after reasonable notice to such 
trustee and opportunity to be heard by the Board. The Convention 
shall have the right to remove any trustee for cause considered 
sufficient by the Convention, but only after reasonable notice to 
such trustee and opportunity for him to be heard by the Convention. 
Notice of such contemplated action and hearing by the Convention 
may be given by the Executive Committee of the General Board of 
the Convention. 

SuBSEC. 5. The trustees of the institutions and agencies of the 
Convention shall be elected by the Convention after receiving 
nominations from the Committee to Nominate Members of the 
General Board, Trustees and Directors of the Institutions and Agen- 
cies of the Convention. The trustees of all institutions owned and 
supported by the Convention shall make an annual report to the 
above committee of all vacancies to be filled. 

Sec. B. Council on Christian Education. 

The Council shall be composed of the members of the General 
Board comprising the Christian Education Committee. This Com- 
mittee, together with the President, Dean, and Chairman of the 
Trustees of each of the colleges receiving funds from the Conven- 
tion, the President of the Baptist State Convention, the President 
of the General Board and the President of the W.M.U. as ex officio 
members, shall be known as the Council on Christian Education. 
Representatives on the Council from the colleges will not have 
voting power in the allocation of funds. 

No member of the Council who occupies a salaried position with 
the Convention or its institutions or its auxiliary shall have a vote 
on appropriations that may be made to the institutions; and all 
appropriations agreed upon shall be subject to the approval of the 



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General Board. The duties and powers of the Council shall be fixed 
by the By-Laws of the Convention. 

Sec. C. Baptist Foundation 

This agency of the Convention was authorized and organized in 
1919, and is incorporated under the Laws of the State of North 
Carolina. Its directors are elected for five-year terms, one-fifth of 
the number annually by the Convention. It was organized and is 
maintained for the purpose of receiving and holding and administer- 
ing donations of money and property which charitable-minded per- 
sons may desire to leave to it from time to time. 

ARTICLE X. Concerning Debts 

Section A. The General Board shall have authority to borrow 
money in anticipation of current revenue, provided that any unpaid 
balance of such borrowing at the end of the current fiscal year shall 
be provided for in and made a part of the budget for the subsequent 
fiscal year. 

Sec. B. No institution or agency of the Convention shall encum- 
ber its property or change its status with respect to the Convention 
without authority from the Convention. Institutions and agencies 
of the Convention, subject to the approval of the General Board, 
shall have authority to borrow money in anticipation of current 
revenue, provided that any unpaid balance of such borrowing at 
the end of the current fiscal year shall be provided for in and made 
a part of the budget for the subsequent current year. 

Sec. C. All borrowing by the Convention for its own use, or for 
its institutions or agencies, or borrowings by any institution or 
agency of the Convention, the payment of which would require an 
extension of time beyond the close of the subsequent fiscal year, 
shall be authorized only on the following terms and conditions: 

(1) Notice of any and all contemplated borrowings shall appear 
in the Biblical Recorder in three separate issues in advance of the 
meeting of the Convention during which it is proposed that action 
be taken. 

(2) Any and all resolutions which propose the borrowing of 
money shall set forth all pertinent facts and a definite schedule for 
repayment. They shall be considered by the Committee on Resolu- 
tions, or by a special committee, and shall be voted on by the Con- 
vention on two separate days while the Convention is in session; 
and on each day they must receive the votes of at least three-fifths 
of the messengers present when the vote is taken, and such vote 
shall be recorded in the minutes of the Convention. 

ARTICLE XL Miscellaneous 

Section A. The Convention's fiscal year shall close on Decem- 
ber 31. 

Sec. B. The members of the Boards of trustees and directors of 



22 Baptist State Convention 

the institutions and agencies of the convention shall be distributed 
as widely as practicable. The term of office of a trustee who has 
not resigned, died, become disqualified, or been removed shall not 
expire until his successor shall have been duly elected and qualified. 
No individual shall serve on any board, institution, or agency, 
who is at the same time holding membership on any other board, in- 
stitution, or agency. Not more than three members of any Board of 
any institution or agency supported wholly or in part by the 
Convention shall be members of the same church. 

Sec. C. Individuals, churches and associations, or others desiring 
the assistance and co-operation of the Baptists of the Convention 
in any work not already fostered by the Convention shall present 
such project to the agency under which it should be properly placed. 
If the agency fails or refuses to approve it, it may be presented to 
the Convention under miscellaneous business or as a special order. 

Sec. D. Neither the Convention, nor any institution or agency, 
owned or supported in whole or in part by the Convention, shall 
accept or receive, directly or indirectly, any gift, grant, or aid from 
the Federal or State governments or any governmental agency, 
except for definite and full services rendered by the institution or 
agency and by and with the approval of the Convention or its 
General Board. 

ARTICLE XII. Woman's Missionary Union 

The Woman's Missionary Union of North Carolina is recognized 
as an auxiliary of this Convention whose accomplishments and po- 
tentialities in good works are appreciated as being of immeasurable 
power to our Christian cause. 

ARTICLE XIII. Amendments 

This Constitution may be changed or amended on the second day 
of any annual session of the Convention by a two-thirds vote of the 
registered messengers present when the vote is taken, provided, that 
notice of the contemplated change shall have been announced on 
or before the first day of the Convention. 

ARTICLE XIV. Validate 

The adoption of this new Constitution shall not invalidate any 
action validly taken by or in behalf of the Convention or any of its 
institutions or agencies prior to the date this new Constitution be- 
comes effective. 

BY-LAWS 

The work of the Convention shall be governed by the following 
by-laws : 

ARTICLE I. Duties of Officers of the Convention 

Section A. The President shall preside over the deliberations of 
the Convention and discharge such other duties as are imposed 



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upon him by the Convention or as are incumbent on the presiding 
officer of a deliberative body. He shall in advance of the meeting 
of the Convention appoint a Committee on Enrollment consisting 
of nine members and a Committee on Committees consisting of 
fifteen members. He may appoint other committees when so directed 
by the body. In case of his death or incapacity to serve, the 
Vice-Presidents shall succeed him in the order of their rank. 

Sec. B. The Recording Secretary shall record and preserve the 
proceedings of the Convention and shall have the same printed 
and distributed. 

Sec. C. The General Secretary of the Convention shall promote 
the whole program of the Convention, including Missions, Education 
and Social Service, and may serve as adviser to all the institutions, 
agencies and committees of the Convention. He shall work under 
the direction of and be subject to the authority of the General 
Board; and shall have administrative supervision of such work as 
shall be assigned to him by the Convention or its General Board. 

Sec. D. The Treasurer shall receive all funds sent him for the 
objects of the Convention, make acknowledgment of the same in 
the manner as the General Board may determine for the faithful 
performance of his duties. The Treasurer shall sign all checks, 
which shall be countersigned by the General Secretary, or in case 
the offices of Secretary and Treasurer shall be filled by the same 
person, then all checks shall be signed by the bonded bookkeeper, 
or by any other bonded officer or employee at the discretion of the 
Board, which shall indicate its decision and will by filing formal 
resolutions with the depository bank; and such checks shall be 
countersigned by the General Secretary. 

He shall forward at least once a month all contributions to their 
destinations. He shall make an annual report ot his receipts and 
disbursements which shall be published in the minutes of the Con- 
vention, and upon retiring from his office, he shall deliver to his 
successor all money, papers, books and other property belonging 
thereto. 

ARTICLE II. Duties of Committees 

The committees of the Convention shall be divided into three 
categories : 

Section A. Those appointed by the President in advance of the 
Convention. 

Subsection 1. A Committee on Enrollment consisting of nine 
members whose duties it shall be to provide registration cards for 
messengers and visitors and have them in a suitable place several 
hours before the meeting of the Convention. This committee shall 
make a report to the assembled messengers upon the call of the 
President, and shall serve as a committee on credentials. 

Subsec. 2. A Committee on Committees whose duty it shall be to 
nominate for election by the Convention the following Committees, 



24 Baptist State Convention 

and such other Committees as may be assigned to it. At least a fair 
number of the members nominated to all committees of the Conven- 
tion shall come from the rural and urban churches of the Baptist 
State Convention, and no one shall be nominated to serve on more 
than one committee at the same time. 

Sec. B. Those elected to report at the session of the Convention 
by which they are elected: 

Subsection 1. Committee on Resolutions, consisting of thirteen. 

SuBSEC. 2. Committee to report on the General Board's report, 
consisting of twenty-three. 

SuBSEC. 3. Committee on Place and Preacher for the next Con- 
vention, consisting of nine. 

Sec. C. Those elected to report at the next regular session of the 
Convention : 

Subsection 1. Committee on Order of Business, consisting of nine. 

SuBSEC. 2. Committees to Nominate the Members of the General 
Board and Trustees and Directors of the Institutions and Agencies 
of the Convention: This committee shall consist of 15 members, 
five of whom shall be retained from the previous year's committee. 
Their term of office shall begin upon adjournment of the Conven- 
tion at which they are elected and shall terminate upon adjourn- 
ment of the Convention at which their successors are elected. No 
member shall be eligible to succeed himself after serving two 
consecutive years. Vacancies occurring shall be filled at the next 
session of the Convention. Membership on this Committee shall 
not bar one from election to the General Board or as a Trustee 
or Director of any agency or institution of this Convention. The 
committee to nominate members of the General Board, Trustees and 
Directors of Institutions and agencies of the Convention, shall 
nominate a fair number of members from rural and urban churches 
to the various boards of all agencies and institutions. 

The Committee on Committees shall nominate the chairman of 
Committee. 

SuBSEC. 3. Committee on Social Service and Civic Righteousness, 
consisting of fifteen. 

SuBSEc. 4. Historical Commission, consisting of thirteen. 

SuBSEc. 5. Committee on Publicity, consisting of five. 

SuBSEC. 6. Committee on Memorials, consisting of five. 

ARTICLE III. The General Board 

Section A. Its Organization. 

Subsection 1. Meetings. The General Board shall meet in regular 
sessions in January and July of each year, and in cases of emergency, 
at the call of the General Secretary and the President of the Board, 
or of any five members. 

SuBSEC. 2. Officers and Department Heads. At the January meet- 
ing of the Board, there shall be elected the following officers who 



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shall serve for one year, and until their successors are elected and 
qualified; a President, a Vice-President, and a Recording Secretary. 

At the same time, the Board shall elect a Comptroller, all de- 
partment heads, and such other assistants as may from time to time 
be deemed necessary, and shall fix the compensation of its secre- 
taries and other employees, and all salaried officers of the Con- 
vention. 

The Comptroller shall be the chief accountant of the Conven- 
tion. As such, he shall be charged with the responsibility of ac- 
counting for all funds of the Convention, including all receipts and 
disbursements, and shall countersign all checks and make such re- 
ports and accounting as the General Board may direct, and perform 
any other duties which may be assigned to him by the General 
Board. 

SuBSEc. 3. At the January meeting of the General Board, the 
Convention program shall be organized and promoted under the 
following divisions: 

(1) Administration and Promotion 

(2) Christian Education 

(3) Social Service 

(4) Training Activities 

(5) General Missions 

(6) Baptist Student Union 

(7) Evangelism 

These seven divisions shall be administered and promoted under 
committees composed of the members of the General Board as 
follows : 

( 1 ) Administrative and Promotion. This committee shall include 
approximately fifteen per cent of the total membership of the board, 
and shall have charge of the following phases of the work: 

(a) All Convention Properties 

(b) Co-operation with Biblical Recorder 

(c) Associational Missionaries 

(d) Brotherhood 

(e) Baptist Foundation 

(f) Co-operation with Southern Baptist Convention 

(g) Co-operation with Woman's Missionary Union 
(h) Publicity 

(i) Retirement Plans 

(j) Promotion of Co-operation Program 

(2) Christian Education. This committee shall be composed of 
approximately twenty per cent of the membership of the board with 
a full-time paid secretary, and shall deal with all matters pertaining 
to the operation of our Baptist colleges. The committee, together 
with the president, dean, and chairman of the Board of Trustees of 
each of the colleges receiving funds from the Convention, with the 
President of the Baptist State Convention, the President of the 



26 Baptist State Convention 

General Board, and the President of the Woman's Missionary Union 
as ex-officio members, shall be known as the Council on Christian 
Education. Representatives on the Council from the colleges will 
not have voting power in the allocation of funds. 

The Council on Christian Education, in co-operation with the 
General Secretary of the Convention, shall nominate, and the 
General Board shall elect an Executive Secretary. 

(3) Social Service. This committee shall be composed of approxi- 
mately fifteen per cent of the membership of the board, and shall 
have charge of the following phases of the work: 

(a) North Carolina Baptist Hospital 

(b) Baptist Children's Homes 

(c) North Carolina Baptist Homes 

(4) Training Activities. This committee shall be composed of 
approximately fifteen per cent of the membership of the board, and 
shall have charge of the work of the Sunday School and Training 
Union Departments, Summer Assemblies, Music and Drama, and 
Visual Education. 

(5) General Missions. This committee shall be composed of ap- 
proximately fifteen per cent of the membership of the board, and 
shall have charge of the following phases of the work: 

(a) Aid to Missionary Pastors 

(b) Church Development Program 

(c) Promotion of New Churches 

(d) Aid to Silent People 

(e) Work in Sanatoriums and Correctional Institutions 

(f) Work with other Races 

(g) Pastor's Schools 

(6) Baptist Student Union. This committee shall be composed of 
approximately ten per cent of the membership of the board. 

(7) Evangelism. This committee shall be composed of approxi- 
mately ten per cent of the membership of the board. 

The work of the above committees, numbered (1) and (3) shall 
be under the direct supervision of the General Secretary. 

The work of the above committees, numbered (4) through (7) 
inclusive, embraces the work of State Missions, and shall be under 
the direction of the Secretary of State Missions. 

At the same time an Executive Committee of nine members shall 
be elected with the understanding that the chairman of the above 
named seven committees shall serve on the Executive Committee, 
and two others elected from the membership of the board at large. 
The President of the Convention and the President of the General 
Board shall be ex-ofiicio members of the Executive Committee. 

Between sessions of the General Board, the Chairman of the 
Executive Committee of the General Board and the General Secre- 
tary of the Convention shall have the authority to call upon any 
division of the General Board as outlined above to meet with the 



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Executive Committee when matters of great importance, such as 
selection and election of personnel, are to be considered, provided 
that the Executive Committee acting jointly with any committee 
name in this section, shall not exceed authority allocated to the 
Executive Committee. 

SuBSEC. 4. The General Board shall present its recommendations 
to the Convention; and these recommendations shall be printed in 
the Biblical Recorder, together with any pertinent information, two 
weeks prior to the meeting of the Convention. 

Sec. B. Powers and Duties of General Board. 

SuBSEC. 1. Charge of Work. The General Board shall have charge 
and control of all work of the Convention, including Missions, 
Education, Beneficences, and all other general activities, in the in- 
terim between sessions of the Convention, except those activities 
committed specifically by charter to the Boards of Trustees of its 
institutions and agencies. It shall have the power to act for the 
Convention in the interim between sessions of the Convention; and 
any action taken during the interim shall be binding on the Con- 
vention and reported fully to the Convention at its next session. 
It shall make and approve all appropriations. It shall have no 
power to contravene any action of the Convention nor to launch 
any new institution. It may provide for the expansion of any phase 
of work which its income and resources may make possible. It 
shall have the responsibility of bringing to the Convention for its 
consideration recommendations concerning any phase of the work 
that is being done or that should be undertaken in order that the 
Convention may have an over-all picture of the total program of 
North Carolina Missionary Baptists. 

SuBSEC. 2. Reports. The General Board shall make a full report 
to the Convention of its activities during the year, including the 
work done by the departments of Missions, Education, and Benefi- 
cences and all other general activities. The Board shall have its 
report printed and ready for distribution at the first session of the 
Convention, including reports from Educational Institutions, Hos- 
pitals, Children's Homes, Homes for Aging, Baptist Foundation, 
Education Council, and all other agencies of the Convention. 

SuBSEC. 3. Allocation of Funds. The General Board shall recom- 
mend to the Convention the precentage of undesignated gifts which 
each object of the Convention shall receive, both State and South- 
ern Baptist Convention objects. 

SuBSEC. 4. Audit. The General Board shall employ a certified 
public accountant each year to make a complete audit of the books 
and accounts of the treasurer and comptroller, and shall employ or 
cause to be employed a certified public accountant, or accountants 
to make annual audits of all institutions and agencies of the 
Convention. All audits shall be reported to the General Board and 
printed in the Minutes of the Convention. 



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ARTICLE IV. Council on Christian Education 

Section A. Powers. 

In the interim between the meetings of the General Board the 
Council shall have oversight of the entire program of education in 
the colleges and schools of the Convention. 

Sec. B. Duties. The duties of the Council shall be as follows: 

(1) It shall devise ways and means for the proper correlation 
of the work and programs in the several educational institutions 
supported by the Convention. 

(2) It shall study the needs of the institutions and their ability 
to meet these needs, and upon the basis of its findings shall recom- 
mend to the General Board allocations to the institutions of such 
funds as maj'^ be made available by the Convention or the General 
Board for Christian education. 

(3) It shall formulate and promote plans for increasing the in- 
terest in and the support of these institutions and shall make reports 
in detail to the General Board upon all its work and findings. 

Sec. C. Executive Secretary. 

The Council on Christian Education in co-operation with the 
General Secretary of the Convention shall nominate and the General 
Board shall elect an Executive Secretary. 

Sec. D. Meetings. 

The Council shall meet at the call of the Chairman, at least three 
times during the Convention year; it may meet in special session 
at the call of the Chairman and Executive Secretary, or any 
five members. 

ARTICLE V. Eligibility for Membership on the General Board 

and on Boards of Trustees and Directors of Agencies and 

Institutions of the Convention 

Members of the General Board and Trustees and Directors of 
any agency or institution of the Convention shall be members of 
Churches co-operating with the Convention. 

The Term of office shall begin on January 1 following the 
meeting of the Convention at which members were elected; and 
shall end on December 31 following the Convention at which their 
successors were elected, unless sooner terminated. 

In no case shall a member of any board serve a continuous 
term of more than four years; except the directors of N. C. Baptist 
Foundation, in which case the continuous term shall not exceed 
five years. 

Any member having just completed a full term of office on any 
board of this Convention shall not be eligible for election to mem- 
bership on any other until one year has elapsed. 



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ARTICLE VI. Conveution Procedure 

Section A. Rules. 

The Rules of Order for the Convention shall be those laid down 
in Kerfoot's "Parliamentary Law," but in cases where the meaning 
may not be clear the President shall exercise his discretion, subject 
to appeal to the Convention, 

Sec. B. Resolutions. 

All resolutions presented to the Convention shall be referred to 
the Committee on Resolutions, except that by a two-thirds vote of 
the messengers present on the first or second day of the Convention, 
the rules may be suspended and a resolution be taken up for im- 
mediate consideration. 

Sec. C. Recommendations in Reports. 

Nothing contained in reports to the Convention shall be con- 
strued as an action of the Convention except the recommendations 
which are definitely listed and adopted by the Convention. 

ARTICLE VII. Amendments to By-Laws 

The By-Laws may be altered by a majority vote of the messengers 
present on the first or second day of the Convention. 



PROCEEDINGS 



PROCEEDINGS 



RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 
TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1957 

Session Theme: "One Christ — One World" 

"And I, if I be lifted up from the earth will draw 
all men unto me" — John 12:32 

1. Before the 127th Annual Session of the Baptist State Conven- 
tion Meeting in the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium November 19-21, 
1957, adjourned 3,850 Messengers had registered. The total mes- 
sengers attending plus some 1,000 visitors, represented the largest 
number of Baptists ever to attend a regular annual Convention. 

2. The factual record of the Convention proceedings will not 
attempt to interpret the serious issues involved and the majority 
and minority views expressed. From the Biblical Recorder, Charity 
and Children and the Baptist Historical Section of the Wake Forest 
College Library, and the state press future historians can appraise 
for themselves this "rather turbulent Convention." 

3. President J. C. Canipe, Hendersonville, presided and gave the 
opening address. Prior thereto Joseph O. Stroud, Raleigh, Secretary 
of the Music Department, and Director of Music for the Convention, 
introduced the following Ministers of Music who served as an octet 
in leading the song service for each Convention Session: Miss Jean 
Saunders, First Baptist Church, Forest City; Miss Lillian Howell, 
First Baptist Church, Dunn; Miss Linda Swann, First Baptist Church, 
Sanford; Miss Marion Corbet, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Raleigh; 
Jack Clinard, First Baptist Church, Fayetteville; Carl Perry, First 
Baptist Church, Asheville; J. D. Morrison, Park Road Baptist 
Church, Charlotte; Verl Capps, First Baptist Church, Charlotte. 

Miss Carolyn Byers, North Winston Baptist Church, Winston- 
Salem, and Mrs. A. J. Sutter, Tabernacle Baptist Church, Raleigh, 
served as Convention organist and pianist. 

4. After singing "All Hail The Power of Jesus' Name," Aubrey S. 
Tomlinson, Louisburg, read the scripture and prayed. The Octet 
then sang verses from "Still, Still With Thee" followed by the 
audience joining in singing "Rejoice, The Lord Is King." 

5. Malloy A. Huggins, Raleigh, speaking for John W. Kinche- 
loe, Jr., Raleigh, Chairman of the Committee on Enrollment, offered 
a motion which was approved by the Convention that the approxi- 
mately 1,024 messengers now enrolled and those who may be en- 
titled to register during the remaining sessions, constitute the 
Convention for the transaction of business. 



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6. President Canipe named the following to serve as the Com- 
mittee on Committees: Tom Lawrence. Chairman, Cliff side; E. F. 
Baker. Robbinsville: Albert Young". Hickory; J. Clyde Yates, Char- 
lotte; J. O. Walton. Lexington: Roger Williams. Thomasville; W. L. 
Bennett. Greensboro; Miss Addie I\Iae Cooke. Raleigh; Miss Daphne 
Boone. Rockingham; Grady McKeithan. Teachey; C. A. Williams, 
Elizabeth City; Jack Wilder. Durham: Tom M. Freeman, Burling- 
ton; Foy ]\Iartin. Winston-Salem: Charles E. Parker, New Bern. 

7. The Order of Business was offered by V. Ward Barr, Gastonia. 
It was approved on his motion, subject to a change on the motion 
of Claude U. Broach. Charlotte, that on Wednesday afternoon, 
November 19, 1957. following the Report of the Committee to Re- 
port on the General Board's Report, a period of one hour be set 
aside, time being equally divided am.ong the proponents and the 
opponents who would discuss the recommendations of the Trustees 
of Wake Forest College and INIeredith College to allow supervised 
dancing on the campus. 

In suggesting the change in the Order of Business, Claude U. 
Broach stated that at the appointed time on the program he would 
offer the following motion that the Convention would be asked to 
vote upon: 

"Notwithstanding any previous action of the Convention, it 
is hereby declared as policy that all matters relating to recrea- 
tion and social activity on the campus of our colleges are en- 
trusted to the discretion of the Trustees of the respective 
schools." 

8. Another motion to amend the Order of Business was offered 
by James IM. Bulman. East Spencer, that time be provided for a 
discussion of Church Autonomy. 

A motion by Charles E. IMaddry. Hillsboro. to table tliis amend- 
ment to the Order of Business received the majority vote of the 
Convention. 

9. Greetings of welcome were extended by Roberts C. Lasater, 
Raleigh. Associate Minister. First Baptist Church, and by Lamar J. 
Brooks. Cary, for the Raleigh and Wake County churches and 
ministers. 

10. All new ministers moving into North Carolina from outside 
the state and some seminary graduates introduced themselves. The 
following names were assembled. The welcoming remarks were ex- 
tended by James S. Potter, Raleigh. 

New Pastors — 1957 Convention 

Tommy Bennett. Mt. Pleasant. N. C. First Baptist Church; Joe J. 
Bridges. Route 2. Ellenboro. N. C. Race Path Church: Jack B. 
Brown. Winston-Salem. Robin Hood Road Church; Norman F. 
Brown. Route 2. Kings IMountain. Bethlehem Church: Wiley C. Bum- 
garner, Lumber Bridge. Lumber Bridge & Ten Mile churches, 
Robeson Association: John T. Bunn. Durham. Braggtown Church: 



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James Cammack, Snyder Memorial Church, Fayetteville; Clyde 
Chapman, Box 456, Spencer, First Church; Peniel Collins, Mount 
Moriah, Union Association (Rt. 1, Pageland, S. C); H. Arthur 
Dechent, Route 1, Goldsboro, Falling Creek Church; J. M. Ezell, 
RFD 1, Bostic, Concord Church; F. W. Gales, Waynesville, Bar- 
berville Church, Haywood Association; W. R. Grigg, Secretary Dept. 
of Interracial Co-operation, BSC, Raleigh; Maurice Grissom, First 
Church, Elizabeth City; Claude D. Haynes, Wake Forest, Glen Royal 
Church, Raleigh Association; Charles H. High, Cherryville, Mt. 
Zion Church; Don T. Jackson, Rutherfordton, Pleasant Grove (R) 
Church; Samuel M. James, Liberty, Mt. Pleasant Church; William 
King, Asheville, Lnanda Church, Buncombe Association; W. T. 
Lundy, Leland, Elah Church, Brunswick Association; G. Lee Mc- 
Intyre, Route 1, Stoneville, Providence Church; Maurice S. Mc- 
Lain, Leland, Leland Church; E. W. McMurray, Route 2, Yadkinville, 
Deep Creek Church, Yadkin Association; W. T. Mills, Raleigh, 
Temple Church; Jim Morgan, Clyde, N. C, Haywood Association; 
Clint Noble, Route 3, Box 371, Morganton, Pleasant View Church; 
Jack Nof singer, Winston-Salem; J. W. Owen, Mocksville, Eatons 
Church; Sidney Oxendine, Route 1, Gold Hill, East Corinth Church, 
Rowan Association; Clarence J. Piercy, Route 3, Forest City, Bethany 
Church; William W. Rhymes, Harkers Island, Smyrna & Harkers Is- 
land churches; W. Arnold Smith, Zebulon, Zebulon Church; Roy E. 
Snell, Apex, Mt. Pisgah Church; Robert R. Standley, Franklin, 
First Church, Macon Association; Roy L. Thomas, Charlotte, N. C, 
Graduate New Orleans Seminary, Evangelism; Archer V. Turner, 
Scotland Neck, First Church; George E. Williamson, Belmont, East 
Belmont Church; David Wooten, Pineville, Stough Memorial 
Church, Mecklenburg Association. 

11. Chairman Tom S. Lawrence, Cliff side, on behalf of the Com- 
mittee on Committees presented at this time and at other sessions 
the following Committees and on his motion they were approved: 

COMMITTEES TO REPORT DURING THE 1957 SESSION 

Committee to Study General Board's Report During the 1957 Session 

Henry B. Anderson, Chairman, Durham; R. E. Adams, Winston- 
Salem; Henry B. Stokes, Carrboro; R. N. Carroll, Edenton; J. Alton 
Morris, Murphy; Mrs. Raymond E. Moore, Lake View, S. C; Ray- 
mond Long, Charlotte; Fred Duckett, Denton; Coit Auten, Bostic; 
B. R. Holbrook, Hilderbran; Elwood Orr, Wilmington; Bennie Craw- 
ford, Lexington; Clifford Gore. Fallston; Dewey Hobbs, Wingate; 
Henry A. Morgan, Wilkesboro; Charles R. Tucker, Parkton; Paul B. 
Nickens, Plymouth; Mrs. Roland Pruette, Murfreesboro; P. E. Jones, 
Sims; Mack E. Smith, Greensboro; W. O. Kelley, Raleigh; M. W. 
Gordon, Marion; Mrs. Walter W. Jones, Boone. 

Committee on Resolutions 

John H. Knight, Chairman, Concord; Woodrow W. Hill, Greens- 
boro; James R. Halvey, Newton; Samuel Johnson, Elizabeth City; 



36 Baptist State Convention 

H. M. Baker, Apex; Victor S. Dowd, Durham; Norman Harris, Madi- 
son; Zeb Moss, Caroleen; G. L. Royster, Burlington; Miss Daphne 
Boone, Rockingham; Kermit Caldwell, Charlotte; Dale Hooper, 
Salisbury; Mrs. O. Jack Murphy, Hickory. 

Committee on Place and Preacher 

Claud B. Bowen, Chairman, Greensboro; W. T. Smith, Mebane; 

A. L. Benton, Gaston; Henry Napier, Tyner; Frank R. Moore, 
Charlotte; Joseph P. Dubose, Jr., Marion; John Wallace, Rocking- 
ham; C. A. Francis, Monroe; J. Felix Arnold, Enfield. 

COMMITTEES TO REPORT DURING THE 1958 SESSION 

Committee on the Order of Business 

John E. Lawrence, Chairman, Shelby; W. F. Woodall, Spindale; 
Elliott B. Stewart, Rocky Point; J. Clyde Yates, Charlotte; J. O. 
Mattox, Hertford; J. Boyd Horton, Waynesville; Miss Doris Mor- 
gan, Burlington; Irby B. Jackson, Greenville; Mrs. James Potter, 
Raleigh. 

Committee on Religious Liberty 

* Willis Bennett, Chairman, Red Springs; *Troy G. Robbins, 
Greensboro; *Benjamin R. Bruner, Durham; *Adam J. Whitley, 
Smithfield; Herbert W. Baucom, Jr., Oxford; Richard Williams, 
Maiden; C. R. Hinton, Albemarle; Bruce E. Whitaker, Murf reesboro ; 
L. M. Tenery, Shelby. 

Committee on Publicity 

Marse Grant, Chairman, Thomasville; L. L. Carpenter, Raleigh; 
Ben C. Fisher, Wake Forest; L. J. Morriss, Raleigh; R. E. Price, 
Rutherfordton. 

Committee on Memorials 

J. Clyde Turner, Chairman, Raleigh; J. R. Morgan, Waynesville; 

B. E. Morris, Charlotte; G. N. Cowan, Rocky Mount; Mrs. A. J. 
Smith, Raleigh. 

Committee on Historical Commission 

Henry S. Stroupe, Chairman, Winston-Salem; Mack M. Goss, Hen- 
dersonville; Francis Dedmond, Boiling Springs; J. A. McLeod, 
Mars Hill; J. L. Walter Moose, Gatesville; Miss Sallie McCracken, 
Thomasville; I. G. Greer, Chapel Hill; L. E. M. Freeman, Raleigh; 
Mrs. E. T. Crittenden, Wake Forest; J. A. Ayscue, Buies Creek; 
Oscar Creech, Ahoskie; Abney Teague, Siler City; Miss Mary Lynch 
Johnson, Raleigh. 

Committee on Social Service and Civic Righteousness 

John T. Wayland, Chairman, Wake Forest; Lawson Allen, Boiling 
Springs; Amos Bungardner, Charlotte; W. A. Mitchener, Oxford; 
Wade E. Brown, Boone; B. L. Raines, Edenton; E. V. Plemmons, 



* Retained from last year. 



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Gastonia; E. Travis Styles, Burlington; Miss Addie Mae Cooke, Mur- 
freesboro; Eph Whisenhunt, Clayton; Ernest Holt, Greensboro; 
Ralph A. Herring, Winston-Salem; C. A. Kirby, Jr., Carthage; F. D. 
Hemphill, Hickory. 

Committee to Nominate Members of the General Board and Trustees 
and Directors of Institutions and Agencies of the Convention 

*J. Boyce Brooks, Chairman, Greensboro; *Keener Pharr, Char- 
lotte; *Clyde E. Baucom, Wilson; *Mrs. W. Perry Crouch, Asheville; 
*W. P. Milne, Ahoskie; R. W. Kicklighter, Elizabeth City; Downey 
Booth, Durham; A. B. Bumgarner, Wilmington; Homer L. Good, 
Stony Point; M. O. Owens, Jr., Lenoir; Roy Beals, Goldsboro; 
Davis C. Boaz, Winston-Salem; L. G. Elliott, Roxboro; Donald Green 
Hickory; James L. Pittman, Rockingham. 

Committee on Allied Church League 

Hoyle T. Allred, Albemarle; L. L. Carpenter, Raleigh; W. B. Carr, 
Matthews; T. L. Cashwell, Gastonia; Walter E. Crissman, High Point; 
Wendell G. Davis, Statesville; H. L. Ferguson, Charlotte; W. A. 
Poole, Graham; Marse Grant, Thomasville; James M. Hayes, 
Winston-Salem; T. L. Gardner, Reidsville; J. W. Long, Morganton; 
M. A. Huggins, Raleigh; J. M. Johnson, Walnut Cove; A. W. Kin- 
caid, Kings Mountain; Ernest Klutz, Jr., Gastonia; V. E. Duncan, 
Louisburg; Marvin Leatherwood, Lincolnton; A. L. Parker, Greens- 
boro; R. E. Price, Rutherfordton; Gerald C. Primm, Raleigh; T. L. 
Sasser, Greensboro; T. C. Williams, Jr., Yancey ville; William L. 
Bennett, Greensboro; Mrs. W. K. McGee, Winston-Salem; Den- 
nis W. Hockaday, Durham; I. B. Jackson, Greenville; E. L. Spivey, 
Raleigh. 

Committee of Seventeen 

W. R. Wagoner, North Wilkesboro, Chairman; fMrs. Gordon 
Maddry, Ahoskie; Mrs. A. L. Parker, Greensboro; Beamer Barnes, 
Lexington; E. W. Price, Jr., High Point; John E. Lawrence, Shelby; 
Mack M. Goss, Hendersonville; Knolan Benfield, Morganton; Nor- 
man Blythe, Greensboro; Dewey Hobbs, Wingate; C. O. Greene, 
Lawndale; Clyde Baucom, Wilson; Henry Walden, Raleigh; Ernest 
Klutz, Gastonia; Howard Dawkins, Kinston; B. E. Morris, Charlotte; 
Elwood Orr, Wilmington. 

Committee of Nine 

M. O. Owens, Jr., Lenoir, Chairman; C. Sylvester Green, Wake 
Forest, Winston-Salem;. L. A. Peacock, Meredith, Raleigh; Lawson 
Allen, Gardner-Webb, Boiling Springs; W. K. McGee, Baptist Hos- 
pital, Winston-Salem; Roger Williams, Mills Home, Thomasville; 
John H. Knight, Concord; George Tunstall, High Point; R. N. Car- 
roll, Edenton. 



* Retained from last year. 

t Named by General Board Jan. 13, 14, 1958, to succeed Mrs. Owen Herring, 
Winston-Salem, who was unable to serve. 



38 Baptist State Convention 

12. A period of silence was requested by Eph Whisenhunt, Clay- 
ton, who read in behalf of the Committee on Memorials some of 
the names of the deceased friends of the Convention. These names 
appear on page 76. After the Memorial prayer by Chairman 
Whisenhunt, he moved and the Convention agreed to dedicate the 
1957 Annual to the memory of Hight C Moore, Santford Martin and 
Miss Margie Murchison.* 

Songs: "I Need Thee Every Hour" and "Jesus Keep Me Near 
The Cross" 

13. W. Perry Crouch, Asheville, President of the General Board, 
along with Malloy A. Huggins, Raleigh, General Secretary, presented 
a review of the Report of the General Board, which had previously 
been distributed. Special attention was called to actions of the 
General Board and each Recommendation was read. See Sections 
91, 62, pages 97 and 62. 

Thereafter Leon P. Spencer, Raleigh, Comptroller, discussed as a 
matter of information the financial report of the Convention, cover- 
ing the categories indicated. See Section 107, page 166 of the Report 
of the General Board. 

President Crouch stated that the General Board had approved 
the Report which would now be referred to the Cormnittee to Re- 
port on the General Board's Report. 

14. Incident to the Report of the General Board, C. D. Bessinger, 
Asheville, announced that he would submit to the Committee to 
Report on the General Board's Report an amendment to the General 
Board's recommended budget for 1958 to read as follows: 

That the General Board budget be amended to provide: 

( 1 ) tliat 40 per cent of the total increase in Co-operative 
Program receipts in 1958 be apportioned to the Southern 
Convention and 60 per cent to the work of the State Con- 
vention; and 

(2) that the 60 per cent of the increase for the State work 
be divided as follows : 46 per cent for Items Deductible and 
54 per cent for the State Objects; and 

(3) that each separate item in Items Deductible and each 
State Object receive the percentage recommended in the Gen- 
eral Board's budget. 

15. W. Elvin Jones, Clemmons, presented a resolution from the 
Pilot Mountain Association, which was referred to the Committee 
on Resolutions. In the resolution the Convention was asked "to 
define its own attitude on the question of Associate Membership." 
The question had arisen through the custom of the Wake Forest 
Baptist Church, Winston-Salem, in accepting associate members and 
the action of Pilot Mountain Association to postpone the acceptance 



* By action of the General Board January 13, 14, 1958, the name of Smith 
Hagaman was added to those names to whom the 1957 Annual would be dedi- 
cated. 



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of the Wake Forest Baptist Church into the membership of the 
Association until the matter of Associate membership be clarified. 

16. The Report of the Trustees of the Convention was read by 
Malloy A. Huggins, Raleigh, and upon his motion approved. 

Report of the Trustees of the Convention 

The Convention in its 1956 session re-elected F. H. Brooks, R. L. 
McMillan and N. M. Gurley as trustees. The organization Avas com- 
pleted upon the selection of F. H. Brooks as Chairman and R. L. 
McMillan as Secretary. 

Although the matters of business were very limited during the 
year the following transactions received the attention of the 
trustees : 

On December 17, 1956, pursuant to action taken by the General 
Board meeting in Winston-Salem on November 12, 1956, the trustees 
entered into an extension agreement with the Wachovia Bank and 
Trust Company which provided for a revision of the amortization 
schedule of the loan in the amount of $525,000 authorized by the 
Convention in 1955 for the construction of the Baptist Building, 
thus extending the maturity date from December 31, 1960, to De- 
cember 31, 1963, said annual payments of principal being amended 
as follows: 

1957, $37,000; 1958, $41,000; 1959, $45,000; 1960, $50,000; 1961, 
$55,000; 1962, $60,000; 1963, $237,000. 

And the final payment shall be reduced by the income from the 
sale of the properties now located at 119 Hillsboro St., Raleigh 
and N. Tryon St., Charlotte. 

In August, 1957 the trustees executed a deed to the Newton 
Grove Baptist Church, Newton Grove, Johnston Association, for 
property which had been vested in the trustees during the period 
when the church was being organized. 

All Convention employees and staff members, including those 
of the Woman's Missionary Union, who handle money in any way, 
are covered by a blanket bond. The amount for each employee so 
covered is $10,000, with an additional coverage of $15,000 each 
for the treasurer and the comptroller. Your trustees here report 
that this bond is in full force and effect. 

17. Henry S. Stroupe, Winston-Salem, Chairman, read the Report 
of the Historical Commission. Upon his motion the report was 
approved. 

Report of the Historical Commission 

History refers both to what has happened in the past and to 
the historian's account of it. For centuries man has combined these 
two ideas into a third definition, namely, that history is the or- 
ganized past, with events constituting the subject matter and the 
historian contributing the organization, whether narrative or ana- 
lytical. The historian seeks to describe the incessant ongoing of 
events, the process of change, in so far as it involves human beings. 



40 Baptist State Convention 

Traditionally he has consulted the documents, the vestiges of past 
change, and sought to derive from them a narrative portraying 
what happened at particular times and places to particular people. 

For two and one-half centuries North Carolina Baptists have 
engaged in events of importance to man but they have been strik- 
ingly remiss in the obligation of leaving to posterity suitable ac- 
counts of their activities. A religious denomination, like a nation, 
cannot understand its present status or intelligently plan its future 
without knowing what has gone before. Furthermore, in order to 
be worthwhile, concepts of past events must be based on the knowl- 
edge of events as they actually happened. 

Your Historical Commission would, therefore, be negligent of its 
duty if it did not urge all Baptist bodies from the local church to 
the Convention to exercise the utmost care in preparing and pre- 
serving the documents from which history is written. Individual 
churches, for example, should concern themselves not only with 
their origins and early history, but should assure themselves that 
full and accurate records of current activities are written and 
preserved. 

Some Baptist associations follow the commendable practice of 
having the host church present a sketch of its history during the 
annual associational meeting. The publication of such sketches in 
the associational minutes encourages the church to have the history 
written and also assures that the document will be preserved. It is 
suggested that churches which have not done so recently, prepare 
detailed historical accounts, which may be preserved in either pub- 
lished or unpublished form, and that summaries of these longer 
accounts be published in the association's minutes. The plan whereby 
meeting places of the association rotate from church to church 
would ultimately produce a history of each congregation. The value 
of such church histories will be in direct proportion to the care 
and skill that go into their preparation. The emphasis should be 
directed toward a factual presentation of events, with a minimum 
of adjectives and routine praise of individuals. 

Every Baptist church, institution, agency, and association in North 
Carolina should have the best qualified person within its member- 
ship appointed historian and charged with the responsibility of 
seeing that collecting, preserving, and writing are carried on. The 
Wake Forest College Library, which has been designated the of- 
ficial depository for North Carolina Baptist historical materials, 
now has ample space in which to house the Baptist Collection and 
is anxious to add items both old and new. The failure of many 
associations to send to the Library copies of their current minutes 
has been the object of deep concern. The appropriate officials of 
North Carolina Baptist associations are requested to see that a copy 
of the minutes of each session is forwarded to Wake Forest for 
preservation and the use of researchers. 

The attention of the Convention is invited to two specific projects 
in which your Historical Commission is engaged: 



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1. The Historical Society of the Southern Baptist Convention, in 
co-operation with the Historical Commission of the Southern Bap- 
tist Convention and the State Historical Commissions, is planning to 
prepare maps of historic Baptist sites in each state and in the na- 
tion. If the Historical Commission of the Baptist State Convention 
of North Carolina will gather the information and the North Caro- 
lina Convention will pay the actual cost of publication (about 
$100 for the first 2,500 maps and about one cent for each ad- 
ditional copy), the Historical Commission of the Southern Con- 
vention will do the work of preparing the map of North Carolina 
for publication. It will also put the information on state maps 
together to form a national map. 

If this recommendation is adopted, your Historical Commission 
will attempt to supply the needed information. The Commission 
will be glad to receive suggestions from any interested person re- 
garding sites which should be marked on the map. These might in- 
clude historic churches whether extinct or extant, birthplaces of 
outstanding persons, old schools, the places where the Convention 
and the Western Convention were organized, and current Baptist 
colleges, orphanages, homes for the aging, hospitals, assemblies, and 
the like. Suggestions should include specific information re- 
garding locations and be mailed to the chairman at Wake Forest 
College. 

2. The second project with which the Commission is engaged is 
study of a proposal to erect a marker on the site w^here the 
Western Baptist Convention was organized. In 1845 representa- 
tives from three associations (Salem, Tuckasiege, and Valley), 
and from most of the churches west of the Blue Ridge met at 
Boiling Springs Camp Ground in Henderson County and formed 
the Western Baptist Convention, a missionary body auxiliary to the 
North Carolina Baptist State Convention. In 1898 the Western Con- 
vention adjourned shie die and its nine associations joined the 
State Convention. It has been ascertained that the present Faith 
Tabernacle Church, Hendersonville, is situated on the site of the 
old camp ground. In view of the importance of the Western Baptist 
Convention in the history of North Carolina Baptists, it is recom- 
mended that the Convention authorize the placing of a suitable 
marker and an appropriation to cover the necessary expense. 

Your Commission sincerely appreciates the historical work al- 
ready being done by many North Carolina Baptists and urges that 
those in places of responsibility devote themselves wholeheartedly 
to the perennial task of making records of events in the history 
of Baptists available to future generations. Several members of the 
Commission have read parts of the forthcoming Encyclopedia of 
Southern Baptists during its preparation and can recommend it to 
the denomination with confidence. The publication of this work, 
which contains considerable material on North Carolina and is 
scheduled for release early in 1958, will be a milestone in the 
historical activity of Southern Baptists. 



42 Baptist State Convention 

18. Horace Easom, Raleigh, as Secretary of the Baptist Brother- 
hood and the Baptist Foundation called attention to the report of the 
Baptist Foundation (see Sec. 106, page 163). Upon his motion it was 
approved. The report was discussed by Robert D. HoUeman, Dur- 
ham, Chairman of the Baptist Foundation Board of Directors. 

19. President Canipe recognized at this time and on other oc- 
casions during the Convention the out-of-state visitors as well as 
North Carolina visitors who were present. 

Song: "Love Divine, All Love Excelling." 

20. The North Carolina Baptist Student Union Choir, under the 
direction of Ivey Heath, Chapel Hill, sang "He's Got the Whole 
World In His Hand" and "God Our Help In Ages Past." 

21. "For the Living of These Days" was the subject of the Con- 
vention Sermon preached by C. O. Greene, Lawndale. The scripture 
text was taken from Galatians 2:20 — "I am crucified with Christ: 
nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life 
which I now live in the flesh I live by faith of the Son of God, 
who loved me, and gave himself for me." 

The first session adjourned after the closing prayer by C. O. 
Greene. 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON SESSION 

22. The worship hour opened with the singing of "O for a Thou- 
sand Tongues to Sing." George E. Simmons, Wadesboro, read the 
scripture and prayed. Then the Octet sang other verses from "Still, 
Still With Thee," to be followed by the audience joining in the 
singing of "Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts." 

23. Home Mission Board Representative, Alfred Carpenter, At- 
lanta, discussed along with Chaplain Daniel Honeycutt, USN, the 
work of the chaplaincy. 

24. After brief messages from S. L. Stealey, President, South- 
eastern Seminary, and Roland Q. Leavell, New Orleans Seminary, 
the address on the Seminaries was given by Harold Graves, 
President of Golden Gate Seminary. 

25. A special musical number "Consider the Lilies" was sung by 
Paul Puckett, Gastonia. 

26. The President received another Convention gavel from J. G. 
Gibbs, Greenville, fashioned from one of the virgin pines in the 
area where the Baptist State Convention was organized in 1830. 

27. The Order now was Home Missions with J. Boyce Brooks, 
Greensboro, presiding. As a member of the Home Mission Board he 
recognized the other North Carolina Members, Louis S. Gaines, 
Fayetteville, and Carlton S. Prickett, Burlington. In view of the 
absence of the program speaker, J. T. Gillespie, Atlanta, because 
of illness, the Convention heard Julian S. Hopkins, Raleigh, Secre- 
tary of Evangelism for the Baptists of North Carolina. 

28. In view of the uncertainty of the weather the program of 



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Dedication of the Baptist Memorial Building now took place in the 
Raleigh Memorial Auditorium. Henry B. Anderson, Durham, Chair- 
man of the Building Committee presided. The audience first sang 
"What a Friend We Have In Jesus." Thereafter Mrs. Gordon Mad- 
drey, O. J. Hagler, and I. G. Greer, other members of the Building 
Committee were recognized. 

A. L. Parker, Greensboro gave the dedicatory devotional from 
the 148th Psalm and offered prayer. 

Leon P. Spencer, Convention Comptroller, discussed the building 
cost, the indebtedness and significant financial objectives associated 
with the completed building. 

He was followed by General Secretary, Malloy A. Huggins, who 
pointed out the many advantages resulting from the new building 
in that for the first time all North Carolina Baptist Denomina- 
tional workers were together under one roof. He indicated that 
the name of the building would be designated the "Baptist Me- 
morial Building," in memory of the Convention's Founding Fathers. 
A suitable plaque, he stated, had been placed on the wall of the 
first floor lobby. 

In a brief statement Douglas M. Branch, Rocky Mount, Conven- 
tion President at the time ground was broken to begin construc- 
tion and who turned the first spade of dirt, spoke of the courage 
and forward look of the Convention in launching this great enter- 
prise. He then turned over to President J. C. Canipe a Master Key 
to the building. President Canipe responded by accepting this 
beautiful Baptist Memorial Building, in the name of all North 
Carolina Baptists. 

The dedicatory prayer was offered by J. Clyde Turner, Raleigh, 
and the session adjourned. 

TUESDAY EVENING SESSION 

29. With the Octet under the direction of Director of Music, 
Joseph O. Stroud, leading, the growing number of messengers and 
visitors sang "Saviour, Breathe an Evening Blessing" and "To God 
By the Glory." Tom Truett, Culberson, read the scripture and 
prayed and again the audience joined in the singing of "Angels We 
Have Heard on High" and "O Little Town of Bethlehem." 

30. A motion by Howard G. Dawkins, Kinston, to request the 
Committee of 25 to make a comprehensive study of the printing 
needs of all Baptist Institutions and Agencies of the Convention with 
the view toward utilizing to a greater extent the splendid printing 
plant and facilities of the Mills Home, Thomasville, a unit of the 
Baptist Children's Home of North Carolina, was approved; and 
further that this Committee of 25 include in its study not only in- 
stitutions but agencies of the Convention. 

31. James M. Bulman, East Spencer, was recognized and he 
again proposed a Resolution to initiate an inquiry into the testimony 



44 Baptist State Convention 

and the court decision with reference to the case involving the 
North Rocky Mount Baptist Church. The Resolution was referred to 
the Committee on Resolutions. (See Sec. 81, Page 71). 

32. R. T. Greene, Concord, offered a resolution, which was also 
referred to the Committee on Resolutions, that the Convention 
set aside a week of prayer for Associational Missions preferably 
from the second Sunday through the third Sunday in April of each 
year. (See Section 81, Page 71). 

33. The Committee on Time, Place and Preacher through the 
Chairman Claude U. Broach, Charlotte, reported that the 1956 Con- 
vention had approved the First Baptist Church, in Durham, as the 
place for the meeting of the 1958 Convention and that his com- 
mittee was recommending the First Baptist Church, Greensboro, as 
the place for the Convention meeting in 1959; that James S. Potter, 
Raleigh, be asked to preach the Convention sermon and that W. Wil- 
bur Hutchins, Sanford, be the alternate; and that the time of meet- 
ing be controlled by the Constitution. The Convention approved 
the report. 

34. For the remainder of this evening's session an impressive 
presentation on the work of State Missions was presented under 
the leadership of E. Lowell Spivey, Secretary of the Division of 
State Missions. The theme of the dramatic presentation was "The 
Challenge of State Missions." The script was written by S. C. Ray, 
Minister of Education, First Baptist Church, Greensboro. Joseph O. 
Stroud was director, assisted by Harold Shoemaker and B. W. 
Jackson, Raleigh. L. J. Morris, Raleigh, was responsible for the 
props. The combined choirs of the Raleigh Baptist Churches fur- 
nished the background music with Mrs. A. J. Sutter, Raleigh, at the 
organ. 

Some twenty-two different areas of State Mission work were por- 
trayed. In the background was pictured a great map of North 
Carolina. As one group of State Mission workers took positions on 
the great stage of the auditorium, Sam Beard, Raleigh, who was 
the Narrator, gave effective voice to the many State Mission 
tableaus that moved on and off the stage. 

The message "The Challenge of State Missions" was given in 
five minutes by E. Lowell Spivey, Raleigh. 

The Tuesday evening session was concluded as the audience stood 
and the combined choirs of the Raleigh Baptist churches sang 
the "Hallelujah Chorus." 

WEDNESDAY MORNING SESSION 

35. This session opened at 9:30 o'clock with increased attendance. 
During the song service the audience sang "Praise My Soul, the 
King of Heaven." The octet sang "Break Thou the Bread of Life," 
after which Randolph L. Gregory, Wilmington, read the scripture 
and prayed. After singing "Hark the Voice of Jesus Calling" the 
regular order was followed. 



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36. Christian Education was the first order with James W. Mason, 
Laurinburg, Chairman of the Council on Christian Education, pre- 
siding. He called attention to the report (See Sec. 98, Page 148) and 
the reports of the colleges that followed. He spoke to the report 
after introducing and greeting the college presidents: Hoyt Black- 
well, Mars Hill College; Phil L. Elliott, Gardner-Webb College; 
Carlyle Campbell, Meredith College; and a special greeting was ex- 
tended to Bruce E. Whitaker, appearing for the first time before 
the Convention as President of Chowan College. 

The Christian Education Address was brought by Horace A. Mc- 
Kinney, Wake Forest College Basketball Coach and Assistant Chap- 
lain at the college in Winston-Salem. 

37. Douglas M. Branch, Rocky Mount, called attention to the 
service of President Harold W. Tribble of Wake Forest College, 
and on his motion the Convention by an overwhelming vote ex- 
tended to President Tribble a vote of confidence. 

38. The Report of the Biblical Recorder was presented by Louis S. 
Gaines, Fayetteville, Chairman of the Board of Directors. Associate 
Editor C. W. Bazemore spoke to the report which was then adopted 
upon the motion of Chairman Gaines. 

REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS OF "BIBLICAL RECORDER," INC. 

The Directors of Biblical Recorder, Incorporated, are pleased to 
present herewith to the Baptist State Convention of North Caro- 
lina their report for the year ended September 30, 1957. 

We are glad to report that there has been an encouraging in- 
crease in the circulation of the Recorder over a comparatively long 
period of years. The circulation as of October 18, 1957, was 62,120. 

We appreciate the loyalty and faithful work of pastors, denomi- 
national workers. Recorder representatives in the churches, and 
other church leaders in getting the Recorder into the homes of the 
people and we urge the continued support of all of them in this 
important task. 

Circulation Statement as of October 4, 1957 

Individual subscriptions @ $2.50 754 

Club subscriptions @ $2.00 18,436 

Every-family subscriptions @ $1.50 39,302 

Pastors, associational and N. C. missionaries, state secys 2,546 

Students, hospitals, libraries, Y. M. & Y. W. C. A.'s 389 

Complimentaries (exchanges and advertising) 201 



TOTAL COUNT 61,628 

Number of churches on Club Plan 1,057 

Number of churches on Every-family Plan _ 394 



Total number of churches on group plans... 1,451 



46 Baptist State Convention 

The following statements were taken from the auditors' report 
for the year ended September 30, 1957 : 

Biblical Recorder, Incorporated 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Statement of Profit and Loss 

12 Months Ended September 30, 1957 

REVENUE: 

From Circulation: 

Other Than Baptist State 

Convention $98,480.05 

Baptist State Convention — 
Every family 

subscriptions $28,200.00 

Baptist State Convention — 

Pastors, Etc 6,900.00 35,100.00 



Special Allocation From Baptist 

State Convention 3,919.50 

From Advertising 24,253.59 

From Sale of Cuts 1,700.78 

From Discounts Earned 845.02 

Miscellaneous Revenue 60.27 



TOTAL REVENUE $164,359.21 

EXPENSES: 

Salaries — $34,717.60 

Addressograph-Multigraph Expense 369.98 

Advertising Department Expense — Cuts.. 2,968.67 
Advertising Department Expense — 

Camera Supplies 126.83 

Insurance Expense 18.81 

Ministers' and Church Employees' 

Retirement Plan Expense 1,020.19 

F. I. C. A. Tax Expense 659.29 

Office Expense 1,058.93 

Print Paper .._ 42,848.75 

Printing Contract 64,223.80 

Postage 6,131.54 

Rent Allowance — Editor 1,200.00 

Rent Allowance — Associate 1,200.00 

Rent Expense 2,982.45 

Telephone Expense 712.84 

Travel Expense 2,129.85 

Depreciation of Fixed Assets 542.72 

Miscellaneous Expense _ 1,420,13 



TOTAL EXPENSES 164,332.38 



NET PROFIT FOR THE PERIOD $ 26.83 



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"Here we show the revenue and expense on the accrual basis 
for the twelve months indicated. Total revenue for the period was 
$164,359.21 and expenses $164,332.38. These result in a net profit 
for the year of $26.83, as compared with a loss of $2,814.03 for 
last year. 

"The total revenue this year increased $7,382.80 over last year 
and expenses increased $4,541.94. The principal expense items 
showing increases over last year were as follows: 

Amount 
of 
Expense Increase 

Print Paper $1,688.63 

Salaries 1,913.46 

Rent 1,542.45 

"Based on an average subscription of 61,741, the following tabu- 
lation shows the per subscription costs of the Recorder: 

Cost per 
Expenses Amount Subscription 

Print Paper $ 42,848.75 $ .69 

Printing Contract 64,223.80 1.04 

Salaries 34,717.60 .56 

Postage 6,131.54 .10 

Other Expenses 16,410.69 .27 

TOTAL COSTS $164,332.38 $2.66 

"We found the books in balance and excellently kept. Trial 
balances and financial and operating statements are being regularly 
prepared. 

"Our examination did not disclose any evidence of irregularities 
and we believe the funds have been carefully and honestly handled 
and all accounted for. 

"We hereby certify that, we have audited the books and records 
of the Biblical Recorder, Incorporated, Raleigh, North Carolina, 
as of Septembeer 30, 1957, and prepared the within statements. In 
our opinion the correct financial condition of the business is shown, 
together with the result of operations for the twelve months ended 
at that time, on a basis consistent with prior years." — A. T. Allen 
and Company, Auditors. 

The principal expense items which showed an increase over last 
year as listed by the auditors were print paper, salaries, and rent 
for the new Baptist building. At our request the auditors made a 
study of the per subscription cost of the Recorder, the result of 
which shows that the average cost to us of every subscription 
sent out is $2.66 per year. According to present subscription rates 
we receive only $2.00 per year for subscriptions with the exception 
of a few individuals, for which we receive $2.50 per year. Under 
these conditions it is obvious that the paper cannot be self-sustaining 



48 Baptist State Convention 

unless we have enough advertising and assistance from the Con- 
vention to make up the difference. 

The work of C. W. Bazemore, associate, during the past year 
has been in nearly every area of North Carolina in promotion of 
the Recorder in the local churches, associations, and at Baptist 
meetings generally. He has visited 158 Baptist churches primarily for 
the Recorder, and has preached in 41 worship services. He has 
attended and spoken for the Recorder at 36 of the associations in 
their annual sessions. He has worked in missions emphasis and 
deacons' schools, assisted in ordinations and other special services, 
and filled engagements for homecoming and dedication services 
in eight or more churches. He has spoken to Brotherhood, Sunday 
school. Training Union, and W.M.U. gatherings, and attended the 
conventions, conferences, and General Board sessions. He has gath- 
ered news, photographs, and articles for the Recorder through the 
year and worked closely with pastors, associational missionaries 
and others over the state in promotion of the Recorder and Baptist 
work in general. 

In addition to his editorial and administrative duties in the 
office, the editor filled engagements during the year for sermons 
and addresses in 25 or 30 churches, attended 20 or more associa- 
tional meetings, assisted in a series of revival services, assisted in 
one school of stewardship and missions, and attended several con- 
vention, conferences, and committee meetings, including annual 
meetings of both State and Southern conventions, the Executive 
Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention; Southern Baptist 
Press Association, and Associated Church Press; as a trustee he at- 
tended one meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Southern Bap- 
tist Theological Seminary; completed his work as chairman of the 
North Carolina Committee in the writing and editing of An En- 
cyclopedia of Southern Baptists; and continued to serve as record- 
ing secretary of the Allied Church League for the Abolition of 
Beverage Alcohol. 

Those of us who are in close and constant contact with the Editor 
and his able staff understand full well what a devoted group of 
fellow-workers they are who produce the Biblical Recorder for us 
week after week. We have a weekly periodical of which to be 
justly proud. We express our appreciation to Dr. Carpenter and his 
fellow workers, aware of the fact that as our subscription coverage 
has increased the quality of our paper has been steadily improved. 
And as we face the future we are confident of further progress 
"from well to better." 

We wish to express to the General Board and to the Baptist State 
Convention our appreciation for financial support of the Re- 
corder, which provides a supplement for Club and Every-Family 
Plan subscriptions so that we may keep the subscription rates as 
low as possible and thus encourage a larger circulation of the 
paper. This aid provides also compensation for sending the paper 
complimentary to North Carolina Baptist pastors, foreign mis- 



OF North Carolina 49 

sionaries and seminary students from North Carolina, and provides 
a copy of the paper for the hospitals and libraries in the state. 
For these purposes the Recorder is receiving from the Convention 
during the present calendar year a total of $41,226. In its July 
meeting the General Board voted an allocation of 1 Vi per cent of 
the Co-operative Program Fund before distribution to Southwide 
causes, or an estimated $45,000, to the Recorder for the year 1958 
for these purposes, which action is carried in its report to this 
Convention. We want to express to the Convention our deep ap- 
preciation for this appropriation. 

The Convention has year after year voted approval of the Every- 
Family Plan for securing subscriptions to the Recorder, and all 
pastors and other church leaders have been urged to promote and 
to support this plan in an effort to place the paper in every Baptist 
home in North Carolina. 

Louis S. Gaines, Chairman 

John W. Kincheloe, Vice-Chairman 

39. Egbert L. Davis, Jr., Winston-Salem, Chairman of the Board 
of Trustees of the Baptist Hospital, presented the hospital report 
(Sec. 95, Page 142). The report was discussed by Harry McCall, Hos- 
pital Intern, and approved. 

40. The report of the North Carolina Baptist Homes, Inc. (Sec. 97, 
Page 145) was presented by James M. Hayes, Winston-Salem, Su- 
perintendent, and thereafter approved upon his motion. 

41. Chairman of the Board of Trustees Ike G. Greer, Chapel Hill, 
and General Superintendent, W. C. Reed, Thomasville, presented 
and discussed the report (Sec. 96, page 143) of the Baptist Children's 
Homes of North Carolina, Inc. The report was approved upon the 
motion of Board Chairman Greer. 

42. Ottis J. Hagler, Raleigh, Associate and Secretary Retirement 
Plans, introduced the discussion on the Report of the Relief and 
Annuity (Sec. 97a, Page 147) . He then presented Fred W. Noe, Dallas, 
Texas, Treasurer of the Relief and Annuity Board, who gave the 
principal message. 

43. In behalf of the special Committee of 25, Chairman Thomas P. 
Pruitt, Hickory, discussed the great amount of research work done 
by the Committee and by sub-committee. He pointed out that while 
the Committee was making one special recommendation the Com- 
mittee Report this year was generally a Progress Report. He indi- 
cated that studies had been made involving all agencies and institu- 
tions of the Convention. The Progress Report, covering the work of 
the Committee, was submitted as a matter of information by the 
following sub-committees : 

(A) Garland Hendricks, Wake Forest, submitted the following 
progress report in behalf of the sub-committee of the Committee of 
25 on Social Service: 



50 Baptist State Convention 

PROGRESS REPORT 
SUB-COMMITTEE ON SOCIAL SERVICES 

The Committee on Social Services divided itself into three study 
Committees : 

Study Committee on Baptist Hospitals 
Study Committee on Children's Homes 
Study Committee on Homes for the Aging 

Letters were written to the heads of the Baptist institutions to be 
studied, explaining our proposed work. Questions were formulated 
by all members of the larger committee relative to the work, prob- 
lems, and future needs of each institution. We tried to make these 
questions representative of questions in the minds of our Baptist 
people everywhere. The questions were studied and for each insti- 
tution a questionnaire was prepared. 

The larger committee then visited Mills Home at Thomasville, 
where Superintendent W. C. Reid and some of his associates dis- 
cussed the work of the Children's Homes with us. 

Then we visited the Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, where 
Administrator Reid Holmes and several of his staff members talked 
with us about the work there. 

Superintendent James M. Hayes and several of his co-workers 
showed us both Rest Haven and the new home for the aging in 
Winston-Salem, then gave us facts and answered questions about 
the work of our Homes for the Aging. 

Since the visits made to the above named institutions, the three 
study committees have worked separately and now submit the fol- 
lowing progress reports: 

Homes for the Aging 

The study of this committee has made us realize that in developing 
homes for the aging men and women we face a complex and grow- 
ing situation. During the last half-century the population of the 
United States has increased 100 per cent, while the number of men 
and women over sixty-five years of age has increased 400 per cent. 
Now we have thirteen million men and women over sixty-five years 
of age, and the number is increasing at the rate of half a million 
per year. Nobody has made adequate provision for the aging people. 

We have presented a lengthy questionnaire to Superintendent 
James Hayes, and have studied his audits. He has furnished us with 
all the information we have sought. 

We have investigated such homes as now sponsored by Baptists 
in Virginia and Missouri and by Methodists in Charlotte. 

The only conclusions we have reached thus far are: 

1. We are merely touching the fringe of the real problem. We 
now care for about one hundred aged people with a property 
investment of over a million dollars. While it seems to us that we 
should be able to care for more residents in proportion to capital 



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expenditures, the proportion is about the same in ours that is in 
other homes. 

2. The support of the Homes is largely through the Special Day- 
offering. In 1956 the Homes received from Special Day offerings 
$81,376.00 and from the Co-operative Program $37,045.64. While 
this is a problem to be faced by the finance committee, we are 
of the opinion that if we are to continue our care for the aging, 
there must be a larger income from the Co-operative Program. 

3. While only thirteen persons were refused admission in 1956, 
we feel confident that were it known that we are in a position to 
care for all who need our services, there would be a large number 
of applicants, and we must be prepared to deal with this condition. 

Children's Homes 

The work of this study committee is proceeding along six lines of 
study: 1. the basic aims of the child care program, 2. the means 
and extent of its support, 3. the personnel involved, 4. the plans of 
the institution for the future, 5. the possibilities of a Baptist Press 
which inhere in the fine printing plant at Mills Home, and 6. the 
development of the foster home plan of child care. 

Conclusions and recommendations at this point are impossible as 
we still have ahead visits to the Kennedy Home and to the newly 
assumed work with Indian children at Pembroke. 

We have been most favorably impressed to this point by the quality 
of work and splendid Christian spirit in evidence at Mills Home. 
Superintendent W. C. Reed and his staff have offered whole-hearted 
co-operation at every point. There seem to be no major pressing 
needs or difficulties, as viewed in this stage of our work. 

The Baptist Hospital 

The Committee has visited the hospital three times and has studied 
the general philosophy, the administration, the finances, and the 
ministry of the institution. We have accumulated a large volume 
of factual information. 

In our study thus far we have sought to evaluate the ministry 
of the hospital in terms of: 1. Purposes and aims. 2. Services ren- 
dered, including geographical distribution of support and services 
rendered. 3. Administrative and operating costs. 4. Resources and 
income. 5. Baptist witness, including a spiritual ministry to pa- 
tients, doctors, and nurses. 6. Public relations, including relations 
with other Baptist Institutions. 7. Research and Study. 8. Outlook 
for the future. 

The Committee is exploring all phases of our hospital ministry, 
and will make every effort to relate this, in the thinking of the 
committee, to the total program of North Carolina Baptists. 

The Committee visited New Bern and spent three hours with 
leaders there who want a Baptist hospital ministry in New Bern for 



52 Baptist State Convention 

eastern North Carolina. They told the background of their appeal, 
explained how they have inaugurated a campaign to raise funds, 
described the need for hospital services in the area, and made an 
urgent appeal for immediate support by the Convention. 

Members of the study committee, of the opinion that it will be 
several months before we are in position to recommend future pat- 
terns and policies, received their facts and appeal as information 
and arranged for them to appear before the whole Committee of 
Twenty-five on Monday, November 18. 

The members of these study committees have worked diligently 
and they have been thorough in their studies. As we move into 
the final phases of the study and try to interpret how North Carolina 
Baptists may best project their ministry to the ill, the children, 
and the aging, we appeal to all of you to give us the strength of 
your prayers and the wisdom of any suggestions you wish to offer. 

(B) W. Perry Crouch, Asheville, gave the progress report 
for the Sub-Committee of the Committee of 25 on Finance: 

SUB-COMMITTEE ON FINANCE 

The Finance Committee met following the organizational meeting 
of the full Committee of 25. We discussed the over-all financial 
picture in North Carolina and especially the fact that at that time 
North Carolina Baptists were not participating in the Southern Bap- 
tist Forward Program of Church Finance. The Committee decided 
to invite Dr. Merrill Moore, Director of Promotion of the Executive 
Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention, to meet with us 
at his earliest convenience. On April 24 Dr. Moore met the Com- 
mittee in Winston-Salem for several hours of discussion of the plans 
and the advisability and advantage of North Carolina entering the 
plan. It was the unanimous decision of the Committee to recommend 
to the Convention that the North Carolina Baptist State Convention 
enter the Southern Baptist Plan as soon as possible. Incidentally, 
since that time, the Executive Committee and the General Board 
have voted to recommend this plan to the State Convention. 

The Committee also discussed the need and possibility of 
strengthening our Baptist Foundation and bring more emphasis to 
our people concerning wills and gifts for our North Carolina Baptist 
Institutions. We have no definite recommendation at this time. 

The Committee took notice of the Tither's Test Program soon to 
begin and voted to commend and support this emphasis among our 
people. 

(C) E. Norfleet Gardner, Laurinburg, gave the progress report 
for the Sub-Committee of the Committee of 25 on Christian 
Education: 

SUB-COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

In addition to four general meetings of the Committee of Twenty- 
five, the Sub-Committee on Christian Education has met three times 



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as a whole. Upon and under the direction of the Sub-Committee a 
great deal of work, involving the gathering of factual data, in- 
vestigation of records, study, and correspondence, has been carried 
out by individuals and groups within the Sub-Committee. Early 
in the course of its study the Sub-Committee sent a comprehensive 
questionnaire to the President of each of our seven Colleges. With 
painstaking care and utmost courtesy, everyone replied. The Sub- 
Committee gave it equally meticulous care in study and evaluation. 
Following the study of the questionnaire and with the significant 
insights gained therefrom, each of the seven College Presidents was 
interviewed personally by the Sub-Committee. All schools were 
allotted one and a half hours each to present the conditions in and 
under which they operate, the Christian ideals they endeavor to 
set forth, and both immediate and long term needs. We wish that 
every North Carolina Baptist could have sat with us and have 
listened to these men share the heart of their concern at the point 
of their service to the denomination and the Kingdom of God in 
the field of Christian Education. 

While the Committee is not yet ready to offer a final report nor 
to make specific recommendations, there are some things we feel 
that we ought to say to the Convention at this half-way point in 
our study. 

First, we would like to express our renewed appreciation for the 
vital significance of Christian Education in general and the work 
of our own institutions in this field in particular. We have sought 
to be guided in our study by the following basic premises: That 
Christian Higher Education (1) should provide an education in its 
field second to none and should be designed to influence the thought 
which shapes the culture of our people, to combat atheism and 
counteract materialism, to produce Christian leadership, establish 
and strengthen the foundations of our faith, and to enhance the 
continued progress of our denomination; (2) should place the highest 
emphasis upon the relationship of the individual to Christ; (3) 
should be characterized by unashamed devotion to and practice of 
the ideals of the church and the faith; and (4) should preserve our 
basic convictions as the only secure foundation without destroying 
our search for truth in freedom. 

Second, we would like to commend, as sincerely, emphatically, 
and enthusiastically as we can, the work being done now by the 
Presidents and Faculties of all our colleges. We have had our 
confidence strengthened in the able leadership of our schools, the 
academic work being carried on under capable teachers, and the 
Christian atmosphere earnestly cultivated, in spite of normal and 
expected difficulties like those that arise in any church community. 
We have found unmistakable evidence that we are served in this 
vital area of our work by men and women who are devoted, con- 
secrated, and sacrificial in spirit — moved by a sense of mission as 
compelling as that which is expected of the preacher. These leaders 



54 Baptist State Convention 

need, and without question deserve, the prayers and moral support 
of the Baptists of North Carolina. 

Third, we feel that some few preliminary statistics need to be 
shared with our people at this time. In answering an inquiry about 
immediate capital needs and those that might be projected for 10 
or 15 years, we were confronted by the $15,000,000 long-range pro- 
gram for Wake Forest, plus around $11,000,000 for the other six 
schools. The endowment of our colleges is far below what it should 
be. A total book value of $11,260,000 includes $8,760,000 endow- 
ment owned by Wake Forest College. This amount probably repre- 
sents a market value of $25,000,000 — which does not include the 
Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation. 

Operational costs for the last session amounted to something more 
than $6,600,000. Of that amount, around $435,000, less than seven 
cents out of a dollar, actually came from the treasury of the Baptist 
State Convention. This is entirely too small an amount. Other sources 
of income were chiefly from tuition and general student fees, dormi- 
tory income, dining hall and foundation revenue, college stores, 
athletics, farm and dairy (Campbell College), laundry, gifts, and 
organized research. It should be observed that in addition to the 
$435,000 for operation, the colleges received for capital outlay ap- 
proximately $500,000 from the Convention. 

The enrollment reported in these schools for the current session 
is above 6,600. The figures on which the Convention Committee's 
estimate for prospective enlargement were made were based on a 
total in our schools of 8,500, or an increase of a little less than 
30 per cent. In the light of the present enrollment of Baptists in 
other schools in North Carolina of around 20,000 or more, that 
percentage of increase is considerably less than the expected per- 
centage of increase in state schools. It is easy to make the deduction 
that we cannot cut these anticipated needs without seriously handi- 
capping the progress of seven excellent standard Baptist colleges in 
our system of education. 

We feel that our procedure should be generally as follows: The 
problem in arriving at some policy to govern our efforts to im- 
plement the purposes of Christian Higher Education as attempted 
by North Carolina Baptists has at least five possible avenues of 
approach, all of which should be carefully studied, without prejudice 
to the end that one or some combination of several may be de- 
termined as the wisest and best. ( 1 ) Possible consolidation and re- 
grouping as to the present line-up of colleges. Should we have 
fewer colleges that are larger and stronger and have these located 
as the needs of our state population distribution governs? (2) 
Within the framework of our present line-up of colleges, should 
Meredith become co-educational? (3) Should we approach the prob- 
lem with the idea of raising one or more Junior colleges to Senior 
status? (4) Should we maintain present line-up of colleges and 
establish one or more additional schools? (5) Should we simply 



OF North Carolina 55 

encourage growth and increase efficiency in service without chang- 
ing the present structure or line-up of schools? 

Fourth, we feel that some recommendations along general lines 
ought to be followed even now, before our study brings us to 
specific conclusions. Our greatest need at the present time is for 
North Carolina Baptists to renew the commitments of our hearts to 
the all-out support of Christian Higher Education as represented 
in the vital work being carried on in our family of Christian col- 
leges. This support must manifest itself in at least the following 
ways: (1) We must not only maintain but very greatly increase 
our financial support. Surely we must re-examine our right to call 
them ours while less than seven cents out of each dollar of current 
support actually comes from us. Unless we change this picture we 
cannot maintain our present work and we certainly cannot hope 
to meet the challenges of the future. (2) There must be a recogni- 
tion of the integrity and Christian devotion of the good men and 
women who serve our youth and our Lord, as Trustees, as Faculty, 
and as Administration of the colleges. We must not leap to the 
conclusion that with every difference of opinion there is subversion 
of some kind on the part of these people. They are consecrated 
people whose basic concern will match that of any of their critics 
and who deserve to have our faith in them manifested. (3) We 
must have an understanding of the problems that must be dealt 
with daily in our colleges, problems that are peculiar to the area 
of their service and even often distinctive as between the schools 
themselves, problems that require the best wisdom of which they 
and we are capable, under the leadership of God's Spirit. Their 
burdens are heavy enough without the isolation that would be 
imposed if we withhold such understanding. 

And so we call upon North Carolina Baptists in the spirit of 
Christian love, everywhere to be earnestly prayerful for our colleges 
and those who serve through them, and for your Committee as 
we seek Divine guidance in the continuation of this study. 

W. B. Harrill, Chairman 
L. H. Hollingsworth, Secretary 

44. Thomas P. Pruitt, Chairman of the Committee of 25, then 
presented L. H. Hollingsworth, Boone, who read and moved the 
adoption of the Progress Report on the subject of Federal Medical 
Research Grants. The following report involved the acceptance of 
a Federal Medical Research Grant given by a Federal Agency to 
the Bowman-Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest College that is 
being used toward the construction of additional facilities for re- 
search purposes. The report was adopted as follows: 

PROGRESS REPORT OF COMMITTEE OF 25 ON 
MEDICAL SCHOOL RESEARCH GRANTS 

In its July meeting, the General Board of the Convention asked 
the Committee of Twenty-five to study the matter of the acceptance, 



56 Baptist State Convention 

by the Bowman-Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest College, 
of Federal Funds to aid in the construction of additional facilities 
for research purposes. 

In spite of the fact that the Committee was already charged with 
the vital task of studying the total institutional life of North 
Carolina Baptists, involving stupendous amounts of work by busy 
people, with far-reaching consequences hinging upon its outcome, 
your Committee has carefully and conscientiously sought to comply 
with the request of the General Board. 

The Committee has made an exhaustive study of the work of 
the Medical School over the last decade. All the records and books 
of the School have been meticulously examined. We made a careful 
and comprehensive survey of all of the research work engaged in 
by our Medical School, both that which has been privately financed 
and that which has received government support. In addition, ex- 
haustive inquiries and investigations have been made into this whole 
field, in our own state and in other states of the Southern Baptist 
Convention. The Chairman and two other members of the Com- 
mittee spent three days in the Nation's capital, in a conference 
called by the Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs, and par- 
ticipated in by some seventy representatives from six Baptist bodies 
over the United States. This conference made a thorough examina- 
tion of the whole area of inter-action by government and religious 
institutions in the light of our doctrine of the Separation of Church 
and State. Present and participating in this conference also were 
several members of our North Carolina Convention Committee on 
Religious Liberty. Two members of our Cominittee met for some 
hours with high-ranking representatives of the United States De- 
partment of Health, Education and Welfare, who helped greatly to 
clear some of the questions that had been in the minds of our 
people. The full Committee met in Greensboro on October 29, with 
21 members present, plus the Chairman and one other member of 
the Convention Committee on Religious Liberty, and spent a full 
day in careful examination and discussion of all the information 
and factual data that had been gathered. 

A detailed report of all that we have discovered is prohibited by 
time and space. However, any and every North Carolina Baptist is 
cordially invited by the Committee and its Chairman to examine 
all of the materials in our possession. We offer here our findings, 
arrived at in the finest Christian Spirit and submitted by the Com- 
mittee in full unanimity. 

First, it is the opinion of the Committee that problems in this 
field are so vast and complex, that times and situations are changing 
so radically and rapidly, and that our interests are so vital in this 
area, that the whole area of church-state relationships as they af- 
fect us require further careful and prayerful examination before 
final, long-range policy is determined by the Convention. It ought 
to be said parenthetically here that other states are finding such 
study and re-examination necessary. 



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Second, it is the opinion of the Committee that the Trustees of 
Wake Forest College and the Administration of the College and the 
Medical School have acted in good faith in the steps they have 
taken to date in the field of medical research under government 
support. They have dealt with compelling immediate situations and 
any failure to stay within the strictest letter of Convention directive 
has been perhaps as much a matter of conscientious interpreta- 
tion forced by rapidly changing situations as anything else. It is 
the opinion of the Committee that the Convention may and should 
approve the acceptance of the facilities grant as we have the other 
research grant programs that have been our practice over a num- 
ber of years. The Committee would point out to the Convention that 
this action is in no way a contradiction of our stand with reference 
to our refusal to accept Hill-Burton Act grants for Hospital con- 
struction in 1950. In the present case there is a purely contractual 
arrangement in which we are receiving payment for full value re- 
ceived in a purely scientific and humanitarian enterprise. Indeed, 
the Government Executives consulted declare that under the "serv- 
ices rendered" provision of our Constitution we may be giving as 
much as two dollars for one. Moreover, under the Act and its re- 
sulting contract, there is no possiblity of governmental control, 
either actual or implied. The Committee feels furthermore, that any 
other course (than approval) by the Convention would be incon- 
sistent, and lead to most serious consequences. 

Third, the Committee deplores the weaknesses in our operating 
procedures that allow if they do not invite misunderstanding, con- 
troversy, and unfavorable publicity. Somehow, we must manage 
to w^ork out some procedure which recognizes the responsibility 
borne by Trustees and Administrations of Institutions to the Con- 
vention but one which is not so rigidly detailed as to make im- 
possible the sound operation of those institutions as they meet 
problems and situations which are as peculiar to them as they 
are unforseeable in detail. These findings are basic to the following 
recommendation, offered unanimously by our Committee: 

That during the next Convention year the Baptist State Conven- 
tion require its agencies and institutions to present any program 
for governments grants or any form of government aid to the Gen- 
eral Board of the Convention for review; that acceptance of any such 
grants or aid be based upon approval of both Trustees of the in- 
stitution and the General Board, and that the Committee of Twenty- 
five be requested to study the matter further, and recommend a 
future policy as a part of its report to the Convention in 1958. 

45. President Canipe now introduced W. J. Fallis, Nashville, 
Tennessee, representing the Sunday School Board, who addressed 
the Convention of the work of the Board. 

46. Director of Music Joseph O. Stroud, introduced the Meredith 
College Choir. Miss Clara Hudson was the soloist. Edward Blanchard 
directed with Miss Ruth Young serving as accompanist. 



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47. "Imperatives for Missionary Advance" was the theme of the 
message given by Casper C. Warren, Charlotte, which closed the 
morning session. 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON SESSION 

48. The largest attendance was present for this session. "When 
I Survey the Wondrous Cross" and "Break Thou the Bread of Life" 
were the opening hymns. Clarence Nida, Greensboro, read the scrip- 
ture and prayed. The Octet sang selections from "There Is a Green 
Hill Far Away." 

49. The first order was the presentation by Claud B. Bowen, 
Greensboro, Chairman of the Report of the Committee to Nominate 
Members of the General Board, and Trustees and Directors of In- 
stitutions and Agencies of the Convention. The report follows: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE TO NOMINATE MEMBERS OF 
BOARDS AND INSTITUTIONS— 1957 

Members of General Board: George G. Simmons, Wadesboro, 
Anson Association; John W. Privott, Atlantic, Atlantic Association; 
Joseph Dubose, Jr., Marion, Blue Ridge Association; James M. Parks, 
Union Grove, Brier Creek Association; E. J. Prevatte, Southport, 
Brunswick Association; Henry A. Morgan, Wilkesboro, Brushy 
Mountain Association; W. A. Huneycutt, Black Mountain, Buncombe 
Association; L. W. Jacobs, Pembroke, Burnt Swamp Association; 
J. D. Griffin, Cherokee, Cherokee Association; J. H. Moore, Elizabeth 
City, Chowan Association; Robert C. Foster, Whiteville, Columbus 
Association; Corbett Coleman, Ash, Dock Association; J. J. Tarlton, 
Rutherfordton, Green River Association; P. E. Jones, Sims, Johnston 
Association: Mrs. John Lawrence & E. B. Hicks, Shelby, Kings 
Mountain Association; W. B. Carr, Matthews, Mecklenburg As- 
sociation; Marion E. Parker, Troy, Montgomery Association; Wil- 
liam M. York, Greensboro, Piedmont Association; Robert N. Simms, 
Jr., Raleigh, Raleigh Association; Herbert P. Miller, Asheboro, Ran- 
dolph Association; David M. Britt, Fairmont, Robeson Association; 
J. A. Richardson, Jr., Salisbury, Rowan Association; W. N. Reese, 
Morganton, South Mountain Association; Zeb Baker, Sylva, Tucka- 
seigee Association; Elwood Orr, Wilmington, Wilmington Associa- 
tion; Homer Brady, Jonesville, Yadkin Association. 

Campbell College 

Term Expiring 1960: W. M. Womble, Sanford, to replace R. P. 
Holding, deceased, and Charles Norwood, Goldsboro, to replace Mrs. 
L. L. Edgerton, resigned. 

Term Expiring 1961: Herbert M. Baucom, Jr., Oxford; John 
Fletcher, Charlotte; Dennis W. Hockaday, Durham; Roy M. Purser, 
Raleigh; Mrs. J. H. Strickland, Four Oaks; Roy Clifford, Lexington. 



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Wake Forest College 

Term Expiring 1961: James S. Potter, Raleigh; Mrs. Earl James, 
Elkin; Gilmer Cross, Goldsboro; Charles H. Larkins, Sr., Kinston; 
Swan Haworth, Lumberton; O. M. Mull, Shelby; J. C. Cammack, 
Fayetteville; Charles B. Summey, Knightdale; Charles Jenkins, Au- 
lander. 

Baptist Children's Homes ^ 

Term Expiring 1961: Alonzo Burris, Lincolnton; C. B. Hasbrouck, 
Bladenboro; Dr. D. E. Ward, Jr., Lumberton; A. T. Green, Jr., 
Wilmington; H. L. Ferguson, Charlotte. 

Chowan College 

Term Expiring 1961: McDaniel Lewis, Greensboro; Felix Arnold, 
Enfield; Irby B. Jackson, Greenville; W. D. Morris, Wilmington; 
R. E. Evans, Ahoskie; George Gibbs, Murfreesboro. 

Baptist Hospital 

Term Expiring 1961: Mrs. George T. Watkins, Durham; Mack M. 
Goss, Hendersonville; Dr. D. R. Perry, Durham; J. E. Rawlinson, 
High Point; Colin Stokes, Winston-Salem; Dr. J. G. Raby, Tarboro. 

Biblical Recorder 

Term Expiring 1961: T. Lacy Williams, Raleigh (unexpired); L. D. 
Holt, Raleigh; Mrs. Dwight Cook, Drexel; Aubrey M. Quakenbush, 
Kings Mountain; James Blackmore, Spring Hope. 

Baptist Homes 

Term Expiring 1961: Carrol Weaver, Greensboro; Robert Philpott, 
Lexington; J. H. Boyd, Jr., Greenville; Mrs. McDaniel Lewis, 
Greensboro; Mrs. Fred Waddell, Bina. 

Baptist Foundation 

Term Expiring 1961: H. G. Ashecraft, Charlotte. 
Term Expiring 1962: Dwight Barbour, Clayton; L. O. Branch, 
Durham. 

Gardner-Webb College 

Term Expiring 1961: Mrs. Earnie Shore, Winston-Salem; Keener 
Pharr, Charlotte; R. E. Price, Rutherfordton; Clarence E. Beach, 
Lenoir; Walter E. Crissman, High Point; Willard Weeks, Ridgecrest; 
Dr. Donald Moore, Coats. 

Mars Hill College 

Term Expiring 1961: R. O. Huffman, Morganton; Otis Broyhill, 
Marion; W. M. Brooks, Charlotte; Mrs. George Pennell, Asheville; 
John H. Knight, Concord; Mrs. C. M. Palmer, Albemarle. 



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Meredith College 

Term Expiring 1961: D. J. Thurston, Jr., Wilson; Mrs. Tom Law- 
rence, Cliffside; Charles E. Parker, New Bern; Jack B. Wilder, 
Durham; Mrs. W. R. Wagoner, North Wilkesboro; Robert Gilbert, 
Kinston; John M. Simms, Raleigh. 

Wingate College 

Term Expiring 1961: Dr. Grady Faulk, Monroe; W. J. Smith, Jr., 
Charlotte; John M. Sykes, Statesville; Mrs. Alice Perry, Wingate; 
Russell E. Tucker, Charloltte; Jack Stickley, Charlotte. 

50. Robert D. Holleman, Durham, submitted a new slate of nomi- 
nees for Trustees of Wake Forest College for the term expiring 
1961, namely: Mrs. J. M. Broughton, A. P. Stephens, J. S. Brewer, 
I. Beverly Lake, John A. McLeod, Robert Forney, H. Pat Taylor, 
Calvin Knight and Fred Williams. 

51. Upon the motion of Committee Chairman Bowen the Conven- 
tion agreed to accept all the nominees recommended by his Com- 
mittee with the exception of Wake Forest College. 

52. Upon the motion of Robert D. Holleman it was agreed that 
the Convention Messengers, would, at the evening session, vote on 
the nominees as submitted by the Convention Committee and the 
slate of names that he had nominated to serve as Trustees of Wake 
Forest College for the term expiring in 1961. 

53. James M. Bulman's motion to censor Harold W. Tribble, 
Winston-Salem, for testimony given in the North Rocky Mount 
Baptist Church case was tabled upon the motion of Charles E. Mad- 
drey, Hillsboro. 

54. Charles B. Deane, Rockingham, submitted in behalf of Camp- 
bell College the following resolution to borrow $465,000 for the pur- 
poses described in the resolution. It was pointed out that all Con- 
stitutional requirements up to this time had been complied with 
and that the Convention was now asked to give its approval. By 
the required majority of three-fifths of the Convention Messengers, 
the resolution was approved for the first time as follows: 

Resolution Authorizing Campbell College To Borrow $465,000. 

WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of Campbell College finds it 
necessary, in order for such institution to properly carry on its 
work, to borrow $465,000 to be used for the purpose of constructing 
two dormitories and twelve (12) duplex houses consisting of twenty- 
four (24) apartment units (for use by married students), and 

WHEREAS, said Board of Trustees has the prospect of obtaining 
a loan in this amount at a low interest rate, 

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Baptist State Con- 
vention of North Carolina, in session in the City of Raleigh, North 
Carolina, November 19-21, 1957: 



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1. That the Board of Trustees of Campbell College be and it is 
hereby authorized and empowered to borrow an amount not to 
exceed $465,000 to be used for the purpose of constructing two 
dormitories and 12 duplex houses consisting of 24 apartment units 
(for use by married students) at such institution; 

2. That the sum so borrowed, together with the interest thereon, 
shall be repaid over a period not in excess of 40 years, the pay- 
ments of principal and interest to be made in approximately equal 
annual installments; 

3. That said Board of Trustees be and it is hereby authorized and 
empowered to execute, or cause to be executed in the name of 
Campbell College on its behalf by its authorized officers, general 
obligation notes or bonds of the College evidencing the indebted- 
ness incurred under the authority of the resolution and also to 
execute, or cause to be executed in the name of Campbell College 
and on its behalf by its authorized officers, a mortgage or deed of 
trust upon the land which such dormitories or apartments shall be 
erected, together with the approaches thereto; provided, however, 
that such mortgage or deed of trust shall not in any way encumber 
any other property presently owned by Campbell College; 

4. That no part of the indebtedness incurred by Campbell College 
by reason of this resolution shall be deemed or held to be in any 
respect an indebtedness or obligation of the Baptist State Con- 
vention of North Carolina and neither the Baptist State Convention 
of North Carolina, nor its General Board shall assume any respon- 
sibility whatever for the repayment of such loan or any interest 
thereon. 

The above requested loan has previously been presented to and 
considered by the General Board of the Baptist State Convention 
and passed on to the Convention for ratification. (See Section 81, 
Page 71.) 

55. Nominations for the election of Convention Officers now took 
place. The following were nominated for Convention President: 
E. Norfleet Gardner, Laurinburg, was nominated by W. Harrison 
Williams, Charlotte; W. Perry Crouch, Asheville, was nominated by 
Casper W. Warren, Charlotte; Claud B. Bowen, Greensboro, was 
nominated by J. Clyde Turner, Raleigh; A. LeRoy Parker, Greens- 
boro, was nominated by Donald Austin, Greensboro; and Basil M. 
Watkins, Durham, was nominated by John N. Blalock, Norwood. 

The first standing vote for the five nominees indicated that neither 
candidate received a majority. On the second standing vote between 
A. LeRoy Parker and Claud B. Bowen, who received the greatest 
number of votes on the first ballot, A. LeRoy Parker was declared 
to have been elected President. The election of President Parker 
was made unanimous upon the motion of Claud B. Bowen. 

56. The motion of Alfred F. Gibson, Rocky Mount, was accepted 
that the three nominees receiving the highest vote for President on 
the first and. second ballots be declared First, Second, and Third 



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Vice-Presidents. The motion was approved. Claud B. Bowen be- 
came First Vice-President; W. Perry Crouch became Second Vice- 
President; E. Norfleet Gardner became Third Vice-President. 

57. Malloy A. Huggins, Raleigh, was re-elected General Secretary 
and Treasurer upon the nomination of Charles E. Maddry, Hillsboro. 

58. Charles B. Deane, Rockingham, was re-elected Recording 
Secretary upon the motion of Douglas M. Branch, Rocky Mount. 

59. Leonard L. Morgan, Raleigh, was re-elected Statistical Secre- 
tary upon the motion of Douglas M. Branch, Rocky Mount. 

60. R. L. McMillan, Raleigh, N. M. Gurley, Raleigh, and F. H. 
Brooks, Smithfield, were re-elected Trustees of the Convention upon 
the motion by V. Ward Barr, Gastonia. 

61. Director of Promotion of the Executive Committee of the 
Southern Baptist Convention, Merrill D. Moore, Nashville, Ten- 
nessee, was introduced by Earle L. Bradley, Raleigh, to bring the 
special message at this hour. 

62. Henry B. Anderson, Durham, Chairman of the Committee to 
Report on the General Board's Report, made the following report: 
(See Sec. 91, Page 97). 

(a) That Recommendations 1 and 2 on financial goals and 
on the Division of Funds be approved. Chairman Anderson 
advised that his committee heard but declined to recommend 
the proposed substitute change in the Division of Funds as 
recommended by C. D. Bessinger, Asheville. (Sec. 14, page 38.) 
However, upon the motion of C. D. Bessinger the Convention 
voted to consider at this time his substitute recommendation 
and after a lengthy discussion the substitute recommendation 
was approved. 

(b) Chairman Anderson moved and the Convention ap- 
proved Recommendation 3 of the General Board's Report. 

(c) Recommendation 4 was amended and approved upon the 
motion of Chairman Anderson to read: 

"That the General Board be authorized to make an appropria- 
tion to the Allied Church League in an amount not to exceed 
$10,000, and that the Board authorize an appropriation of 
$2,000 to P.O.A.U." 

(d) Recommendations 5, 6 and 7 were approved by the 
Convention upon the motion of Chairman Anderson. 

(e) Chairman Anderson then read special Recommendation 8 
and upon his motion was approved as follows: 

"That following the adjournment of the North Carolina Bap- 
tist State Convention of 1957 no major proposal of expansion 
be presented by any of our institutions either to the General 
Board or the Convention until the report of the Committee 
of 25 to the Convention has been made." 



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* The following statement was presented by C. B. Deane and 
adopted by the General Board: 

"At the 1957 Baptist State Convention the Committee to Report 
on the General Board's Report made the following recommen- 
dation : 

" 'That following the adjournment of the North Carolina Baptist 
State Convention of 1957, no major proposal of expansion be pre- 
sented by any of our institutions, either to the General Board or 
to the Convention, until the report of the Committee of Twenty-five 
to the Convention.' 

"Following the meeting of the 1957 Baptist State Convention, 
certain institutions of the Convention requested the Committee to 
Report on the General Board's Report to give a fuller interpreta- 
tion of the meaning and intent of the above mentioned recom- 
mendation. 

"Henry B. Anderson, Durham, Chairman of the Committee to 
Report on the General Board's Report, made a personal poll of the 
membership of his committee and the committee agreed that their 
action was intended to mean that no plans be made to launch a 
major expansion to establish some new Baptist institutions until 
the Committee of 25 could make its report. The committee agreed 
that the recommendation was not intended to restrain any of our 
established Baptist colleges or institutions from carrying out any 
plans that they may have had prior to the meeting of the Conven- 
tion for the erection of needed facilities on their present grounds. 

"The General Board in this 1958 meeting agrees to the above 
interpretation as to the intent and purpose of the original recom- 
mendation made by the Committee to Report on the General Board's 
Report at the 1957 Convention of the North Carolina Baptist State 
Convention." 

(f) Recommendation 9 was then read to the Convention by 
Chairman Anderson "That the wording of Recommendation 8 
in the Advance Report be changed to read as follows: 

"That the Convention be asked to re-affirm its action of 1937 
with regard to the prohibition of social dancing in connection 
with students' life in our colleges." 

Claude U. Broach, Charlotte, was recognized. He stated that a 
substitute motion would be offered to give to the Trustees and the 
administrations of the North Carolina Baptist Colleges the right 
to determine college policy with respect to recreation and social 
activity. 

The Convention had previously voted to allow one hour for a 
discussion of the proposed motion. 

Claude U. Broach, Charlotte, presided during the half hour when 
the following speakers advocated the acceptance of the motion to 
give to the college trustees and the administrations the right to 



* Upon the motion of C. B. Deane, the General Board in annual meeting, in 
Raleigh on January 13, 14, 1958, approved the above statement as being the 
correct interpretation of that action of the Convention in the adoption of the 
resolution described in Sec. 62 (e) page 62. 



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grant and regulate supervised dancing on the college campuses: 
W. Herbert Weatherspoon, Raleigh, Trustee of Meredith College; 
Miss Lois Johnson, Winston-Salem, Dean of Women of Wake Forest 
College; Larry Williams, Ministerial Student and President of the 
Student Body, Wake Forest College; Charles B. Deane, Rockingham, 
President of the Board of Trustees of Meredith College. Then Judge 
Hubert E. Olive, President of Board of Trustees of Wake Forest 
College, submitted this motion: 

"That notwithstanding any previous action, it is hereby declared 
to be Convention policy that the social and recreational policies of 
our Baptist Colleges and institutions be left to the discretion of 
the Administrations and the Boards of Trustees of each." 

For the next half hour T. L. Cashwell, Gastonia, presided and 
the following ministers spoke in opposition to the motion presented 
by Judge Olive: Wendell G. Davis, Statesville; M. O. Owens, Lenoir; 
E. W. Price, Jr., High Point; John E. Lawrence, Shelby; and Cas- 
per C. Warren, Charlotte. 

Upon a standing vote the Convention voted against the motion 
submitted by Judge Olive. Thereafter the Convention approved 
Recommendation 9 as presented by the Committee to Report on the 
General Board's Report. 

63. John E. Lawrence, Shelby, was recognized who submitted 
the following motion which was approved: 

"That a committee of 17 be appointed by the Committee on 
Committees to make a study of ways by which the spiritual life of 
each of our seven colleges would be enhanced or deepened; that 
its study include further an appraisal of any attitudes, activities, 
or organizations on our campuses which might be hindering the 
development of a genuinely spiritual atmosphere upon our college 
campuses; and 

"That a report of findings with definite recommendations be 
made to the Convention which convenes in November 1958." 

64. The following motion offered by M. O. Owens, Jr., Lenoir, was 
approved: 

"That all trustees of our institutions elected by the Convention 
be notified, in writing of their election, by the Recording Secretary 
of the Convention; that the Committee on Committees be in- 
structed to appoint a Committee of Nine, three of whom shall be 
chosen from among the administrative heads of our institutions, 
which shall study and 

( 1 ) Prepare a statement of permanent policy describing and 
setting forth the relationships of the Convention to the Trustees, 
the Trustees to the Convention, the Trustees to the Institutions 
and the Institutions to the Convention. 

(2) Devise at the earliest possible moment a method of orient- 
ing, training, and instructing all Trustees as to their duties, 
responsibilities, prerogatives and relationships. 

65. At 5:30 p.m. the Wednesday Afternoon Session adjourned. 



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WEDNESDAY EVENING SESSION 

66. The messengers and visitors filled the Raleigh Memorial 
Auditorium to overflowing for this session. "Dear Lord and Father 
of Mankind" and "Crown Him With Many Crowns" were the opening 
hymns that were sung. The scripture and the prayer were led by 
James O. Mattox, Hertford. The devotional period continued with 
the Octet singing "Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven." 

67. Mrs. W. K. McGee, Winston-Salem, President of Woman's 
Missionary Union of North Carolina, presided during the considera- 
tion of the W.M.U. Report. Mrs. McGee first spoke to the report 
which follows and on her motion it was adopted after Mrs. R. Know- 
Ian Benfield, Hickory, brought the special message: 

REPORT OF WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Auxiliary to the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 

A statistical report of work accomplished through the 7,654 or- 
ganizations that comprise Woman's Missionary Union of North 
Carolina is contained in the Minutes of their annual meeting and 
is available upon request to the state WMU office. The fact that 
Woman's Missionary Union's organizational year closes Septem- 
ber 30 and all annual reports have not yet been received makes it 
impossible to present complete figures as early as November. 

In this report three words might be used to mark the significance 
of the work of Woman's Missionary Union through the past year: 

(1) CO-OPERATION is essential for an organzation that carries 
in its name the term "auxiliary." The president of Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union, Mrs. W. K. McGee, and the executive secretary have 
spoken at a number of general associational meetings, emphasizing 
missions as the business of the entire church. The executive secre- 
tary was on the faculty of the Vacation Bible School Clinic at Fruit- 
land. The Sunbeam chairman taught in a Training Union study 
course. The Youth Secretary participated in a number of campus 
and statewide activities of the Baptist Student Union. 

The moving of all Baptist offices together into one Baptist Build- 
ing has served to make all parts of the convention more aw^are 
of our interdependence and oneness of spirit. This in itself has 
given impetus to co-operative efforts. 

The allocations of the Heck-Jones Memorial Offering received 
by WMU organizations in June afforded further opportunity for 
co-operation: $5,000 being designated for furnishings of the Baptist 
Building; $4,800 given to meet specific State Mission needs recom- 
mended by the Department of State Missions; and $250 contributed 
to the expense of the International Student Retreat being sponsored 
by the North Carolina and Virginia Baptist Student Unions. 

In July a new missionary effort was launched at North Carolina 
Baptist Assembly at Caswell — a World Mission Week for the 
family, sponsored jointly by Woman's Missionary Union and the 
Baptist Brotherhood. The approximately 600 men, women and chil- 



66 Baptist State Convention 

dren attending this week's altogether missionary program attested 
vocally as well as by their presence to the desire for such an em- 
phasis. Their expressed request for a "repeat performance" next 
summer implies its value. 

For the two annual Interracial Institutes that have been a part 
of North Carolina Woman's Missionary Union's plan of work for 
a number of years, it was good to have the co-operation of Mr. 
W. R. Grigg of the Department of Negro Work as a featured 
speaker. 

Tithing having always headed the list of stewardship emphases 
of Woman's Missionary Union, co-operation in the Tithers' Prove 
Me Program was no more than the continued promotion of one 
of its basic objectives. Channeling the tithe through the co-operative 
program via the church budget is the long-adopted, consistently 
urged plan of giving of Woman's Missionary Union. 

The merging of the Woman's Missionary Union Season of Prayer 
and Offering for State Missions with the Sunday School State Mis- 
sion Offering marked yet another co-operative undertaking. 
Uniting with all departments in the preparation and distribution 
of material, maintaining its characteristic emphasis upon prayer 
and study equalling if not surpassing the value of monetary gifts, 
and promoting the reception of one churchwide offering was 
broad forward step in togetherness. The verbal response to this 
plan has been gratifying. The financial results remain yet to be 
reckoned. 

(2) CAMPING has been a growing emphasis of Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union. This year's missionary camping program proved 
that both facilities and leadership personnel were inadequate to 
meet the demands. An essential for an effective camping pro- 
gram being a limited attendance, the only way to care for larger 
numbers is to add weeks of camping. There being only one Youth 
Secretary, and it still being impossible for one person to be two 
places at the same time, approximately 400 junior girls were turned 
away from GA camps this summer. There were four weeks of 
camp, under the direction of Miss Janet Wilson, attended by some 
1,200 junior and intermediate girls. Already six weeks of GA camps 
have been scheduled for 1958 to meet this demand. 

The second year of Sunbeam Camps, in which attendance is rigidly 
limited by Miss Beverly Neilson, Sunbeam Chairman, had 200 
counselors and children in attendance for the two week. 

(3) TRAINING of its leadership has received added emphasis by 
Woman's Missionary Union during the past year. There has been an 
increased number of associational WMU leadership conferences. 
Due to a revision in the plan of work, there is an increased num- 
ber of WMU leaders in each local church, one position having been 
broken down into three. This fall the State WMU promoted eight- 
hour leadership conferences in each of ten regions, with a faculty 
composed of state WMU officers and chairmen. The total attendance 



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at these meetings was 5,200, a tremendous increase over the num- 
ber (2,200) reached in similar leadership conferences last year. 

Miss Janet Wilson, for 5 ¥2 years Youth Secretary of North Caro- 
lina Woman's Missionary Union, resigned September first to enter 
graduate study at Baylor University. The value of Miss Wilson's 
leadership in the missionary education of the young people of 
North Carolina can be only partially appreciated today. The to- 
morrows of many years will bear the harvest of seed she patiently 
planted in the hearts of today's youth. Woman's Missionary Union 
of North Carolina has been abidingly blessed by her life and serv- 
ice among us. At this writing, her successor has not been elected. 

October first officially marked the transfer of Royal Ambassa- 
dors from the fostering of Woman's Missionary Union to the spon- 
sorship of the Baptist Brotherhood. , Though we pass them on 
confidently to the supervision of their fathers' rapidly growing or- 
ganization, there shall be no serving of interest in this missionary 
organization for boys. 

In all of its meetings, programs and activities, Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union has steadfastly sought to avoid the promotion of 
organizations alone, endeavoring rather to promote the cause of 
missions — through mission study, prayer, stewardship and com- 
munity missions. Only as the members of its organizations in reality 
become missionaries — at home and afar — can its program be 
said to be successful. One nearsighted glance at today's world would 
completely frustrate any boast. We can say merely that we have 
tried. And we can pledge our prayers and continued efforts to the 
end that all Christians may awake to the obligation that the 
name implies. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Miriam J. Robinson, Executive Secretary 

68. At this time ballots were distributed and the messengers 
voted on the two slates of candidates for Trustee of Wake Forest 
College. Prior to the voting a motion by J. Wilbur Bunn, Raleigh, 
prevailed which required that each ballot be signed by the person 
voting. Following the tally, which was not completed until after 
the adjournment of this session, it was announced that each of 
the nominees recommended by the Committee to Nominate Mem- 
bers of the General Board, and Trustees and Directors of Institutions 
and Agencies of the Convention, had each received a clear majority 
(Sec. 49, 50, page 58 and 60). 

69. Upon the instructions of the Recording Secretary, Charles B. 
Deane, the signed ballots were taken by Leon P. Spencer and 
Claude F. Gaddy and in the presence of Marshall E. Newton, 
Manager of the Raleigh Bus Terminal, were destroyed by burning 
in the furnace of the bus station. 

70. Gilbert Pierce, Greensboro, was recognized and stated that he 
was giving notice that on tomorrow he would offer a motion to 



68 Baptist State Convention 

amend Article 6, Officers, of the Constitution, to provide for the 
election of a Parliamentarian. 

71. Under the direction of Ben Johnson, Wake Forest, the South- 
eastern Baptist Theological Seminary sang "Psalm 150" and "Lord, 
Make Me an Instrument of Thy Peace." 

V. Ward Barr, Gastonia, requested Mrs. Foy Farmer, Raleigh, 
and E. Norfleet Gardner, Laurinburg, to come to the platform. These 
three being the North Carolina Members of the Foreign Mission 
Board. With V. Ward Barr now presiding the Foreign Mission Pro- 
gram was presented. 

The theme developed by each speaker was "Christ Lifted up." 
Elmo Scoggin was the first speaker on the Near East. He was fol- 
lowed by John S. McGee on Africa, Mrs. J. D. Belote on Far East, 
and H. E. Hurst on South America. The closing message was 
brought by H. Cornell Goerner, representing the Foreign Mission 
Board, Richmond, Virginia. 

72. This session adjourned following prayer by E. Norfleet 
Gardner, Laurinburg. 

THURSDAY MORNING SESSION 

73. The final session opened at 9:30 o'clock. Many messengers 
had departed for home. With some one thousand messengers present 
Joseph O. Stroud, Director of Music with the Octet (Sec. 3, page 33), 
led in the singing of "Breathe On Me, Breath of God" and "He 
Leadeth Me." Gerald C. Primm, Raleigh, read the scripture and 
prayed. The Octet sang "It May Not Be On the Mountain Heights." 

President Canipe recognized General Secretary Malloy A. Huggins, 
Raleigh. The General Secretary requested that he be allowed to 
review the action of the Convention (Sec. 62a, page 62) in voting 
to change the Division of Funds different from the Division of 
Funds originally recommended in the Report on the General Board's 
Report. After a discussion by the General Secretary, E. G. Conklin, 
Williamston, stated that having voted to change the Division of 
Funds, he qualified to move for a reconsideration of the vote 
taken by the convention during the Wednesday Afternoon Session. 

C. D. Bessinger, Asheville, whose motion on the previous day had 
prevailed to change the Division of Funds, insisted that the Con- 
vention stand by the earlier vote. 

Among those who spoke to reconsider the action taken by the 
Convention was W. C. Reed, Thomasville, General Superintendent 
of the Baptist Children's Home of North Carolina. He with other 
speakers expressed concern over any radical change in the Division 
of Funds without knowing the full implications. He stated that prac- 
tically every institution and agency of the Convention could be 
seriously affected. 

Charles J. Tucker, High Point, called for the question and upon 
the vote the Convention voted to reconsider the action previously 
taken. 



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Thereafter on motion by Henry B. Anderson, Durham, Chairman 
of the Committee to Report on the General Board, the Convention 
voted to accept Recommendations 1 and 2 of the Report of the 
General Board's Report. 

74. Wiley Mitchell, Raleigh, asked that the Convention request 
the Trustees of Wake Forest College to make public the 1955 Trus- 
tees Investigation of the Administration of Wake Forest College. 
Claude U. Broach, Charlotte, a Member of the Wake Forest Board 
of Trustees, stated that the investigation and study had been made 
in confidence and that in all fairness it was not the honorable 
position to take in making public the complete record of the report. 
His motion prevailed that the Trustees be asked to deliver in con- 
fidence the report of the investigation to the Executive Committee 
of the General Board and that after a careful study and review 
the Executive Committee of the General Board would decide and 
make a statement on what, if any, information from the report 
should be released to the Biblical Recorder and Charity and Chil- 
dren. 

75. The Convention approved the motion made by C. D. Bessinger, 
Asheville, that the officials of the Convention publish in the Biblical 
Recorder, prior to the annual meeting of the Convention, a financial 
statement of the Convention budget and the General Board's Recom- 
mendations on tlie Distribution of Funds.* 

76. Notice having been given on yesterday Gilbert R. Pierce, 
Greensboro, moved a change in the Constitution to provide that 
Article 6, Officers, after the word Treasurer, the word Parliamen- 
tarian be added. The motion to change the Constitution prevailed. 
(Sec. 79, Page 71.) 

77. Marse Grant, Thomasville, Chairman of the Committee on 
Publicity, presented the report and upon his motion it was approved 
as follows: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON PUBLICITY 

The work of your Publicity Committee has grown to be a tre- 
mendous responsibility in recent years. Not even the Southern 
Baptist Convention has more than 35 reporters and photographers 
covering its sessions. In this modern day, our witness is deeply 
affected by what people think of Baptists. It is unfortunate that 
many people have a one-sided impression about what we are trying 
to do in this great state of ours. 

Your Committee has worked closely with the press in an effort 
to give a clear and concise interpretation of what has transpired 
during this convention. Every effort has been made to help them 
keep the issues in proper balance. Irrelevant issues frequently 
dominate the news concerning our Baptist program in North Caro- 
lina. To keep these in the right perspective is a challenge to all of 
us, especially your Committee on Publicity. 



* Already provided for in By-Laws of Convention. See Article III, Subsec. 4. 



70 Baptist State Convention 

It will be well to keep this one fact in mind: what 830,000 North 
Carolina Baptists do is news. We must accept this fact and con- 
duct ourselves accordingly. Your committee is concerned about the 
impressions the non-Baptist public is getting of our endeavors for 
Christ in North Carolina. When controversial and divisive matters 
domJnate the news concerning Baptists, it is exceedingly difficult 
to tell the real story of what Baptists are doing in a constructive 
way. It must be admitted that Baptists are getting more than their 
rightful share of unfavorable publicity these days, as pointed out 
in your Committee of 25 report yesterday. Conflict always makes 
news, whether it involves individuals, organizations, or religious 
denominations. 

Once again, your Committee on Publicity urges Baptists in their 
local communities to cultivate the friendship of news-disseminating 
agencies. Such contact will not only help your local church pro- 
gram, but will serve to acquaint the general public with the many 
constructive things Baptists are doing at home as well as around 
the world. We would suggest that Pastors Conferences and other 
groups have programs on publicity and public relations. No doubt, 
there are many people in your community capable of leading a 
discussion on this vital subject. 

Your Committee would like to express appreciation to the pro- 
gram personalities of this convention for their co-operation in pro- 
viding advance copies of their messages. This co-operation has not 
only facilitated coverage, but has proved helpful in getting accurate 
statements of the various speakers. 

The largest number of reporters and photographers in the history 
of our Baptist State Convention has covered this meeting. They 
have made a conscientious effort to do a good job. 

Your Committee is deeply indebted to several people, not members 
of the Committee, who have ably assisted us in doing the job. Special 
mention should be made of Walter Warfford, Winston-Salem; Rus- 
sell Brantley, Wake Forest College; Claude Gaddy, Raleigh; and 
John Roberts, Gardner-Webb College; Roberts Lasater, Raleigh; 
Bob Walker, Baptist Hospital, Winston-Salem; Mrs. J. W. Weathers, 
Jr., Southeastern Seminary, Wake Forest; and my wife. 

The following reporters and photographers have covered this con- 
vention : 

Biblical Recorder — C. W. Bazemore, Miss Kate Matthews. 

Charlotte: News — John L. Borchert; Observer — Jay Jenkins, 
Raleigh Bureau. 

Durham: Herald — Ed Hodge, Jim Sparks, Graham E. Jones; 
WTVD-TV — Scott Jarrett. 

Greensboro: Daily News — David S. Greene, Burke Davis; 
Record — Charles Hamilton; WFMY-TV — Gorner Lesch, Bob 
Campbell. 

Raleigh: WNAO-TV — Fred Scott; Associated Press — Noel 
Yancey; United Press — O'Neal Hendricks, Robert E. Gately, 



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John W. Amerson, Newspictures; News and Observer — Charles A. 
Clay, Thomas Inman, Photographer, David Murray, Bob Lynch; 
Times — A. C. Snow, Miss Nancy Duckett; WPTF — Graham Foyner, 
Phil Ellis, Jim Capps; WRAL-TV — Bill Armstrong, Gray Gollar; 
WRAL Radio — Ted Davis. 

Winsto"n-Salem : The Journal — Dick Creed; Twin-City Sentinel 
—Sid Bost; WSJS Radio & TV — Hank Pointel; Old Gold and 
Black, Wake Forest College student paper — Miss Hannah Miller, 
Bill Connelly, Irvin Grigg; Association of Afternoon Newspapers — 
Lynn Nesbitt, Raleigh. 

78. A motion was made by W. S. Caudle, Albemarle, that a Com- 
mittee of Nine be named to disseminate Baptist News after it had 
been channeled through Baptist publications. A substitute motion 
offered by Douglas M. Branch, Rocky Mount, was approved that 
this matter be referred to the Executive Committee of the General 
Board. 

79. Charles B. Deane, Rockingham, suggested that it would be 
difficult for the Convention to elect from the floor someone to fill 
the newly created post of Parliamentarian. He suggested and the 
Convention approved his motion that the Committee on Committees 
be instructed to bring in a recommendation. (See Sec. 80, Page 71.) 

80. Tom Lawrence, Chairman of the Committee on Committees, 
moved with the approval of the Convention, that a suitable Parlia- 
mentarian be recommended to the General Board in the January 
1958 meeting and that the Board be empowered to elect the Parlia- 
mentarian to serve during the 1958 Convention.* 

81. Chairman John H. Knight, Concord, of the Committee on 
Resolutions, made the following report:* (See Page 75 Special 
Resolution) . 

First: Upon his motion and by a three-fifths vote of the mes- 
sengers present the Resolution to authorize Campbell College to 
borrow $465,000 was approved. (Sec. 54, Page 60.) 

Second: The Chairman moved and the Convention approved the 
resolution presented by the Associational Missionaries that the 
General Board set aside a week in the calendar of the Convention 
program for a week of prayer for Associational Missions; that 
preferably the time be from the Second through the Third Sunday 
in April of each year. 

Third: The Chairman advised that the Committee on Resolutions 
declined to act on the resolution submitted by James M. Bulman, 
East Spencer, concerning Autonomy of local Baptist Churches, 
since the Convention had previously acted on this subject and a 
Constitutional amendment on Church Autonomy had been approved. 

At this point James M. Bulman, East Spencer, rose to a point of 
personal privilege. The President recognized J. Boyce Brooks, 



* The General Board meeting Jan. 13, 14. 1958, named Shearon Harris, Raleigh, 
to serve until the election of officers during the 1958 Convention. 



72 Baptist State Convention 

Greensboro, who stated that James M. Bulman had harassed the 
Convention on several occasions and had attempted to embarass the 
Convention President. A motion was then made by J. Boyce Brooks 
that the floor of the Convention be denied James M. Bulman for the 
remainder of this Convention and for the 1958 Convention. War- 
ren T. Carr, Durham, offered an amendment to the motion that the 
Convention deny the privileges of the floor for the remainder of 
this Convention. The amendment received the approval of the 
Convention. 

Fourth: Chairman John H. Knight in behalf of the Committee 
on Resolutions advised that the Committee took the following action 
with reference to the question of Associate Church Membership as 
referred to the Committee by the Pilot Mountain Association. 

Whereas Article III of the Constitution of the Convention pro- 
vides as follows: 

"While independent and sovereign in its own sphere, the 
Convention does not claim and will never attempt to exercise 
any authority over any other Baptist, whether church, aux- 
iliary, organization. Association or Convention." 

And Whereas the Pilot Mountain Association is an Association 
within the meaning of this Article, 

Now, Therefore, Be It Eesolved that this Convention take no 
action relative to the memorial presented to the Convention by 
the Pilot Mountain Association. 

Whereupon H. L. Ferguson, Charlotte, offered the following 
motion: 

That we express our appreciation to the Pilot Mountain Associa- 
tion for calling the matter of Associate membership to our attention. 
Without any desire to in any way exercise any authority over any 
church or association in this matter, it is the desire of this Con- 
vention to make it crystal clear that Associate Membership in any 
Baptist Church does not have the approval of the Convention. 

J. Glenn Blackburn, Winston-Salem Pastor of Wake Forest Baptist 
Church, was recognized and stated that the Wake Forest Baptist 
Church had in the town of Wake Forest for many years accepted 
Associate members under the watchcare of the church and that 
the policy continued in his Winston-Salem church. He also took this 
time to say tliat despite press report he held no resentment against 
any minister or ministers who had opposed the acceptance of the 
Wake Forest Baptist Church, Winston-Salem, into the membership 
of the Pilot Mountain Association. 

Wm. Harrison Williams, Charlotte, stated that he did not have 
associate members in his church, but that under the principle of 
Baptist Democracy he did not feel this Convention should tell any 
Baptist Church what it should do. 

After several questions were directed to J. Glenn Blackburn, 
Pastor of the Wake Forest Baptist Church, the Convention by a 
divided vote approved the motion made by H. L. Ferguson. 



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At this point Ralph A. Herring, Winston-Salem, addressed the 
chair and stated that he wanted the Convention to know that he 
had no feelings of ill will toward any fellow minister. 

Fifth: Chairman John H. Knight of the Committee on Resolutions 
made a motion that the recommendation of the Committee on 
Evangelism be approved as follows: 

Upon the recommendation of the Convention's Committee on 
Evangelism, Be It Resolved: 

1. That every church in the Convention participate whole- 
heartedly during 1958 in Soul Winning Commitment Day on Janu- 
ary 5, in Profession of Faith Day on March 2, and in the As- 
sociational Clinics; 

2. That every association and church in North Carolina participate 
in the nation-wide Simultaneous Evangelistic Crusade in 1959 and 
that each one go into this great program to do it right; 

3. That we set as our goal in baptisms for 1958 an increase of 
ten per cent over 1957. 

Sixth: Chairman John H. Knight of the Committee on Resolu- 
tions moved and the Convention approved the following general 
resolution : 

Be It Further Resolved That The Convention Express Its 
Deepest Gratitude: 

a. To the pastors and churches of the Raleigh Association, par- 
ticularly First Baptist and Calvary, for their gracious hospitality 
in entertaining the Convention. 

b. To the officials and staff of Memorial Auditorium for their 
co-operation and helpfulness. 

c. To Dr. J. C. Canipe and the other officers of the Convention 
who so faithfully served during the Convention. 

d. To the Committee on Order of Business for the informative 
and inspiring program, and for carefully providing ample time for 
the disucssion of important matters. 

e. To the Police Department for their patience and co-operation. 

f. To the TV and radio stations, local and state papers, for the 
splendid co-operation they have given in getting the news of the 
Convention out to the people of the Convention. 

g. To the business establishments and people of Raleigh for the 
many courtesies and conveniences offered to our people. 

Seventh: Chairman John H. Knight of the Committee on Resolu- 
tions moved and the Convention approved the following resolution 
with respect to Sunday drills of the North Carolina State National 
Guard : 

Whereas, the State National Guard continues to hold frequent 
(local) all day Sunday drills, and 

Whereas, many church members, deacons and other individuals 
are required to be present, and 



74 Baptist State Convention 

Whereas, these meetings appear in many instances to be held in 
lieu of some week night drills, and 

Whereas, this is a governmental agency, and 

Whereas, this condones and gives suppport to an unholy and 
unwholesome trend of desecration of the Lord's Day, and 

Whereas, Christian groups respect Sunday as a holy day for 
worship to God and service to man, 

Hereby Be It Resolved that the North Carolina Baptist State 
Convention go on record as opposing and as expressing extreme 
disfavor to such procedures; 

Furthermore, Be It Resolved, that copies of this resolution be 
sent to the Governor, the Adjutant General, and General Bowers, 
Commanding General of the 30th Infantry, 

And Finally that every Christian be urged to give renewed effort 
to safeguarding this day for the Lord. 

82. President Canipe requested President-elect and Mrs. A. LeRoy 
Parker, Greensboro, to come forward and receive the Convention's 
Greeting. The incoming President was officially introduced and 
presented with the supply of Convention gavels. 

83. Wendell G. Davis, Chairman of the Committee on Social Serv- 
ice and Civil Righteousness, advised that because of the late hour he 
would not read the report as printed in the Advance Report of the 
General Board. Upon his motion the Report was approved. 

84. President Canipe called attention to the Royal Ambassadors 
who had served as pages during the Convention. They were: Jerry 
Bunn, Kennedy Home, Kinston, N. C; Gerald Harris, First Baptist 
Church, Valdese, N. C; Jan Huggins, Fruitland Baptist Church, 
Hendersonville, N. C; Dickie Ward, Cary Baptist Church, Cary, N. C. 

85. Upon the motion of Charles B. Deane, Rockingham, the Con- 
vention authorized him and the General Secretary to perfect the 
Journal of the Convention. 

86. H. C. Brearly, Peabody College, Nashville, Tennessee, ad- 
dressed the Convention. His subject was "The Christian Home." 

87. With Charles Horton, Buies Creek, Director of the Campbell 
College Choir, directing the group sang "He's Got the Whole World 
In His Hand" and "Lonesome Valley." 

88. At this time the Convention was behind schedule. Hoyle T. 
Allred, Albemarle, Chairman of the Committee on Religious Liberty, 
took note of the hour and without reading the report advised that 
it was contained in the Advance Report of the General Board. Upon 
his motion to adopt, he urged all North Carolina Baptist to read 
the report. The report appearing below was approved. 

89. Glenn L. Archer, Washington, D. C, Executive Secretary of 
POAU, brought the closing message. 

90. President Canipe asked the approximately 300 messengers 
who had remained to stand. He offered the closing prayer and then 



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announced that the 127th Annual Session of the Convention was 
now adjourned. 

Charles B. Deane, Recording Secretary. 

^RESOLUTION: AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY 

Whereas, this Convention recognizes that widespread distribution 
of the printed Word of God is a basic necessity in the worldwide 
missionary work to which we are committed, and 

Whereas, we recognize that the American Bible Society renders 
an essential worldwide missionary service through translating and 
publishing the Scriptures without note or comment and tlirough 
distributing them without profit and usually below cost, and 

Whereas, we recognize that the American Bible Society is pro- 
viding a vital spiritual link between the home churches and the 
men and women in service by supplying to the Chaplains without 
charge, New Testaments, complete Bibles and any other Scripture 
volumes needed for distribution to the men and women in the 
Armed Forces, 

Therefore, he it resolved, 

First, that we earnestly request our churches and our people to 
make contributions to the work of the Society, all such contribu- 
tions to be sent through the regular channels to the Baptist state 
office, marked "for the American Bible Society," and 

Second, that we approve an offering in the churches for the 
work of the American Bible Society as in previous years. 



* The General Board by special action in annual session in Raleigh on Janu- 
ary 13, 14, 1958, approved this resolution and ordered it recorded in 1957 Annual. 



76 



Baptist State Convention 



m llome (§otv^ 



Binford, J. N. .Black Mountain 

Blevins, J. C- Grassy Creek 

Boney, L. B Durham 

Cabe, Lonnie _ .Sylva 

Carter, A. D Garland 

Cates, W. F, Asheboro 

Cutherill, Firman 

Elizabeth City 

Daniel, W. R ? 

Davis, George W Star 

Day, Richard. Elkin 

Harrill, R. F.....Bessemer City 

Harris, George W Star 

Hayes, James F. Asheville 

Hight, L. J. Greensboro 

Jarvis, Paul Mars Hill 

Keller, L. N ...Fleetwood 

Kelly, R. A. Black Mountain 

Locklear, J. D. Pembroke 

McCall, T, C. Highlands 



Neilson, J. A... Apex 

Parris, T. H Pilot Mountain 

Pearson, A. J St. Pauls 

Potts, E. H Spencer 

Reavis, M. F Statesville 

Reece, T. M Winston-Salem 

Reese, James Thurmond 

Reynolds, George Ararat 

Robertson, C. H. Leaksville 

Rundle, R. H. Statesville 

Singletary, G. M. 

Elizabeth City 

Sisk, Frank ? 

Stansburg, John S. Murphy 

Stephens, George T. 

Greensboro 

Street, J. L. Nebo 

Tucker, J. M Glenville 

Upchurch, C. A. Raleigh 

Walters, T, E. Ridgecrest 

Wells, E. L Edenton 



The names listed above are some of the deceased members 
of the Convention whose names have been submitted since the 
1956 Convention. 



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Prog. 



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THE NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST MINISTERS' CONFERENCE 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Raleigh, N. C. 

November 18, 1957 



Theme: "This We Believe" 



Afternoon Session — 2-4 p.m. 

Song Service Isaac Terrell 

Devotional Guthrie Colvard 

"The Accepted But Neglected Basic New Testament 

Teachings on Salvation" S. L. Stealey, President 

Southeastern Seminary, Wake Forest, N. C. 
Hymn 

Special Music — "Let Us Break Together On Our Knees".. .Lawrence 
Miss Dorothy Cooper, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

"The Word of God and the Life of the Church"... ...Theron Price 

Professor of Church History 
Southern Seminary, Louisville, Ky. 
Elections and Recognition of Officers and Announcements 
Adjourn 

Evening Session — 7-9 p.m. 

Song Service ...Isaac Terrell 

Devotional C. O. Vance 

"The Complete Independence of the Local Church and Its 
Interdependence in Associated Fellowship With Other 

Baptist Churches" .....Harold W. Tribble 

President of Wake Forest College 
Hymn 

"The Separation of Church and State" W. W. Finlator 

Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, Raleigh, N. C. 

Special Music. Pastors' Quartet 

"Proclaiming and Propagating the Truth" Luther Copeland 

Professor of Missions, Southeastern Seminary 

Wake Forest, N. C. 

J. Boyce Brooks, President 
Douglas Aldrich, Vice-President 
John Carter, Secretary 
Isaac Terrell, Song Leader 
J. H. Waugh, Jr., Pianist 



78 Baptist State Convention 

MESSENGERS BY ASSOCIATIONS 

ALEXANDER (18) Mrs. Gussie Bumgardner, W. C. Cline, Rev. and Mrs. I. V. 
Couch, Rev. R. Love Dixon. Charles E. Echerd, Maurice H. Gilliam, Homer L. 
Good, Alex Hegenbart, W. O. Johnson, Rev. Henkle Little, Paul McAlpine, 
Rev. Harce Mone, C. D. Poole, Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Pittard, Jr., W. O. Warren, 
Rev. A. E. Watts. 

ALLEGHANY (2) Jack W. Byrd, Mrs. L. G. Sherwood. 

ANSON (14) Rev. Clegg Allen, Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Ashe, J. B. Buchanan, Rev. 
T. C. Faircloth, Rev. Earl Henry, Claude Hooks, Rev. and Mrs. B. B. Littleton, 
Rev. Clayton Pope, Eddie Reynolds, Rev. George E. Simmons, Rev. W. H. 
Stogner, Jerry M. Wallace. 

ASHE (9) Rev. William E. Burchett, Rev. R. R. Campbell, Fred Cook, Harl 
Coomes, Rev. A. B. Frazier, Buford L. Hash, Earl Roland, Rev. L. G. Sherwood, 
Lester Wilson. 

ATLANTIC (44) Rev. and Mrs. L. J. Atkinson, Rev. J. C. Buchanan, Jr., Rev. 
D. M. Clemmons, Rev. H. W. Crump, Mrs. M. L. Davis, Vera Dixon, Mrs. 
Thomas Fish. Rev. J. M. Flowers, Mrs. Lois Flowers, Mrs. Marie Floyd, 
Robert N. Floyd, O. Lee Gregory, Wistar Hamilton, Rev. W. P. Huff, Daniel E. 
Huneycutt, Robert Jernigan, Rev. Daniel H. Jolly, Mr. B. H. Jones, Mrs. E. C. 
Koonce, Mrs. John Lashley, Mrs. George McCotter, Mrs. Charles W. McEnally, 
Mrs. George McNeill, Mrs. M. E. McNeil, Rev. Paul Merritts, Mrs. Julia Marsh- 
burn, David N. Morris, Julian R. Morton, Rev. Paul S. Odum, Charles E. 
Parker, Mrs. Reggie Parrish, Rev. J. W. Privott, Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Rhymes, 
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Ridoutt, L. D. Stubbs, Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Thompson, 
Alec F. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Waters. George W. H. White, James E. 
Womble. 

AVERY (4) W. W. Abernathy, Rev. and Mrs. Howard Hodges, Vilas Minton. 

BEULAH (61) Rev. Bob Ayers, Rev. B. E. Berry, Jr., Bryant Bowes, Mrs. 
Winnie Campbell, E. H. Cannady, Mrs. O. D. Carlton, Mrs. Edna Carver, Rev. 
P. E. Chisenhall, B. B. Clayton, Jessie S. Clayton, J. D. Coggin, D. C. Craig, 
Ray L. Cumbee, G. C. Duncan, Rev. and Mrs. W. Dwight Early, L. G. Elliott, 
Mrs. Cecil Foushee, Mr. and Mrs. Berley Gentry, Mrs. W. H. Gentry, R. B. 
Griffin, Mrs. J. E. Grubbs, Mrs. Gaither Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Herman S. Huff, 
Rev. and Mrs. Charles O. Jenkins, Mrs. Norman Johnson, James M. Lambert, 
Mrs. J. M. Lambert, Elvin Lowery, Rull Lowery, Mrs. J. A. Massey, O. E. 
Miles, Mrs. Johnnie Neighbors, Mrs. R. M. Oakley, Mrs. Estelle Richardson, 
R. B. Rimmer, Eugene Rudd, Mrs. S. Floyd Scott, Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Sullivan, 
Mrs. Mary Talley, Lottie Tucker, Andrew S. Wrenn, John Wesley, Mrs. Ryland 
Wilbum, Mrs. Frazier Williams, T. C. Williams, Jr., Rev. Thomas C. Williams, 
Raymond Wood, Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Yarbrough, Mrs. Edith Young, Mrs. 
Edward Young, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Young, R. K. Young, Henry Zimmerman, 
Mrs. J. D. Zimmerman, Sr. 

BLADEN (27) Mary Elise Bridger, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bryan, Rev. J. A. 
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Carroll, J. W. Fowler, Eugene Gaskin, Mrs. R. J. 
Hall, Joel S. Johnson, Julian F. Keith, Jr., Mary R. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 
Lennon, J. H. McCrimmon, Rev. and Mrs. Dean L. Minton, Harry Prince, Rev. 
and Mrs. E. C. Reeves, J. C. Shaw, Jr., Mrs. Horace Taylor, Rev. C. F. Thomas, 
Rev. Vance Tyson, Raymond White, Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Wolfe. 

BLUE RIDGE (28) Keith A. Arledge, Rev. E. P. Bennett, Rev. L. B. Bishop, 
> Rev. J. P. DuBose, Jr., Rev. C. H. Favell, Lloyd Gosnell, Rev. J. J. Guffey, 
Millard F. Hall, Rev. B. D. Haney, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Heavner, Christine 
Jackson, Rev. and Mrs. James Kisselburg, Rev. and Mrs. Neils H. Larsen, 
Rev. Glenn Ramsey, Jr., J. J. Reese, Mrs. Ollie K. Reese, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 
Stilwell, Rev. J. B. Strange, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Strickland, Gibbon Swann, 
Rev. B. T. Thorpe, Mrs. C. S. Wells, Horace R. Wilkerson. 



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BRIER CREEK (3) Rev. C. T. Henderson, Rev. Tommy Johnson, Rev. D. L. 
Temple. 

BRUNSWICK (23) Rev. H. B. Bennett, J. D. Hales, Jr., Paul F. Hardy, Mrs. 
J. J. Havi^es, Rev. and Mrs. Leo Hawkins, Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Hawkins, Mrs. 
L. T. Hewett, S. H. Hilburn, Rev. Fred Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. Avery Lumsden, 
Rev. W. T. Lundy, Margaret C. McRackan, Rev. M. S. McLain, E. J. Prevatte, 
Mrs. Dewey Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sellers, A. L. Willett, Isaac Willetts, 
Miss A. M. Woodside. 

BRUSHY MOUNTAIN (18) Cleve Beshears, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Church, Mrs. 
Mrs. E. A. Eller, Fritz Grasmeks, J. F. Jordan, Rev. Howard Laney, B. L. 
Lankford, J. C. McQueen, Jr., Rev. and Mrs. Henry Morgan, Rev. Howard 
Pennell, James E. Renis, Rev. Cleat W. Simmons, T. E. Story, W. R. Wagoner, 
Rev. Harvey White, J. Floyd Woodward. 

BUNCOMBE (85) Rev. E. G. Altland, Alden Angline, Miss Eunice Autry, Pope- 
joy Ballinger, B. G. Bass, Rev. H. E. Benfield, C. D. Bessinger, Rev. Ray 
Billings, Mrs. F. E. Bradley, Rev. J. H. Black, Mrs. D. W. Bridges, Mr. and 
Mrs. E. E. Brown, Rev. R. H. Bruhn, E. H. Buckner, C. M. Carter, Mrs. 
J. C. Causby, C. V. Chandler, Mrs. George F. Cole, Jr., Rev. and Mrs. 
W. Perry Crouch, H. E. Davis, Mrs. Murray Eisenhauer, Rev. Woodrow^ Flynn, 
Rev. and Mrs. G. Hanford Hamby, Mrs. E. V. Hawkins, Mrs. Powell H. Hayes, 
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hearn, Fred Hodgens, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hollis, Jr., 
Rev. Frank B. Hopkins, Robert T. Hughes, Mrs. R. T. Hughes, W. A. Huneycutt, 
Rev. G. W. Jameson, C. E. Johnson, William King, Clyde Kinser, J. H. Lackey, 
Rev. and Mrs. J. Lester Lane, Rev. Troy Lunsford, Mrs. T. T. Lunsford, Mr. 
and Mrs. Rufus Morgan, Harry McCall, Rev. Theron C. Merrill, C. H. Miller, 
Rev. L. Munn, J. H. Myers, Ralph M. Nix, Mr. and Mrs. George Pennell, 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Perry, Rev. Lawrence Pruitt, Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Rhine- 
hardt, J. H. Rice, Rev. and Mrs. Frank B. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. 
Rotan, Rev. W. G. Russell, Rev. Edward Samples, Rev. G. H. Shope, Jr., 
Rev. J. N. Shuford, Charles W. Smith, M. D. Smith, Rev. W. H. Spradlin, 
Jr., Rev. W. B. Sprinkle, Bert Starnes, Nane Starnes, Rev. LeRoy Thomas, 
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Vance, Miss Lizzie Waite, Rev. and Mrs. Tom E. Walters, 
Rev. J. L. Wolfe, Rev. and Mrs. Thomas J. Young. 

BURNT SWAMP (6) Chesley Hammond, L. W. Jacobs, C. E. Locklear, Wellon 
Lowry, Rev. L. A. Maynor, Rev. T. M. Swett. 

CABARRUS (54) Rev. W. M. Anthony, W. M. Belcher, Rev. C. T. Bennett, 
Jr., Rev. D. A. Clareton, J. H. Clark, Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Coffey, Mr. and 
Mrs. E. P. Colson, Rev. A. B. Cranford, W. C. Francis, Mrs. Stephen P. Frink, 
Odell Funderburk, Rev. J. C. Furr, Rev. R. F. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. John U. 
Garner, Rev. Herman W. Greene, Rev. R. T. Greene, Rev. Jack E. Guffey, 
Rev. John Haas, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil M. Hailey, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ivan Hart, 
Price Hatley, Dan H. Hodges, D. Calhoun Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. G. E. 
Johnson, Rev. L. T. Joner, Norman Joyner, Rev. H. V. Kinney, Rev. John H. 
Knight, Rev. W. L. Mabry, W. D. Middleton, Rev. Frank Miller, Rev. Quinn 
Morgan, Rev. E. W. Pate, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Patterson, Rev. W. H. Perry, 
Miss Josephine Phillips, Gordon Pope, H. A. Privette, Rev. Clyde J. Reep, 
Rev. H. L. Register, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Staley, Thurman B. Stone, Rev. 
E. S. Summers, Rev. Victor Trivette, Mrs. Ruby Trivette, Rev. G. C. Watson. 

CALDWELL (44) Cecil Arney, Elizabeth Campbell, Elmer P. Carter, Mr. and 
Mrs. T. L. Cashwell, Jr., Earl Cheek, H. W. Chester, Rev. Charlie Cook, 
Rev. and Mrs. L. J. Culler, A. W. Dodge, Mrs. Thomas Ervin, M. F. Faw, 
Rev. Thomas B. Flowe, Robert A. Frye, Rev. and Mrs. Jyles Hall, Buren 
Hastings, Mrs. T. C. High, Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Holder, Mrs. Wilbur Honey- 
cutt. Rev. Paul J. Hopkins, Joan Hudson, Rev. C. H. Kincaid, Rev. Paul 
Lovingood, Robert Marchbanks, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McCall, H. H. McManus, 
Rev. E. W. Moore, Mrs. J. M. Moore, Rev. W. R. Moss, Rev. M. O. Owens, 
Jr., J. C. Roberts, Rev. Harvey Rumfelt, Rev. A. J. Singley, Rev. Vernon 



80 Baptist State Convention 

Sparrow, Rev. Gwyn Sullivan, Rev. A. J. Swinson, L. Deck Taylor, Rev. 
Lloyd W. Teague, Hubert. Thomas, Paul Wilson. 

CAROLINA (41) Rev. Ralph Banning, Rev. and Mrs. Clay Barnes, Rev. W. S. 
Billingsley, Marion Brock, Rev. O. G. Buchanan, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Canipe, 
Henry Colvard, Roy F. Easterly, Mr. and Mrs. Major Edwards, M. M. Goss, 
Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Hamby, Junius Huggins, Rev. W. C. Huntley, Mr. and 
Mrs. Burt Jackson, Rev. and Mrs. Alvin Jones, Colon Levingston, F. M. 
McCarson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvej' Mitchell, Ralph E. Osteen, Harold Pace, Rev. 
Richard Pace, N. B. Phillips, Rev. and Mrs. T. G. Proctor, George A. Roberts, 
Rev. and Mrs. John F. Rymer, Rev. Billy Sandifer, Carl E. Sizemore, Charles F. 
Stanley, Boyd Sutton, Donovan G. Wilkie, Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Worsham, 
Clay R. Barnes. 

CATAWBA RIVER (49) Rev. John O. Adams, Frank M. Baker, Rev. and Mrs. 
W. C. Bearden, Rev. and Mrs. R. Knolan Benfield, William D. Byrd, Rev. 
and Mrs. David Chatham, Rev. Bill H. Cline, Rev. Edgar Cole, Tom Cook, 
Curtis B. Crump, Rev. Forrest Davis, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Deese, Rev. E. B. 
Elmore, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Flowers, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Harrell, Gerald 
Harris, Rev. Jesse M. Head, Rev. R. R. Hensley, Martha A. Kelley, Rev. 
W. H. Killian, James Lambert, Mack Leonard, Rev. John W. Long, Rev. 
Homer Messer, J. Clint Noble, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Poteat, Oliver C. Price, 
William Pyatte, Rev. H. A. Quick, Rev. McCoy Robinson, Jason D. Ross, Mrs. 
B. A. Small, Earl Smith, Paul Stamey, Rev. and Mrs. James E. Swinson, 
Howard Talbert, C. W. Teague, Rev. John Tiller, Mrs. Joann Williams, Rev. 
Joseph Willis, O. H. Witherspoon. 

CHOWAN (55) J. C. Abbott, Mrs. J. Carroll Abbott, Harold Alexander, Mr. 
and Mrs. W. J. Berryman, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Brown. Mrs. K. E. Bryant, 
Rev. and Mrs. R. N. Carroll, Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Chandler, Rev. W. E. 
Cholerton, Frank B. Dinwiddle, Rev. O. S. Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilbert 
Forbes, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Francis, Harland R. Getts, M. W. Grissom, Rev. 
and Mrs. J. Samuel Johnson, R. W. Kicklighter, Rev. James P. Layton, Mr. 
and Mrs. Stanley M. Leary, Leighton Lewis, Gwen Maddrey, Rev. J. O. 
Mattox, Joe May, A. C. McCall, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Medlin, J. H. Moore, 
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Walter Moose, Rev. D. S. Moyers, Rev. and Mrs. Henry V. 
Napier, Lowe A. Norman, Jr., Jesse H. Parker, Lee A. Phillips, D. C. Pryor, 
Rev. Phil H. Quinley, B. L. Raines, S. L. Riddle, Raymond Roberts, Mrs. 
Ernest Sanders, Lamar Sentell, Charlie Smith, J. L. Wheeler, Vivian Wheeler, 
Rev. C. A. Williams, Roscoe Wynn. 

COLUMBUS (50) Rev. C. E. Brisson, Billy Butler, Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Byrd, 
A. G. Carter, Willard Cole, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Coley, Corbin Cooper, S. M. 
Dorton, Rev. N. B. Edge, Guilford Edwards, Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Foster, 
P. C. Gantt, Mrs. R. T. Greene, Billy Harrelson, Roy J. Harris, Rev. Charles 
Hinson, Rev. and Mrs. Oscar Holland, S. W. Jolly, Rev. John W. Lambert, 
Alfred Lancaster, Rev. and Mrs. V. P. Locke, O. S. Long, Mr. and Mrs. 
Joseph Lovett, T. G. Ludlum, Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard McDuffie, Rev. and 
Mrs. Ben J. Mclver, Jennis McLamb, Russell Odham, Sankey W. Robinson, 
Mrs. Ralph Spivey, Dan L. Todd, Woody Wade, Rev. R. E. Watson, C. P. 
Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Whitley, Herman Williams, Frank T. Wooten, 
Bardin Worley, Willard Wright, Rev. and Mrs. J. Clyde Yates, Jr. 

DAN VALLEY (41) E. Lee Anglin, Jr., J. C. Bradner, Worth Braswell, Paul E. 
Brunner, G. R. Clark, Sr., Glenn R. Clark, Jr., Harvey Y. Criminger, Cicero A. 
Davis, Betty Jo DeWeese, Rev. J. A. Dunevant, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Fagge, 
Mrs. Paul W. Fetzer, John Groff, Rev. and Mrs. Norman Harris, H. F. Lam- 
bert, Mrs. F. McDonald, Rev. Lee McDrilyre, Dr. Hunter Monile, Mrs. J. O. 
Moore, Raymond C. Needham, Richard Paschal, D. W. Patterson, Rev. and 
Mrs. W. H. Poindexter, Otis Priddy, Mrs. Nannie Roberts, Paul Sexton, Mrs. 
W. O. Sheets, R. A. Shelton, Rev. G. E. Shore, Rob Small, W. T. Smith, Rev. 
Kenneth Snyder, Dr. and Mrs. C. V. Tyner, W. T. Vernon, Lucile Welch, 
Bev. and Mrs. Harry D. Wood, Jr. 



OF North Carolina 81 

DOCK (1) Austin G. Long. 

EASTERN (73) Ward Batchelor, Mrs. George Bennett, Oscar Best, Mrs. Edith 
Blackburn, Wilbur Brock, C. C. Brown, Mrs. Emma Brown, Mr. and Mrs. 
Richard Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Chesnutt, Doane J. Cottle, Paul M. 
Grumpier, Harold Dale, Jerry R. DeBell, Murry DeHart, J. I. Durham, Mrs. 
T. H. Eason, J. D. Everett, R. L. Flake, Mrs. Mary Gainey, C. V. Garner, 
Mrs. Dorothy Gerganus, Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Hager, Isabel Hall, Mack Herring, 
Russell Lee Hinton, Rev. and Mrs. D. R. Johnson, Millard M. Johnson, 
D. J. Kilpatrick, William G. King, Walton Kitchin, Mrs. W. W. Kitchin, 
Rev. E. F. Knight. Mrs. Lester Lamb, Archie Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. 
Malpass. Mrs. P. A. Maready, Dr. R. F. Marshbum, Mrs. Joseph Matthis, 
John A. McDaniel, Mrs. David McLemore, U. A. McManus, Robert A. Melvin, 
Mrs. Sally Merritt, Julian M. Motley, H. A. Parker, Mrs. Bessie Pearson, 
Everett Peterson, Ralph Pickett, Philip Pierce, Mrs. Jack Pool, Eugene Poston, 
Rev. J. C. Powell, T. L. Rich, F. I. Robinson, Dr. R. H. Shackleford, 
Clarence Shipp, Harold Smith, James R. Southerland, Rev. and Mrs. James H. 
Tate. Miss Kathaleen Teachey, Mrs. Leon Teachey, Earl Thigpen, P. E. Thig- 
pen, Jr., C. O. Whitley, T. W. Williams, Mrs. Ted Williams, Bruce Wilson. 

ELKIN (26) Vaughn Brown, Mrs. Richard Calloway, Marvin Lee Cockerham, 
Ralph Cockerham, Kermit Darnell, Ervie Eldridge, Dr. Lin Fincannon, Rev. 
and Mrs. H. J. Ford, Mrs. Grady Fuller, Hugh C. Greenwood, Rev. and Mrs. 
W. C. Guth, Rev. George Hankins, Mrs. E. C. James, Mrs. Raymond Johnson, 
Mrs. Thurman Johnson, Tommy Johnson, Kenneth Jordan, Hayden Motley, 
J. L. Powers. Posey Steele, Rev. and Mrs. N. C. Teague, Dare Teague, 
R. G. Walters. 

FLAT RIVER (76) Mrs. T. W. Allen, Mrs. James B. Annis, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. 
Ball, Rev. and Mrs. Herbert W. Baucom, Jr., Tommy Belcher, Miss Elizabeth 
Best, Mrs. C. R. Blackwell, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Blackwell, Mrs. C. D. Blake, 
Mertie Booker, Isabel BrummJtt, Rev. Warren T. Bush, Johnnie R. Clack, 
Jack F. Coffey, Dwight W. Cooper, Mrs. Melbaline Cooper, Allen Cross, 
Hugh M. Currin, Thomas B. Currin, Mrs. Gertrude Daniel, R. T. Fakes, Mr. 
and Mrs. W. J. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fagan, Mrs. A. B. Greene, 
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Greene, George Gresham, C. H. Guerrant, Rev. M. Floyd 
Hellams, Mr. and Mrs. Horace H. Hicks, Allen W. James, Sr., Rev. and Mrs. 
W. I. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jones, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones, Jr., 
Norman Kelley, Rev. and Mrs. N. Curtis Knowles, Robert F. Lambert, Jo Anne 
Lambert, Albert S. Lamm, Dennis M. Larkins, Rebecca Maness, Paul C. Mattox, 
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mitchiner, J. J. Moore, Lee Newton, John E. Pittard, 
Jr., R. A. Preddy, Carl Ragland, Mrs. Natalie Rogers, William Rogers, T. S. 
Royster, Mrs. L. J. Shanks, John B. Shearin, G. B. Shotwell, Rev. L. W. 
Smith, Rev. Milton P. Snydor, C. C. Timberlake, Mrs. C. S. Tippett, Sr., 
Rev. E. G. Usry, Mrs. William Wade, Clifton Walters, Mr. and Mrs. George 
Wilson, Ed Woodie, Herbert Zerof. 

FRENCH BROAD (22) Rev. Sam Austin, Howard Barnes, Hoyt Blackwell, Rev. 
Ralph Bryan, Rev. Jay Blankenship, Rev. and Mrs. Lester Crayton, Rev. 
Lester Edwards, Boyd Grindstaff, D. D. Gross, Rev. Ralph Hogan, Dr. Robert 
Holt, Rev. Joe Honeycutt, Mrs. Jean Honeycutt, Wade Huey, Sue Maxwell, 
John S. McGee, Rev. Loyd Ponder, Mrs. Esther Reese, Minnie J. Rice, Robert 
Seymour, Glenn Whitley. 

GASTON (78) Rev. and Mrs. V. Ward Barr, W. W. Black, Dr. B. A. Bowers, 
Miss Mildred Carpenter, Ralph B. Carpenter, Miss Wilma Carter, Mr. and Mrs. 
T. L. Cashwell, Sr., A. K. Cheek, Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard, Lee Cook, 
Rev. O. R. Costner, John Fischer, Z. Miller Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul 
Gillian, R. B. Gold, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Goodwin, Rev. L. B. Graham, 
J. C. Gwaltney, Mrs. Sadie Hendrix, W. T. Hendrix, Rev. Fred F. Hicks, 
Rev. Charles H. High, Rev. Ralph Holcomb, Mr. Claude Hovis, James C. 
Huneycutt, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Keyser, J. Fred King, Rev. and Mrs. 
John Kinnaman, Rev. William C. Lamb, Rev. Loyd R. Lane, Rev. and Mrs. 



82 Baptist State Convention 

Walter N. Long, Frank H. Malone, N. W. Martin, James B. McQuere, Mr. 
and Mrs. A. P. Miller, Jimmie Mize, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Neal, Rev. 
Arlis Payne, Rev. W. Wilson Payne, Mrs. Carolyn Phifer, E. V. Plemmons, 
Rev. and Mrs. E. G. Powell, Paul E. Puckett, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Reel, 
Rev. Columbus C. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest C. Roberts, Rev. E. Ray 
Seism, Alfred Scoggins, Clarence F. Smith, Edward B. Smith, Jr., Lee A. 
Smith, Leonard Smith, D. Parker Snyder, Mrs. Douglas Spencer, John W. 
Stowe, S. Guy Walker, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. 
Watkins, J. D. Williams, George E. Williamson, Rev. George L. Willis, Ben F. 
Worley, Rev. R. Louie Wynn. 

GREEN RIVER (35) Rev. Dan W. Abernathy, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Branch, 
Rev. A. G. Brooks, Rev. Frank Ellis, Rev. Hubert Garrell, Mr. and Mrs. 
Lloyd W. Garner, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gaynes, Clayde R. Greene, D. T. 
Jackson, Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Jenkins, J. B. Jones, Rev. William C. Keller, 
W. C. Lynch, Rev. R. F. Mayberry, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Morgan, R. E. 
Price, Rev. Henry Powell, Rev. H. V. Ray, Rev. B. W. Reid, Rev. and Mrs. 
Fred Robertson, Rev. Wade Ruff, Rev. and Mrs. Glenn O. Scoggins, Rev. and 
Mrs. Richard D. Smith, Rev. S. P. Stapp, Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Thompson, 
Harold M. White. 

HAYWOOD (36) Rev. F. P. Blankenship, Charles Cable, Rev. R. L. Clark, 
Oliver Finger, M. T. Gales, Rev. F. W. Gales, George M. Henson, J. Boyd 
Horton, A. J. Hutchins, Rev. John I. Kizer, Mr. and Mrs. F. Y. McCracken, 
Joe L. Medford, Mr. and Mrs. George F. Mehaffey, Mrs. Goldie B. Morgan, 
Rev. J. E. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morgan, Dr. and Mrs. W. Boyd Owen, 
Floyd Parham, Rev. Otto Parham, Rev. Garrett Propest, Rev. Frank Reed, 
E. B. Rickman, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Robinett, Rev. Robert Rownd, G. T. 
Scruggs, Mr. and Mrs. Horace L. Smith, Rev. Robert Swanger, Rev. B. G. Trull, 
Rev. E. C. Wilkie, Frank Wood. 

JOHNSTON (118) S. T. Anderson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Austin, Sr., Mr. and 
Mrs. Swade E. Barbour, Mr. and Mrs. Horace O. Barefoot, Martha Lee Bare- 
foot, B. B. Batten, O. B. Batten, Mrs. J. R. Baucom, Sr., Roy Baucom, Sarah 
Baxter, Willard Baxter, W. O. Beasley, H. J. Beeker, A. L. Brown, Mrs. 
George W. Bryan, Mrs. R. C. Canaday, Sr., Charles Carroll, Rev. J. E. Carter, 
Rev. J. E. Clifton, Roy C. Coates, Alpheus Cockrell, C. W. Cox, Mrs. B. B. 
Creech, Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Creech, Mrs. H. B. Creech, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 
Creech, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dance, D. A. Daughtry, Eddie Davis, Mrs. E. W. 
Davis, M. L. Eakes, Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Earp, W. S. Earp, Louis Edwards, 
Mrs. W. D. Ellis, Mrs. Leola Gates, L. G. Godwin, A. C. Grady, Claude R. 
Graham, Rev. H. M. Hall, Charlie Hatcher, H. M. Hines, Sr., Mrs. Effie Hinton, 
Obie Hinton, Mrs. B. A. Hocutt, Mrs. Ronald Hocutt, Earl W. Howard, 
Josephus Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Jones, Troy E. Jones, Andy Lanier, 
H. O. Lanning. W. P. Lee, L. L. Levinson, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Luther, Mrs. 
Melvin Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Massengill, Rev. J. Larry Mayo, Jr., 
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McLamb, Mrs. R. M. Meacomer, Daisy Narron, Susie 
Narron, Mrs. Lerlene Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nix, Rev. R. Lacy Oliver, 
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Overby, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Page, A. D. Parrish, Mrs. 
C. D. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Phipps, Jean Poston, Mrs. Arnold Price, 
John Richardson, Rev. Horace Ricks, Rev. Lowell Robinson, Alfred Sauls, 
Rev. Lowell Shaw, E. S. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Smith, Mrs. Garland 
Standi, Mrs. Wade Stanley, Rev. A. D. Stephenson, Mrs. Frances Stephenson, 
Howard Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Stevens, Mrs. Ruth Stott, Mrs. Roderick 
Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sumner, C. Blake Thomas, Rev. and Mrs. 
Hugh C. Upchurch, Mrs. Roy J. Walker, Jr., Mrs. J. E. Wall, Dr. Eph Whisen- 
hunt, A. J. Whitley, Jr., W. P. Whitley, Mrs. Jack Wilkerson, Mr. Alton Wood, 
Mrs. S. C. Woodard, Frank Zedick. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN (72) Lawson Allen, Rev. and Mrs. Wray Barrett, J. Edgar 
Bishop, Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Blalock, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bracey, Rev. T. W. 
Bray, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brittain, Rev. Norman F. Brown, O. J. Bryson, 
Don Cabaniss, Fred C. Crisp, Rev. C. C. Crow, Rev. Coy H. Dellinger, Rev. 



OF North Carolina 83 

D. W. Digh, Dr. P. L. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Farrar, Oscar Funderburke, 
J. C. Goare, Rev. Carl W. Greene, Rev. and Mrs. C. O. Greene, Rev. W. P. 
Hall, Jr., C. Rush Hamrick, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Felix E. Hamrick, Mr. and Mrs. 
O. P. Hamrick, Rev. N. S. Hardin, Mrs. A. D. Harris, Rev. Wayne Haynes, 
Mary Herring, E. B. Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hill, Rev. James E. Holder, 
Mrs. Everett HoUifield, M. H. House, Rev. J. R. Howe, Rev. Frank Lattimore, 
John E. Lawrence, Roland Leath, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ledbetter, T. C. Line- 
herger, Rev. Floyd D. Loudermilk, Rev. H. G. McElroy, Mrs. Earl Meacham, 
Ernest A. Mehaffey, Stephen Morrisett, O. M. Mull, Rev. Walter F. Payne, 
Aubrey Quakenbush, John Roberts, Ernest M. Smith, Mrs. Rush Stroup, 
Forrest Teague, Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Tenery, J. J. Thomburg, Rev. Burley S. 
Turner, Mrs. John Wacaster, C. W. Walker, Rev. J. T. Whitworth, Rev. O. B. 
Williams, J. D. Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Paris L. Yelton. 

LIBERTY (74) Jack Alexander, Mrs. Bruce Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Beamer H. 
Barnes, H. S. Beck, Mrs. Donald Black, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Bowen, W. N. 
Brookshire, S. W. Burton, Robert C. Carroll, Robert L. Clegg, Dr. and 
Mrs. J. Roy Clifford, Rev. and Mrs. Bennie Crawford, Mrs. Odessa Crow, 
Rev. Raymond Crow, Fred A. Duckett, F. L. Gailey, W. F. Gentry, Rev. 
R. N. Hardin, Carl Hemphill, Mrs. Ella Hepler, Hannah Hepler, Mrs. T. M. 
Honeycutt, Lenwood Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hudson, Mrs. A. C. Jack- 
son, Rev. John F. Jarratt, Mrs. John Jarratt, Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Jenkins, 
Mrs. R. G. Jennings, Rev. Fred Jurney, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kelly, S. B. Laws, 
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lewis, J. C. Mangrum, Paul Mason, Guy C. Moore, Mrs. 
L. Morgan, C. J. Morris, R. E. Muth, Mrs. Max Myers, Judge Hubert E. Olive, 
H. F. Parker, Thelma Parker, Frank Pearson, Helen Pearson, Rev. and Mrs. 

C. M. Pegram, Robert Pierce, Lawrence Porter, S. A. Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. 
Van W. Richardson, Leonard Rollins, Mrs. Corbet Shoaf, Rev. S. W. Shoaf, 
A. B. Skun, Roy J. Smith, Mrs. Clyde Snyder, Rev. Robert Taylor, Mrs. 

D. L. Tysinger, Thomas Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton. Hiram H. Ward, 
Roger E. Williams, Jr., Imogene Wilson, Rev. C. S. Young. 

LITTLE RIVER (64) Mrs. Charles Allen, Mrs. D. B. Andrews, J. L. Atkins, Mrs. 
C. D. Bain, A. C. Barefoot, Mr. and Mrs. R. Lewis Beal, J. C. Betts, 
Bruce B. Blackmon, J. W. Byrd, Leslie H. Campbell, Jack E. Casey, L. L. 
Coats, Sr., Arnold Collins, Mrs. R. J. Denny, Lilian Draughon, Mrs. Catherine 
Edgerton, J. O. Elmore, Mrs. W. F. Gentry, Mrs. Excell Griffin, Mr. and 
Mrs. J. B. Hewett, K. H. Hamilton, Julius HoUoway, James O. Howell, Lillian 
Howell, E. Weldon Johnson, W. A. Johnson, E. C. Keller, Perry Q. Langston, 
Vic Lee, Ernest Lipscomb, B. P. Marshbanks, Sr., Rev. Forrest C. Maxwell, 
G. L. Mclver, Mrs. L. E. McKnight, J.. A. McLeod, Willard B. Mixon, S. R. 
Moore, Owen Odum, E. B. O'Quinn, L. E. Page, Dr. W. A. Peede, Rev. L. C. 
Pinnix, Rev. Ernest P. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Senter, Baxter Sherman, 
Eldon F. Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Smith, George R. Souders, Mrs. Anita H. 
Stafford, Mrs. Billy Joe Stephenson, Mrs. Annie Stewart, Herbert B. Taylor, 
Fulton Thomas, G. Scott Turner, Carolyn Watkins, Mrs. Ivory Wester, Gene 
Williams, Mrs. Sam Williford, J. E. Womble, Mrs. R. L. Young. 

MACON (23) J. H. Brookshire, Rev. M. W. Chapman, W. A. Cloer, Fred 
Corbin, Lee Crawford, Rev. Jud Duvall, Mrs. G. M. Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. 
J. C. Jacobs, L. R. Marson, Rev. J. D. Miller, Mrs. Arvel Parker, Clyde 
Rhinehart, T. M. Rickman, Paul Sorrells, Rev. and Mrs. Robert R. Standley, 
Rev. Arvil Swofford, Rev. C. T. Taylor, Rev. and Mrs. L. Eugene Walker, 
Rev. John R. Willis, Jr., Manuel C. Wyatt. 

MECKLENBURG (102) Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Abernethey, Rev. C. E. Baker, Rev. 
and Mrs. H. O. Baker, Rev. and Mrs. R. O. Baker, Jr., Rev. and Mrs. 
Jesse L. Ballew, Johnny H. Barnes, Frank Beacham, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Biles, 
John R. Blanchard, Rev. J. R. Blanchard, H. Lee Brantley, Rev. and Mrs. 
Claude U. Broach, Har^j^ey Brown, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bryant, Lewis Burgess, 
J. Edward Burnside, B. Kermit Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Capps, Mr. and Mrs. 
Guy T. Carswell, Rev. W. B. Carr, David E. Coleman, J. V. Colson, Mr. and 
Mrs. H. E. Crawford, W. W. Crymes, Bruce Dellinger, Rev. Kent Faris, F. M. 



84 Baptist State Convention 

Ferguson, H. L. Ferguson, L. A. Gable, Jr., J. F. Gilreath, Jr., James F. 
Graham, Charlie Hayman, Betty Heifner, Fred Helms, W. Guy Helms, Rev. 
L. F. Helderman, Rev. J. C. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Holston, Jr., Rev. 
David H. Home, Frank Ingram, Mrs. J. F. Justice, A. M. Kissiah, H. C. 
Kissiah, Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Knight, Rev. W. A. Knight, John Knott, Rev. 
Raymond Long, Ed T. Martin, Norman W. Merrell. Rev. and Mrs. C. O. 
Milford, Jr., Rev. and Mrs. Frank R. Moore, Leonard Moore, Rev. B. E. 
Morris, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Morrison, Jim G. Gates. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Painter, 
Don Peek. Keener Pharr, Rommie Pierce, Earl N. Porter, Rev. and Mrs. 
A. V. Rippy, Rev. Fred C. Roberts. Rev. Hoyt Rutledge. Mrs. H. M. Short, 
Sr., Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Sledge. Wendell Sloan, M, O. Smith, J. D. Taylor, 
Rev. Roy Thomas, William A. Thomas. W. Emory Trainham, Rev. R. L. 
Trexler, Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Warren, Rev. H. Gordon Weekley, Mr. and Mrs. 
D. C. Wesson. William H. Williams, A, B. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. David M. 
Wooten. Rev. J. Clyde Yates, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Yeaman, Jr. 

MITCHELL (40) Dorothy Bailey, Rev. Ted Braswell, Mrs. L. L. Broadway, 
Bruce Buchanan, Rev. and Mrs. Howard Buchanan, Mrs. Thelma Buchanan, 
Rev. and Mrs. Tyson Buchanan, Rev. Ed Burnette, Mrs. .To Burnette, Mr. and 
Mrs. R. M. Cassity, Mr. and Mrs. Q. E. Colvard, Charles S. Dale, Ruby Duncan, 
Mrs. Hartsol Ferguson, Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Howell, 
Reba Hoyle, Brown Jarrett, Tyler A. LeRoy, Mrs. Madeline LeRoy, John C. 
McBee. Sr.. Bill McKinney, Jr., Rev. Lee Pitman, Mrs. Marlene Pitman, Rev. 
Paul Pitman, Rev. J. L. Pittman, Edward Riddle, Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Sprinkle, 
Rev. and Mrs. M. C. S^\dcegood, Mrs. Ida Thomas, Edna Wiseman, Cartha 
Young. 

MONTGOMERY ( 27 ) Rev. and Mrs. John Beukema, George H. Cooke, Rev. and 
Mrs. J. W. Cooke, Mrs. John Crews. Rev. and Mrs. Max A. Gilmore, J. B. 
Greene, Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Hix, Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Hough, Lawrence 
Ingold, K. Wiley Jarrell, T. B. Jordan, Gary Long, Rev. and Mrs. N. J. 
McManus. Rev. and Mrs. Marion Parker, Mrs. Hobson Ritter, W. M. Rush, 
Charles M. Rush, Mrs. Earl Smith, Frank Smith, L. E. Weatherspoon. 

MOUNT ZION (80) Luther Adams. Larry Allred, Rev. and Mrs. Harley Ander- 
son, Mrs. R. H. Andrews, Bobby Baxter, Gloria Baxter, James T. Blake, 
Mrs. O. O. Chatman. Rev. Jack Clark, Wilton T. Cook. Rev. and Mrs. R. L. 
Councilman. Emily Councilman, Mrs. Z. C. Cox. Bruce C. Cresson, Mrs. Rob- 
ert H. Day, James Dunn, Jake Edmonds, Jack M. Euliss. William H. Flowe, 
Rev. and Mrs. Tom M. Freeman, Mrs. J. A. Gammon. Dillard Gaydon, Mrs. 
Claude Horner, Robert Latta, Mrs. Mildred Lebrenkrauss. Rev. and Mrs. 
Charles E. Maddry, Rosa Mangum, Mr. and Mrs. Lone Mincey, Doris R. 
Morgan. Rev. L. A. Nail. Chas. W. Nanney, Mrs. Winfred Overman, Clyde P. 
Pearson, Thomas L. Pendergraft, Mrs. Frank Perry, Brenda Phillippie, Mrs. 
J. R. Poindexter, William A. Poole, Dr. and Mrs. Carlton S. Prickett, Earl M. 
Pym, Jim F. Quinlin. Rev. S. H. Roberts. G. Leland Royster, Paul Scott, 
Mrs. Walter Sharpe, Mrs. D. G. Smith. Howai'd Smith. R. O. Spear, Jr., Miss 
Sallie Staunton, Rev. and Mrs. Henry B. Stokes. Travis Styles, Mr. and Mrs. 
G. W. Swinney, Mr. and Mrs. James S. Taylor. Mrs. Kathryn Thompson, 
John Vernon, Mrs. J. H. Vernon, Sr., Rev. Bennett Walker, Mrs. Bruce 
Walker, Revis M. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walker, Sr., Mrs. William Watts, 
Rev. J. H. Waugh, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Webster, Mrs. D. S. Willard, 
Carmen Williams, Herman Williams, Walter M. Williams, Mrs. B. R. Wilson, 
Rev. J. M. Wright. 

NEUSE ( 60 ) W. E. Allen; Rev. and Mrs. Roy Beals; Mrs. Henry Belk; Rev. W. A. 
Berry, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Booker, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyers, Mrs. 
Helen Cox, Rev. and Mrs. Gilmer Cross, Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Davis, Howard G. 
Dawkins, Rev. and Mrs. H. Arthur Dechent, John G. Dyer, William Everhart, 
Mrs. L. C. Ferrell. H. Fleming Fuller. R. F. Grady, Mrs. George B. Greene, 
Mrs. Fred Harrell, Mrs. Bessie T. Hatchell, Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson, 
W. I. Herring, Miss Merietta Hoggard, Mrs. Henry Hood, M. F. Jones, Maisie 
Jones, Rev. Ralph E. Jones, Jr., Mrs. W. H. Jones, Mrs. Etta Justice, Mrs. 



or North Carolina 85 

Verner Kemp, C. H. Larkins, W. J. Mathews, Rev. J. C. Moore, Wright 
Nobles, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norwood, Sr., Jack Partain, Mrs. W. B. Parker, 
Rev. and Mrs. Douglas H. Pruden, Mrs. A. J. Smith, Bert Smith, James Smith, 
W. A. Smith, Bill Shockley, E. Bruce Sloop, Mrs. W. B. Stevens, Gerherd 
Taylor, Rev. C. H. Trueblood, Rev. M. L. Tyndall, Rev. Ed Ulrich, Herman 
Wellons, B. E. White, Jr., Richard E. Whitley. 

NEW SOUTH RIVER (130) Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Adamson, G. N. Ashley, 
Rev. A. E. Atwood, Mr. Warren Autry, J. V. Baggett, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. 
Bartlett, Mrs. W. Y. Ball, Mrs. John Beasley, W. J. Blanchard, Virginia Boley, 
R. W. Boling, Mrs. Mae Brady, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Brown, J. Edwin Bullock, 
Paul Bunce, Rev. Wade Bunce, Mrs. Annie R. Butler, Faison Butler, Rev. 
J. C. Cammack, Clifton O. Canipe, Mrs. A. L. Carter, K. W. Carter, Mrs. 
Mildred Carter, Rev. E. C. Chamblee, Henry Clark, Mr. Hue Cheek, Jack A. 
Clinard, Rev. Donald Cooper, James Core, Miss Cleo Creede, Mrs. Lena 
Crumpler, Rev. M. Paul Curry, Rev. Clyde Davis, Rev. M. J. Davis, Norwood 
Davis, Mrs. F. G. Dawkins, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Dowd, Rev. G. L. Denton, 
Rev. L. M. Dixon. Mrs. M. C. Downing, Mrs. Allen Draughen, Don Dunbar, 
Mrs. J. G. Dunn, Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Everett, Earl Davis Farthing, Jim 
Fields, J. W. Fowler, Charles T. Fulbright, Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Fulk, Rev. and 
Mrs. Louis S. Gaines, Mrs. Vernon H. Gallaway, Attie Giles, Rev. J. M. Gibbs, 
Mrs. V. F. Goodwin, Mrs. L. E. Heath, C. A. Holmes, Mrs. Nell Holt, 
Mrs. R. E. Hunnicutt, Bynum Jackson, Rev. Roger Jackson, Rev. John P. 
Johnson, Mrs. R. J. Johnson, Horace E. Jones, Robert F. Kelly, Mrs. Robert F. 
Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lambert, Hoyle E. Langford, M. C. Lee, Mrs. 
J. H. Lindsay, Mrs. Ronald W. Loftis, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Lowder, L. B. 
Mauney, Mrs. Weldon Melvin, T. P. Mills, Jr., Alton Murchison, Rev. Colon W. 
Myrick, Magdalene McCorquodale, Mrs. Eugene McPhail, Ivan Nail, Miss Meta 
Page, M. J. Pate, Thomas Patterson, C. Parker Poole, Rev. W. E. Pope, Rev. 
and Mrs. O. W. Pulley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wayne Racine, Mr. and Mrs. 
C. E. Reeves. Ted Rhodes, Rev. and Mrs. John Robinson, Dr. and Mrs. D. M. 
Royal, J. P. Royal, Ranby Royal, David P. Russ, Jr., C. R. Sank, Jr., 
John Scalf, Rev. and Mrs. Gordon B. Shaw, D. L. Stancil. Charles A. 
Stevens, Mrs. Cara Lee Tally, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Taylor, James P. Turlington, 
Scott Turner, Jr., Rev. Baxter Walker, Mrs. Sallie Ann Walker. W. H. Walker, 
Grady Warren, Needam Warren, Mrs. N. D. Warren, W. A. Warren, E. C. 
Watson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Watts, Mrs. C. L. Williams, Mrs. Norma White. 

NORTH ROANOKE (138) Mr. Julian Allsbrook, Rev. J. Felix Arnold, Mrs. H. W. 
Atkins, Mrs. Haywood Bass, Mrs. James Bass, Reba Batchelor, James R. 
Batten, G. E. Beal, Mrs. Julian Bell, Raymond Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. 
Benton, James H. Blackmore, Miss Peggy Bone, Dr. Douglas M. Branch, 
Harry Branch, Dennis R. Branham, Warren Brantley, Mrs. J. E. Brigman, 
George R. Brudlove, Mr. and Mrs. James F. BuUuck, Rev. and Mrs. Yates W. 
Campbell, Rev. and Mrs. Elwood A. Cline, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Coley, Mrs. 
Eddy Copeland, Mrs. Eva Cooper, David J. Crawford, Rev. G. N. Cowan, Mr. 
and Mrs. R. A. Daniel, Mrs. C. B. Daughtridge, Alex W. Davis, Mrs. Jack Davis, 
Mr. and Mrs. Leston Draper, Carl G. Edwards, Rudolph Evans, Paul Faircloth, 
W. B. Faulkner, Miss Drusella Ferguson, Clyde L. Fox, Alfred F. Gibson, 
C. E. Godwin, L. E. Godwin, Rev. and Mrs. Richard E. Gray, W. D. Griffen, 
Mrs. Earl Hamill, F. L. Harrison, R. C. Hasty, T. O. Hickman, Dr. John High, 
Dennis H. HoUiday, Mrs. J. L. Holliday, Rev. Ernest Howell, Mrs. J. D. 
Hursey, B. M. Hurt, Daniel Hux, F. N. Hyman, G. Durham Ipock, J. H. Jones, 
G. G. Jonney, D E. Josey, Robert Cary Josey, Mrs. J. W. Johnson, Rev. 
and Mrs. John C. Joyner, W. E. King, Mrs. L. H. Kitchin, Calvin S. Knight, 
J. E. Knott, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Clyde Lanier, John Lee, Mrs. K. S. 
Lester, J. S. Livermon, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lowder, Mr. and Mrs. Emil A. 
Mialik, Carl J. Milton, O. B. Moss, E. E. Murchison, Mrs. R. D. Mclntyre, 
Miss Sylvia McLin, Alexander Nelms, Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Oakley, John C. 
Parker, Mrs. V. A. Parks, Mrs. W. T. Partin, Mrs. Raymond Pate, Jr., Tommy 
Payne, Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Pegram, E. T. Pittman, Frank Pittman, Mr. and 
Mrs. Hunter Pope, Rev. Gordon L. Price, M. L. Pridgen, Warren Pridgen, 



86 Baptist State Convention 

Rev. J. R. Puett, Rev. and Mrs. Calvin E. Rains, Mrs. Fleetwood Rawls, Dan 
Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Robinson, Rev. and Mrs. William L. Self, Mrs. 
Ernest Shearin, R. C. Shearin, S. H. Shearin, Rev. W. Earl Shotwell, E. M. 
Simmons, Rev. J. N. Standi, Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Teachey, Rev. and Mrs. 
R. V. Thomas, C. E. Todd, Rev. Archer V. Turner, Mrs. I. T. Valentine, Sr., 
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Vaughan, Luther Viverette, C. T. Walker, O. P. Walker, 
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Waters, Robert L. Williams, S. C. Winbourne, Charles 
Wright, M. T. Yount. 

PEE DEE (41) Miss Daphne Boone, J. H. Bone, W. L. Currie, Mr. and Mrs. 

C. B. Deane, Mrs. Lonnie Deaver, Mrs. J. A. Edwards, C. O. Funderburk, Rev. 
and Mrs. E. N. Gardner, Robert B. Glazner, Mrs. Nelson N. Harte, Mr. and 
Mrs. Joe Haywood, J. W. HoUis, Roy E. Jenkins, Sr., Elbert N. Johnson, 

D. F. Jordan, M. L. King, Rev. Robea Leach, Rev. and Mrs. G. Carl Lewis, 
Rev. and Mrs. Wade A. McKnight, Rev. O. W. McManus, Rev. Ellis L. Marks, 
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mason, Miss Peggy Morris, Donald E. Neal, Mrs. 
T. G. Norman, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Pursell, Howard S. Price, Billy G. Rivers, 
O. E. Shelly, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith, Mrs. J. C. Standi, Rev. and Mrs. 
H. Cloyes Starnes, Douglas J. Stirk, Miss Betty Stone, L. A. Talbert, T. R. 
Thomas, Clifton A. Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wallace, Jack D. Weaver, 
Dr. J. B. Willis, Rev. C. R. Yarborough. 

PIEDMONT (141) Rev. J. F. Alberty, Rev. James S. Albert, Rev. James C. 
Alley, J. M. Allred, Mrs. I. C. Apple, Rev. Neil J. Armstrong, Mrs. Neil Arm- 
strong, Dr. W. Earl Armstrong, A. B. Asbill, Don Austin, W. A. Aydelette, 
Gene Babb, Jack R. Baldwin, Bill Bennett, Rev. Norman L. Blythe, Gene 
Booker, Rev. Claud Bowen, Rev. Howell V. Brady, Rev. and Mrs. J. Boyce 
Brooks, Mrs. Tina Bunton, Mrs. Fan Burrus, Mrs. William H. Cain, W. Murphy 
Cassell, Ray Chandler, Rev. James B. Clifton, Carlton Clinard, James W. 
Clontz, Roy Coble, Mrs. O. R. Creakman, James DeLoach, Mrs. A. G. Draughan, 
Mrs. Maude Draughn, Ben Evans, Rev. John T. Edwards, Clyde O. Ferrell, 
Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Fincher, William D. Fox, Glenn Gaffney, Rev. Billy M. 
Gordon, Rev. B. L. Gupton, Miss Betty Hamner, Mr. and Mrs. Woodroe F. 
Haywood, Mr. Gay Hensley, A. J. Hewett, Mrs. C. A. Hill, Mrs. Sadie HiU, 
Mrs. Wilma Hill. Rev. Woodrow W. Hill, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hines, Mr. 
and Mrs. J. T. Hobson, Raymond G. Hodges, Ed Holmes, Ernest Holt, Mrs. 
C. M. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Howington, George B. Hyler, C. F. Johnson, 

E. J. Jarvis, Nolan C. Johnston, J. W. Kanoy, Ed Kissiah, Rev. B. C. Lamb, 
Rev. and Mrs. E. O. Lankford, Mr. and Mrs. E. David Lee, Gomer Lesch, 
Rev. R. S. Liner, Marshall Luther, Mrs. L. M. Lippard, Rev. and Mrs. L. R. 
McNeill, Rev. and Mrs. W. Frank Marks, Mrs. F. T. Matthews, Ralph E. 
Miller, J. B. Mims, Rev. Charlie Monk, Jr., Mrs. Dahlia Moore, Clarence R. 
Nida, Rev. C. M. Oates, J. C. Olive, Herman Overby, Mrs. Lola Owen, Dr. and 
Mrs. A. L. Parker, Mrs. J. E. Pickett, Rev. Charles R. Pierce, Gilbert R. Pierce, 
Hev. and Mrs. E. W. Price, Jr., Dr. J. E. Rawlinson, S. C. Ray, Amos R. 
Rhames, Rev. and Mrs. George Richman, Paul Riggs, Homer Robinette, Rev. 
Troy G. Robbins, Rev. and Mrs. Woodrow W. Robbins, Rev. H. H. Roberts, 
Rev. Arnold L. Robertson, H. D. Jack Roe, Cecil A. Rumley, Mrs. J. B. 
Rumbley, Sr., Rev. and Mrs. John H. Scalf, Percy H. Searo, M. W. Shaw, 
T. E. Shoemake, Mrs. Addie Short, Mrs. D. H. Short, Rev. Claude Simpson, Rev. 
Lee Roy Smith, Mrs. Mack Smith, Rev. R. L. Smith, Rev. W. L. Smith, 
Hev. and Mrs. E. L. Smithwick, Hal R. Sprinkle, L. P. Sprinkle, Jerry Stamps, 
Judge Edwin Stanley, Mrs. Willa Stout, O. B. Teague, O. B. Teague, Jr., 
Clyde H. Tucker, Rev. George Tunstell, Mrs. C. E. Walker, C. A. Walker, Rev. 
George H. Wallace, J. D. Watson, Mrs. M. W. Weathers, Mrs. C. O. Weaver, 
Lawrence O. Weaver, Stafford Webb, Rev. W. G. Wilson, John W. Woody, 
Judge W. M. York. 

PILOT MOUNTAIN (137) Rev. R. E. Adams, Rev. W. T. Adams, A. L. Aycock, 
L. N. Bagnal, Sr., John Baxley, Rev. A. Howard Beard, David L. Beavers, 
Ray W. Benfield, Rev. V. Manly Bennett, Rev. J. Glenn Blackburn, Winfield 
Blackwell, Rev. David C. Boaz, Rev. Jack B. Brown, Rev. and Mrs. Charles P. 



OF North Carolina 87 

Burchette, Jr., Miss Carolyn Byers, H. A. Byers, James T. Campbell, Rev. 
Ralph L. Cannon, Irving E. Carlyle, Dr. C. C. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. 
J. Thomas Cook, Mrs. John Cornelius, E. L. Davis, Jr., Howard Dalton, Rev. 
J. Bryan Dosher, Miss Eunice Duncan, David Owen Dyer, David L. Early, Rev. 
Floyd W. Ellis, Mrs. Floyd W. Ellis, C. N. Essex, Rev. Richard F. Everhart, Rev. 
Milton G. Frazier, Mrs. Emma Lee Furches, Rev. Harry A. Goble, Miss Katy 
Ruth Grayson, Irvin Grigg, Rev. R. Claxton Hall, Rev. R. T. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. 
T. V. Hamrick, H. W. Hancock, J. H. Harb, Jas. M. Hayes, Dr. Ralph A. 
Herring, Rev. Gerald N. Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Holder, Jr., Ralph M. Hicks, 
Reid Holmes, Perry G. Huffstetler, Jr., Robert R. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 
James, Grant W. Jeffries, J. M. Johnson, Mrs. J. R. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. 
W. Elvin Jones, O. P. Kennedy, Mrs. J. M. Kesler, Madeline Long, Mrs. Lewis 
Ludlum, Mrs. C. T. McGee, Dr. and Mrs. W. K. McGee, Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. 
McQueen, Rev. M. E. Manuel, Coy Matthews, Mrs. L. J. Matthews, Rev. W. F. 
Martin, D. I. Massey, Rev. L. J. Matthews, Dr. Albert Meiburg, Mrs. J. M. 
Mitchell, Herman Motsinger, Mrs. J. H. Motsinger, Monroe Motsinger, Jeanne 
Myers, Walden G. Myers, J. R. Noffsinger, J. L. Niswonger, Harry O. Parker, 
James H. Pernell, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Petit, Rev. C. W. Pierce, Rev. and 
Mrs. M. H Phillips, Dr. Elmer D. Piper, Mrs. Hope Rains, Richard K. Red- 
wine, Rev. and Mrs. Paul M. Reese, Sarah Reece, G. Elmo Renegar, Rev. 
Ollis Revels, Leon Rice, Jr., Rev. Ronald E. Rice, Mrs. D. G. Richardson, Sr., 
Ernest Richardson, Miss Lounelle Selle, J. H. Shoemaker, O. B. Simmons, 
Mrs. W. A. Simmons, Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Stanfield, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson L. 
Stewart, Rev. and Mrs. D. J. Stoner, Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Swaim, W. T. 
Swink, W. Isaac Terrell, W. L. Thomas, Dr. Harold W. Tribble, M. D. Turner, 
Floyd Tuttle, R. C. Tuttle. Woodrow Utt, C. C. Vaughn, Ronald E. Wall, 
J. I. Waller, Frank A. Ward, Rev. W. L. Warfford, W. C. White, Larry 
Williams, Ruth Williams. Tom C. Womble, Wallace Wright, Roy V. Young. 

RALEIGH (306) Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Adkinson, Rev. and Mrs. A. Douglas 
Aldrich, Mrs. Hubert Alford, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nelson Allen, Rev. T. H. Allen, 
Jesse L. AUigood, Rev. John Andes, Mrs. Henry B. Arnold, Gladys Ascherl, 
Mary Basden, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Barbee, Mrs. B. M. Barham, W. C. Barham, 
Jr., Thomas L. Barnes. Thomas G. Bashford, T. C. Baucom, Mr. and Mrs. 
L. H. Beck, W. P. Biggerstaff, Mrs. C. M. Billings, Mrs. Harold Blackley, 
Mrs. Fannie Memory Blackwelder, W. L. Blanton, Donald H. Bowen, Miss 
Allie Bowling, Mrs. C. L. Bowling, Rev. Oren Bradley, Mrs. H. A. Brannan, 
T. W. Brewer, Mrs. Brasher, S. W. Brewer, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Manly C. Britt, 
Sr., Mrs. R. Howard Britton, Lamar J. Brooks, Mrs. R. M. Brooks, Allen W. 
Brown, A. G. Bullard, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bunn, Mrs. T. C. Bunn, 
C. H. Burt, Dr. Carlyle Campbell, L. L. Carpenter, R. B. Carpenter, Mrs. 
Thomas Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam E. Chalk, H. M. Champion, Mrs. Lewis 
Christian, WiUiam E. Claffey, Jack Coker, Harold Cole, Rev. John L. Coley, 
Victor V. Coley, Mrs. Frances Cooke, Howard R. Cook, Mrs. John Cooke, Mrs. 
W. E. Cooper, J. S. Correll, H. H. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Council, Ed 
Creech, Rev. L. B. Cralle, Mrs. Mack Creech, Roger H. Crook, Millard 
Grumpier, Mrs. Bettie Cyrus, Dowd Davis, Miss Peteronia Davis, Ruby Dawson, 
Rev. Theo Davis, Mrs. John Deaton, Mrs. Weldon Dem.ent, Roland Doepner, 
Mrs. George Donavant, Carolyn Dosher, Mrs. P. S. Dowell, Mrs. Allan Drew, 
Baxter Durham, J. M. Eason, Mrs. L. B. Ellinton, Rev. Thomas Ellington, 
Rev. W. M. Enzor, Rev. and Mrs. John T. Evans, Grady Faulk, Rev. W. W. 
Finlator, Lin Forrest, R. H. Forrest, Roy Frazier, Mrs. L. E. M. Freeman, Mrs. 
N. A. Godwin, Mrs. Harvey Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Green, Jane Greene, 
Mrs. Sester Green, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Green, Mrs. T. R. Guess, Clyde Ham- 
mack, E. C. Hare, Mrs. Paul Harrell, Carl Harris, Mrs. J. L. Harris, Parks C. 
Harris, Mrs. Violet Harris, Rev. Ottis J. Hagler, J. N. Hare, Rev. C. D. 
Haynes, H. A. Helms, Garland Hendricks, Mrs. J. R. Hester, W. J. Hines, 
H. A. Hodge, Jr., Mrs. R. C. Hodge, Ray Hodge, Rev. and Mrs. Emory Holden, 
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Holland, Mrs. H. O. Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 
HoUifield, Fred Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Preston R. Holmes, L. D. Holt, Mrs. 
H. H. Hood, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Honeycutt, Rev. Julian Hopkins, Mrs. W. B. 
Hopkins, Mrs. Treva Hunter, Mrs. A. A. Howell, M. A. Huggins, Lloyd Isaacs, 



88 Baptist State Convention 

Rev. B. W. Jackson, Mrs. D. R. Jackson, J. M. Johnson, Mrs. Mamie Johnson, 
Dr. B. E. Jones, Cyrus Jones, D. B. Jones, David Lee Jones, Wm. J. Jones, 
Mrs. W. T. Jones, Mr. Alphonso Jordan, Graydon W. Jordan, Paulene Jordan, 
Mrs. Henry B. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Keith, Mrs. W. H. Keith, Roy D. 
Keller, Mrs. Ella Keliy, Warren E. Kerr, J. W. Kincheloe, Jr., Dr. I. B. Lake, 
Mrs. John Lake, Mrs. Mary Lancaster, Roberts C. Lasater, Mrs. Evelyn 
Latternci, Mrs. E. L. Layfield, Mrs. J. T. Layton, Michael Ledbetter, J. R. 
Lee, Paul Lemmons, Mrs. Earl Lewis, William I. Long, Dr. Ben Lynes, Mrs. 
J. L. McClean, John L. McCullough, Charles L. McMillan, Jr., Mrs. Euva 
Martin, LeRoy Martin, W. D. Martin, C. D. Mattheny, Mrs. J. R. Matthews, 
Marie Matthews, Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Massey, William T. Mills, John Milner, 
Rev. Norman Mitchell, Wiley F. Mitchell, Jr., W. F. Mitchell, L. L. Morgan, 
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Morris, B. F. Morton, J. T. Moss, C. G. Mumford, Mrs. 
H. D. Murphy. L. C. Newton, M. F. D. Newton, Hugh L. Nichols, Mrs. J. R. 
Nipper, Maurice Norman, Mrs. Charles Norwood, Rev. Stroud O'Shields, Rev. 
W. M. Page, Catherine Paschal, Rev. A. Q. Patterson, Mrs. Claud Pearce, 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Pearce, Mrs. H. C. Pearce, Mrs. Lottie Pearce, Mrs. 
Egbert Peeler, Mrs. Florence Perry, Hezro Perry, Mrs. J. W. Perry, Mrs. 
Howard Phillips, Harold F. Pickett, H. M. Poe, Wilborn Pope, Mrs. W. H. 
Pope, Rev. and Mrs. James S. Potter, R. F. Potts, Mrs. Dewey Powell, 
Bennie E. Pledger, Rev. and Mrs. Gerald C. Primm, Mrs. Gladys Privette, 
James Pulley, E L. Rankin, Jr., Mrs. Coit Ray, James W. Ray, Owen Ray, 
R. P. Ray, Rev. E. M. Rhiner, Mrs. P. T. Rideout, Rev. J. F. Roach, Mrs. 
Florence Roach, B. E. Rogers, H. T. Rogers, R. E. Robbins, Lillian Roberts, 
Mrs. Zelma Rowland, W. M. Satterwhite, Wallace Scarboro, Fred Scott, Jr., 
C. R. Seagroves, W. A. Seagraves, Rev. and Mrs. M. O. Sears, Robert Senter, 
W. T. Shaw, Donald Shearon, Hal Shoemaker, Dan W. Silver, John M. Simms, 
S. D. Small, Sr., Rev. W. Arnold Smith, Burke Smith, Mrs. Eleanor Smith, 
Mrs. Jack Smith, W. E. Spruce, Charles W. Stafford, Mrs. Ruby Stephens, 
Rev. R. L. Stocks, Jr., Mrs. E. M. Stott, Mrs. Zeb Strickland, I. T. Stroud, 
J. O. Stroud, Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Summey, Lonnie Tant, Mrs. Spencer Tant, 
Mrs. Wallace Temple, W. T. Thomas, Jr., W. N. Timberlake, Dr. Clyde 
Turner, Mrs. James B. Turner, James B. Turner, Jr., Mrs. Otho Upchurch, 
Wade Upchurch, Rev. and Mrs. Joe Vaughan, William H. Vinson, Jr., C. E. 
Watkins, Dr. John T. Wayland, W. H. Weatherspoon, Mrs. O. R. Weaver, 
E. Paul West, Rev. James E. West, Jr., G. W. Wester, Robert Wiggins, J. M. 
Wilburn, Howard O. Wilder, Mrs. Nora Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wilkins, 
Mrs. A. H. Williams, Mrs. Leon Williams, T. Lacy Williams, Mrs. D. M. Wood, 
Mrs. J. H. Wood, L. A. Woodlief, Woodrow Woodlief, Rev. and Mrs. L. M. 
Woolweaver. 

RANDOLPH (59) E. W. Brady, Rev. B. V. Broadway, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin 
Caviness, Rev. Bill Clapp, Edward H. Daniel, Steve Davenport, George W. 
Dowd, J. R. Duffie, Rev. J. C. Dunevant, Rev. Stanley Earomirski, Mrs. 
Mary A. Earomirski, Mrs. J. C. Edwards, Dr. Carl D. English, Mr. and Mrs. 
J. E. Fitzgerald, Rev. and Mrs. Fletcher Ford, Amos Gardner, Dempsey 
Gatlin, Rev. Otis E. Hampton, Rev. J. C. Honeycutt, R. L. Hughes, Rev. and 
Mrs. R. N. Hunsucker, Hal Hussey, Rev. Samuel M. James, Crate Jones, 
Herbert Kidd, Carl L. Kiney, Mrs. Colon Langley, Mrs. Dewey Langley, 
Elton Latham, H. Page Lee, Rev. A. E. Madaris, Rev. B. L. Maness, Mrs. 
Hugh Maner, Herbert P. Miller, Mrs. Paul Nance, Rev. W. W. Parker, Mr. and 
Mrs. F. C. Pearce, B. H. Powers, Lewis Pritchard, Mrs. Ocia Purvis, Rev. 
Fred Reece, R. C. Reitzel, Mrs. G. C. Reynolds, Rev. Avery H. Smith, Talmage 
Smith, Ralph Snider, Rev. C. M. Strickland, Mrs. Clay Strider, Mr. and Mrs. 
Frank G. Toler, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Al Walker, W. D. Williamson, Mrs. Tate 
Williamson. 

ROBESON (67) Mrs. Raymond Ammons, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barnette, F. E. 
Bass, H. W. Baucom, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bennett, Paul Blake, David M. 
Britt, Mrs. E. J. Britt, Sr., James E. Britt, Mr. R. C. Bullock, Rev. W. C. 
Bumgarner, Rev. E. L. Coleman, Elton Dalrymple, Neal A. Davis, Max A. 



OF North Carolina 89 

Eller, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ellis, Faye Everett, A. D. Frazier, H. L. Floyd, 
Prentice Fox, John Gardner, Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. 

E. O. Goodman, Jr., D. Swan Haworth, R. A. Hedgpeth, A. J. Holmes, Jr., 
Charles Hostetler, W. R. Holt, Charles Howard, L. J. Huntley, Jr., W. A. 
Jackson, Rev. J. L. Jones, Rev. and Mrs. S. N. Lamb, Rev. T. Max Linnens, 
Rev. D. J. Long, M. H. McLean, Jr., Mrs. J. B. Martin, Rev. J. W. Meares, Jr., 
Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Moore, Nash A. Odom, Preston Parker, Mr. and Mrs. 
David R. Parnell, Forney Prevatte, Rev. J. I. Purcell, T. L. Rich, Jr., Bobby 
Seagroves, J. Stafford Sessoms, C. Clyde Simpson, Phillip Smith, J. F. Stegall, 

A. P. Stephens, Paul H. Thompson, Rev. and Mrs. Charles R. Tucker. Rev. 
and Mrs. Wayne C. Tyner, Eugene Williams, Rev. and Mrs. Forrest L. Young. 

ROWAN (66) Rev. J. W. Allen, Roy R. Beck, Mrs. C. H. Bias, Jr., Rev. and 
Mrs. James M. Bulman, Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Carpenter, Mrs. Charles M. Call, 
John E. Carter, C. D. Chapman, Mrs. E. C. Choate, Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Choate, 
Rev. Troy Clement, L. G. Dorsett, Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Eagle, Mr. and Mrs. 

F. B. Edwards, Rev. E. M. Fain, Rev. and Mrs. Billy G. Freeman, Rev. and Mrs. 
J. B. Gibson, Frank L. Cribble, Rev. L. B. Haigh, Rev. K. E. Haigler, J. B. 
Harrison, Claude R. Harwood, Gerald W. Herrin, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hocutt, 
Rev. and Mrs. Dale G. Hooper, B. Lester Huff, Mrs. Boyd Hunnicutt, Rev. and 
Mrs. R. N. Huneycutt, Suzanne Hunter, Rev. Wade H. James, R. L, Jarrell, 
Rev. Gerald Lanier, Mrs. C. F. Limerech, Mrs. R. E. Lowder, Mrs. J. R. 
Lowery, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Luther, Mrs. J. L. McCall. Harold J. Mason, 
Rev. H. G. Matheny, Ervin L. Newsom, Mrs. Lee Notes, Rev. Sidney Oxen- 
dine, Elmer Phipps, Mrs. W. V. Porter, Howard Rary, J. A. Richardson, R. L. 
Ritchie, Mrs. A. L. Rogers, Mrs. Clifford Seaford, Mrs. B. B. Smith. Betty 
Ruth Smith, Louise Smith, Rev. W. J. Stephenson, Mrs. Clyde Troutman, 
Mrs. S. M. Wheeler. 

SANDY CREEK (70) Mrs. Clyde Andrews, Mrs. Lester Barker. Mrs. E. N. 
Brooks, Rev. and Mrs. O. N. Burckhalter, G. G. Burke, Rev. and Mrs. E. W. 
Byerly, B. G. Campbell, Jr., J. L. Cauick, Mrs. Bryon Clapp, E. J. Clark, 
W. R. Clark, L. E. Curl, L. T. Dark, Jr., Dr. Elizabeth Dottesen, J. Colon 
Dixon, J. W. Dixon, Willie A. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Edmondson, 
J. C. Edwards, Rev. and Mrs. Edward C. Elliott, Mrs. J. W. Freeman, Mrs. 
E. L. Gavin, Rev. and Mrs. George M. Graham, F. H. Gilbert., William Glosson, 
Mrs. June Gunter, H. H. Hackney, Reid R. Harris, W. M. Henderson, Mr. and 
Mrs. Joe Hurley, Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Hutchins, Mrs. C. E. Jones, Marshall 
Joyce, Mrs. A. G. Kennedy, Geoffrey Knott, Robert L. Mobley, N. F. Moon, 
Mrs. Fred Moore, Jr., Joe Moore, V. H. Moorefield, Jr., Roy A. Morris, Mr. 
and Mrs. J. A. Overton, Mrs. W. H. Parham, R. F. Paschall, Mrs. George Pike, 
Margie Poe, Robert E. Poerschke, Graham Rogers, E. E. Sloan, Johnny J. 
Smith, John O. Smith, Lewis Smith, R. F. Smith, Jr., William W. Staton, 
Leslie Stewart, D. H. Stinson, Ray F. Swain, Linda Swain, Carl Teague, E. R. 
Teague, H. A. Teague, Alton W. Wilson, Leslie Womble, Burdine Womble. 

SANDY RUN (37) Alfred J. Abernathy, Coit E. Auten, Joe J. Bridges, Marjorie 
Bridges, B. Fred Bryant, T. W. Calton, Van Carroll, Edwin F. Chenoweth, 
D. H. Coon, L. A. Erwin, J. M. Ezell, J. R. Featherston, Max Gunter, Clyde 
High, Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Hovis, M. H. Ingle, Frank Johnson, Guy E. Johnson, 

B. W. Jolly, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kelly, Tom S. Lawrence, F. A. Lovelace, 
A. D. Matheny, Carl S. Mauny, Fred A. Mauny, James A. McAlister, W. Fletcher 
McGinnis, Zeb V. Moss, M. T. Morton, W. M. Owens, C. J. Piercy, Jeanne 
Saunders, John Freeman Wells, Dwight S. Watts, W. F. Woodall. 

SOUTH FORK (31) Belton Beal, Latt Beshears, R. G. Blackburn, Bill Buchanan, 
Harding Caldwell, S. G. Christopher, Johnny Davis, Dennis Ellis, Thorner 
Ervin, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Greene, C. H. Harrill, Ralph K. Harris, Rev. and 
Mrs. J. D. Hillman, Leonard Home, John A. Kale, M. T. Leatherman, G. T. 
Liner, Jack H. Mace, Rev. and Mrs. Linwood Peterson, W. L. Pitts, James E. 
Porter, Gordon Shrum, A. L. Schronce, H. L. Sides, Harold Townsend, A. A. 
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Williams. 



90 Baptist State Convention 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN (7) R. T. Burger, Paul Crotts, Mack Hodge, Glenn Parker, 
William Joe Richards, Paul C. Ross, S. M. Stroupe. 

SOUTH ROANOKE (86) J. B. Arnold, Sr., Clyde E. Baucom, J. C. Brooks, 
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bryson, George Bunn, J. T. 
Byrum, J. R. Carr, Edward G. Cole, Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Collins, E. Gordon 
Conkling, Rev. and Mrs. T. N. Cooper, A. B. Carroll, S. H. Coward, John D. 
Davis, Calvin Dempsey, Robert B. Eagle, John Eagle, Mrs. H. R. Easom, 
ToUie Epps, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Frye, J. Sam Getsinger, Thermon Griffin, 
Albert W. Grissom, Mrs. E. S. Hamric, E. E. Harrell, James H. Herring, Mrs. 
Irene Herring, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. High, Jr., Glynn T. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. 
E. C. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Holmes, Robert Howard, Stanley K. 
Howard, Irby B. Jackson, Mrs. Margaret Jefferson, Mrs. E. D. Johnson, 
William L. Johnson, J. C. Langley, J. S. Larrimore, Mrs. W. W. Lee, Mrs. 
Raleigh B. Lee, Mrs. Grover Leonard, Marion T. Lineberger, Roy F. Lowry, 

B. R. Manning, William C. Medlin, D. H. McCoUough, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. 
McKneely, James I. Miller, John Moore, Mrs. M. J. Moore, C. C. Moss, Paul B. 
Nickens, Rev. and Mrs. Grady Nowell, Mark Owens, Miss Florence Pittman, 
Mrs. T. M. Popperville, Earle J. Rogers, Paul H. Russell, Mrs. R. F. Speight, 
L. R. Stax, Mrs. R. L. Stephenson, Paul Strother, Raymond A. Stone, Mrs. 
W. C. Timberlake, John Tullock, Mrs. Ruel W. Tyson, Mr. and Mrs. P. B, 
Upchurch, Dallas G. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Waters, Woodrow W. 
Wells, Mrs. Janie Williams, Mrs. L. P. Yelverton. 

SOUTH SANDY CREEK (20) Mrs. Laura Baker, William L. Baker, Claud Con- 
nell, James B. Cooper, Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Deese, Mrs. David W. Gamble, 
Clarence Gordon, W. R. Gosnell, Mrs. Ray Gosnell, James C. Halliburton, 
S. E. Hannon, J. D. Ives, M. H. Mangum, W. K. Metters, E. T. Parham, 
Mrs. O. L. Seymour, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stanley, E. M. Turnage. 

SOUTH YADKIN (54) Mrs. Justus M. Ammons, Clayton Barker, Jr., Richard A. 
Beck, Harvie Brewington, Paul T. Brock, W. A. Claywell, Rev. and Mrs. 
Boyce G. Coates, Ed. Christenbury, C. E. Crawford, J. P. Davis, Wendell G. 
Davis, Evrette Elliott, Rev. and Mrs. E. S. Elliott, Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Gregg, 
Cecil Herrin, Paul Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Holland, D. A. Home, Wal- 
ter W. Jacobs, Carroll Jordan, Mrs. Jay Kennedy, R. D. Kerley, W. R. Kimberlin, 
A. M. Kiser, W. H. Lippard, Fred H. Martin, Leslie P. Martin, Jr., Bruce 
Mathis, Mrs. R. C. Millsaps, Sr., Ralph Millsaps, Jr., Gerald W. Naylor, 
J. Wallace Owen, Geter R. Porch, Coy C. Privette, Mr. and Mrs. Fred 
Quenelle, C. B. Revis, Wayne Riddle, E. W. Sellers, Clyde Settle, Tom Sherrill, 
W. E. Spears, Mrs. Robert Stroud, Dr. and Mrs. John M. Sykes, Annie Pearle 
Tatum, Elmer Lee Thomas, C. D. Watts, Lewis W. Williams, D. F. Winters. 

STANLEY (46) L. R. Almond, Hoyle T. AUred, F. W. Allred, S. D. Baker, 
Mr. and Mrs. Theron S. Biles, O. H. Bolch, C. C. Burris, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. 
Caudle, Warren L. Coble, Arch Cree, Mrs. W. H. Freeman, Macon P. Greene, 
M. E. Hargrave, Shearon Harris, N. A. Hayes, Vernon L. Helms, Mr. and Mrs. 

C. R. Hinton, George L. Hocutt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holbert, R. L. Hollbrook, 
Craig Hopkins, F. H. Hopkins, George Huggins, J. E. Kirk, Sam J. Lesley, 
Everette Lewis, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Loy, Jr., J. Lloyd Mauney, David F. 
Morrow, R. W. Mull, Banks W. MuUis, Carl Page, Frank L. Perry, Jr., 
R. D. Riggins, E. C. Roach, O. J. Sikes, Jr., Mrs. Jessie Simmons, M. W. 
Stallings, Mrs. Doris T. Tucker, Authur R. Waisner, J. C. Watkins, Mrs. 
Edith M. Whitley. 

STONE MOUNTAIN (11) M. L. Blevins, Alexander Carter, Ernest Caudle, 
Hunter Church, Wiley Darnell, James Durham, Roy Frankhn, Wayne Hendren, 
V. Winfrey Luffman, Troy Perry, Bill L. Pruitt. 

STONY FORK (3) W. T. Brackett, Carson Eggers, R. C. James. 

SURRY (26) Mrs. J. S. Belton, Rev. and Mrs. John Biddle, Mrs. W. A. Campbell, 
Mrs. R. A. Crawford, Roy Davis, Lois Dobson, Rev. and Mrs. Waldo D. Early, 
Sr., Lonnie A. Fleming, Elliott Hayes, Mrs. Sam Hennis, Paul Hester, Mrs. 



OF North Carolina 91 

W. A. Jackson, Mrs. Claude Johnson, R. L. Kizer, Mr. and Mrs. Evrette 
Marion William D. Martin, Mrs. C. W. Mayberry, Joe B. Maye, Hobart 
McFalls, Glen Mendenhall, Frank Sitton, Preston J. Taylor, R. L. Wilson. 

TAR RIVER (131) B. D. Adcock, George A. Aycock, A. T. Ayscue, Rufus A. 
Bartholomew, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Beam, Mrs. W. J. Benton, Sr., Mr. and 
Mrs. S. B. Bobbitt, Mr. and Mrs. Cline W. Borders, Wayland Bowen, Miss 
Daisy Bowers, Mrs. Ray Bowers, Raymond Britton, Gertrude Bullock, Mrs. 
J. L. Bumgarner, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Chandler. R. Lynwood Coffman, Mrs. 
H. B. Cottrell, Mrs. Louise Culler, Ralph Culler, Dwight W. Cumbee, R. R. 
Davis, Charlie Dickens, Sidney Driver, V. E. Duncan, Mrs. R. L. Eagles, Mrs. 
G. T. Edwards, Mrs. Levi Edwards, Mrs. S. E. Edwards, Cenieth Elmore, 
Mrs. A. P. Farmer, E. H. Faucette, Mrs. J. L. Finch, James Finch, Mrs. 
Eugene Fisher, Garland Foushee, Mrs. George Fowler, Opie Frazier, Mrs. 
Walter E. Fuller, Daylon T. Greene, W. Mann Gardner, Mrs. J. C. GiU, 
Clarence E. Greene, C. Lee Gupton, R. G. Harris, Mrs. A. C. Hicks, Mr. and 
Mrs. Frank Hinson, Ellis HoUon, Mr. and Mrs. Malcom M. Hutton, Colon S. 
Jackson, Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Jenkins, Sylvia O. Keene, Miss Sue Kelly, 
Mrs. C. L. Kerley, Mrs. Clyde King, J. C. King, Julian H. King. Mrs. S. D. 
King, Mr. and Mrs. E. Laffman, H. Ellis Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Leathers, 
Jr., Rev. and Mrs. John R. Link, Mrs. Fred McFarland, Mrs. Mildred Miller, 
Gilbert G. Mister, William W. Morgan, H. R. Mosley, Mrs. J. W. Neal, 
Woodrow W. Neal, Mrs. E. G. Nelms, Melvin Nelms, Mrs. Fred Newton, Mrs. 
Alex Parham, Paul Parker, Mrs. W. W. Parker, Sr., Bayard Perry, Gattis 
Perry, Mr. and Mrs. George Perry, Mrs. O. W. Perry, Carl E. Poston, Mrs. 
Clinton Purdue, C. O. Renn, R. Hayne Rivers, J. G. Robinson, C. E. Rodwell, 
Mrs. Carolyn Rogers, Mrs. F. Y. Rowe, Phillip Shearin, Lonnie Skinner, Mrs. 
J. L. Skinner, Sr., Percy Smith, Effert Snodderly, Rev. and Mrs. T. H. Steen, 
Mrs Coy E. Still, Jr., Mrs. Lucille Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. Garland E. 
Strickland, O. S. Strickland, Mrs. J. M. Stokes. Javis W. Teague, Mr. and 
Mrs. J. P. Timberlake, Leonard M. Thomas, Miss Carrie Thome, Aubrey S. 
Tomlinson, Mrs. Margaret B. Tomlinson, Mrs. Cumi Turner, Elmer Twisdale, 
Bryant Wood, A. J. Watkins, Mrs. T. H. Weldon. Sr., Mrs. G. B. West, 
Ruffin H. Wheeler. John Wheless, Mrs. T. V. Wheless, Ida Mae White, A. G. 
Willcox, Sr., Mrs. W. A. Wilder, W. F. Williams, D. L. Wilson. 

TENNESSEE RIVER (8) Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Baker, Rev. and Mrs. Earl Payne, 
Miss Doris Raxter, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Slater, Hyma Starnes. 

THERON RANKIN (39) M. S. Brittain, Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Gates, Ernest 
Cline, J. D. Compton, L. Vernon Connell, D. E. Couch, Miss Irene Covington, 
G. W. DeHart, Edward T. Harrell, Mr. and Mrs. Clin D. Hefner, James R. 
Helvey, Jr., Fritz D. Hemphill, B. R. Holbrook, Gordon Kanupp, Rev. and Mrs. 
Berry Lafone, W. W. Marr, William E. Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. O. Jack Murphy, 
Mr. and Mrs. Tobert W. Nelson, Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Pickler, J. Louis Price, 
Tom Pruitt, Joe Queen, M. L. Ross, Ted L. Starnes, Rev. and Mrs. E. F. 
Sullivan, Gordon Taylor, V. H. White, Harold D. Whitner, James M. Wilder, 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Young. 

THREE FORKS (24) E. M. Blankenship, Harme Brooks, Wade E. Brown, J. E. 
Crump, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Eggers, Clyde R. Greene, Homer F. Greene, 
James Y. Greene, Perry Greene, Walter Greene, Edgar B. Hardin. Ralph 
Hayes, R. D. Hodges, Jr., L. H. HoUingsworth, Mr. and Mrs. W. Walter Jones, 
James P. Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Perry, J. Hoyt Roberson, Mrs. B. W. 
Stallings, Frank Triplette, Rex K. West, Mrs. D. L. Wilcox. 

TRANSYLVANIA (21) Mr. and Mrs. Carl Black, Rev. and Mrs. Millard Brock, 
J. D. Brogden, Rev. and Mrs. John A. Cox, Clyde A. Fetner, George W. 
Julian, Mrs. Lewis McGee, Paul Morrow, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Neal, Mr. and 
Mrs. R. L. Phillips, Joe Seay, Mrs. M. C. Shipman, Frank C. Taylor, Mr. and 
Mrs. B. W. Thomason, Dan Wallin, Ben Williams. 

TUCKASEIGEE (15) R. W. Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Allison, Rev. and 
Mrs. Z. D. Baker, Clyde Collins, Finley Fox, W. B. Harrill, B. S. Hensley, 



92 Baptist State Convention 



Lawrence D. Jackson, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Myers, Quentin M. Perreault, H. P. 
Smith, W. L. Sorrells. 

UNION (49) Victor S. Batchelor, Mrs. Brice Baucom, F. E. Baucom, John A. 
Bivens. L. E. Bookout, Peniel Collins, B. L. Connell, J. F. Cunningham, Vance 
Edwards. Kathleen Edwards, C. Arthur Francis, Wade E. Funderburk, Mr. 
and Mrs. H. W. Gamble, J. T. Garland, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Greer, Brice 
Griffin. Melvin Helms, W. M. Helems, A. F. Hendricks, Albert Hinson, J. Dewey 
Hobbs, Jr.. Oren Honeycutt, R. H. Honeycutt, J. C. Hutto, N. S. Joyner, 
E. S. Lingle. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Melton, Mrs. Sam Morgan, W. H. Mullis, 
Robert J. Napier. J. L. O'Quinn, Mrs. Robert Outlaw, Mrs. Carl Parker, 
W. H. Penegar, Ames B. Pressley. Miss Elba Rouse, Gleen Rushing, Marshall 
Rushing. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sanders, Bruce Simpson, Mrs. Frances Simpson, 
Budd E. Smith, William L. Stover, Everette E. Talbert, J. D. Tucker, Earl 
Underwood. 

WEST CHOWAN (84) W. D. Barber, J. P. Barnes, Mrs. Florence Beasley, Mrs. 
J. L. Blythe, K. E. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin Byrd, Roy D. Campbell, 
William E. Carter, R. A. Chappell, Mrs. W. C. Conner, Miss Addie Mae Cooke, 
Harvey L. Coppedge, Charles N. Cranford, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Creech, J. B. 
Dailey. L. E. Dailey, Rev. and Mrs. Herman T. Dilday, Charles W. Duling, 
William M. Futrell. Robert A. Gardner, David E. Gay, John C. Gill, Levi 
Gillikin. Mr. and Mrs. Arba Godwin, Clayton Godwin, H. R. Harris, Jr., 
Mrs. Carolyn Heath, Harold Heath, Norman Hicks, David HoUoman, Mr. and 
Mrs. A. M. Jenkins, Charles H. Jenkins, Eugene E. Johns, Robert Johns, 
Mrs. J. L. Josey, C. W. Kreamer, Mrs. E. B. Lassiter, Mrs. J. S. Leary, Mr. 
H. B. Long, J. M. Long, Mr. and Mrs. C, G. Maddrey, James E. Maloney, 
Mr. Donald R. McNain, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Milne, W. M. Odom, Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert B. Outland, Mrs. Cole H. Parker, C. W. Parker, Scarborough Parker, 
Ross Pruden, Mr. and Mrs. Rowland S. Pruette, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ray, 
W. J. Sheridan, Rev. and Mrs. Charles Sinclare, Mrs. J. A. Smith, Mr. and 
Mrs. Daniel M. Spell, John B. Stephenson, Henry W. Stough, W. A. Thomas, 
Horace G. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tribble, Jr., Donnel G. Waters, 
Bruce E. Whitaker, Pat R. White, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. White, Mr. and Mrs. 
P. T. Worrell. 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA (6) Johnny Gibson, Charles Ginn, John A. 
Grant, Marvin L. Hampton, J. Alton Morris, G. E. Scruggs. 

WILMINGTON (86) J. E. AUard, W. D. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Batson, 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Boone, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. 
George L. Brown, A. B. Bumgarner, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Chadwick, Mrs. 
Colin Churchill, Ernest Creeck, L. Guilford Daughterly, Elbert F. Davis, Mr. 
and Mrs. Fred Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Entrekin, R. E. Evans, 
Mrs. J. D. Freeman. Mrs. L. D. Gaddy, Rev. and Mrs. A. T. Greene, Jr., 
Rev. and Mrs. Randolph L. Gregory, Mrs. S. O. Gupton, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. 
Haire, Rev. and Mrs. Jack Hasty, Jr., A. B. Herring, Dennis R. Hewett, E. J. 
Hines. J. D. Hobbs, Mrs. Betty Hunt, R. R. Jernigan, Sr., Mrs. George John- 
son, L. L. Johnson, C. W. Jones, Claude S. King, Mrs. Mae Langston, W. B. 
Langston. Preston L. Lawrence, Richard B. Leary, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Line- 
berger, L. W. Malpass, J. H. Mauney, A. L. McGee, Mr. and Mrs. P. R. 
Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Luther H. Morphis, Harry J. Moore, Dr. and Mrs. 
W. D. Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Mull, E. R. Orr, Mrs. Eugene Poston, 
Ford Rivenbark, W. M. Rivenbark, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Paul 
Royal, Bill Saunders, Mrs. W. L. Saunders, B. M. Smith, Jr., J. B. Smith, 
Mrs. Roger Smith, Mrs. John Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Stewart, W. H. 
Stokley, III, M. N. Teachey, Sr., Madeline Trask, Glen M. Tucker, Cecil 
Wallace, Mrs. Martha Walton, Mrs. E. B. Ward, R. G. Wells, Stacy A. Wells, Sr., 
Boyce White. 

YADKIN (34) Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Allygood, L. E. Barger, Home E. Bradey. 
Mrs. W. E. Brooks, L. Grady Burgess, T. A. Canipe, Fred J. Coram, Mr. and 
Mrs. Melvyn Curlee, Hubert Evans, H. B. Gentry, Albert R. Hastings, Lester 



OF North Carolina 93 

Haynes, Jack H. Ingool, Roger R. Jackson, Robert Martin, E. W. McMurray, 
J. W. Pardue, Sr., Jasper Phillips, James J. Randleman, Bryce Reavis, Mrs. 
Bynum Reavis, Jim Reavis, E. L. Reese, J. T. Reece, Mrs. Nina D. Reece, 
Mrs. T. W. Rose, Clyde Shelton, F. M. Steadman, Corbet Walters, J. D. 
Whisnant, Frank Wilson, C. E. Williams. 

YANCEY (6) E. G. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bryson, Mrs. George Roberts, 
Rev. and Mrs. Charles B. Trammel. 

YATES (181) H. B. Anderson, Mrs. W. E. Andrews, J. Thad Ashley, Mrs. Hugh 
Bagley, Mr. W. S. Bagwell, H. M. Baker, J. R. Barbee, S. L. Bumgardner, 
Mrs. R. G. Beckwith. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berry, Mrs. J. D. Boone, Alex 
Booth, Jr., Downey Booth, A. C. Brantley, Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin R. 
Bruner, O. H. Burnette, John T. Bunn, J. P. Byars, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 
Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Byrd, J. O. Cansler, Warren T. Carr, Mrs. Margaret 
Carrington, Charles W. Cheek, Paul Cheek. Mrs. Robert Chester, Mrs. J. C. 
Colclough, Mrs. Lewis Colclough. Trela D. Collins, Aaron Conn, W. B. Cone, 
Mrs. L. A. Copeland, Rev. and Mrs. Robert L. Costner. Mrs. Carlton Couch, 
Mrs. D. A. Couch. Mrs. Foy Crabtree, James Crain, W. T. Curlee. Mrs. Alice R. 
Dare, Mrs. R. E. Daughtery, I. L. Dean, Thomas O. Dekle, Dr. and Mrs. 
J. T. Dobbins, H. C. Dollar, Victor S. Dowd. B. B. Dunnagan, Edith Dimnagan, 
Mrs. E. C. Edgerton, C. C. Edinger, W. C. Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. J D. Farthing. 
Mrs. W. L. Farthing. Sr., J. P. Fearrington, H. L. Ferguson, Myrtle Ferguson, 
E. E. Ferrell, E. H. Ferrell, Mrs. Vance Fisher, F. L. Fulton. Joe Gantt, Mrs. 
L. L. Gardner, Mrs. R. L. Garrard, Beulah Gibson, Bobby Goodwin, J. O. 
Gordon, Ernest Green, W. W. Griffin, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Habel, Mrs. 
M. A. Ham, Mrs. E. F. Harris, Mrs. Frances Harris, W. Neil Harris, Carl 
Hart, Thomas E. Hartis, Mrs. T. E. Herndon, C. M. Hight, Hunter Hobgood, 
Dennis W. Hockaday, R. D. Holleman, James C. Horton. Mrs. Ruth Horton, 
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Howerton, Mrs. James Humphries, Jr., Jasper C. Hutto, 
Dr. Cecil Johnson. M. F. Johnson, Mrs. J. R. Joyner, Mrs. Fletcher King, 
Boyd Lambert. M. H. Langdon, A. C. Lawrence, H. J. Lawrence, Robert 
Lawson, Fred Lipe. S. S. Little, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Llewellyn, Mr. and Mrs. 
Charles A. Maddry, Mrs. Ervin Martin, Raymond Massy, Mrs. Elsie McArthur, 
Frank McGuire. Boyce Medlin, H. J. Melvin, James Miller. O. C. Mitchell, Jr.. 
Ray B. W. Morgan. Rev. and Mrs. Hubert Mumford, Mrs. J. G. Nichols, Mrs. 
D. P. O'Briant. J. G. Olive, Mrs. L. R. Overman, Mrs. Aaron Overton, Mrs. 
Huburt Page. Mrs. Otis Parker. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Parrish, J. H. Porterfield, 
W. L. Pearson, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Perry, Mrs. Charles R. Pickett, Mr. 
and Mrs. H. W. Pickett, Sr., Mrs. T. W. Pickett, Mrs. C. H. Poe, Rev. and 
Mrs. James L. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Poole, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. 
Ray, Cecil Riddle, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Riggan, Mrs. I. W. Rose, C. N. Royal, 
Mrs. Erma Schwach, Mrs. J. C. Scott, Burnice Smith, Rev. and Mrs. Malbert 
Smith, Jr., W. Ches Smith. Ill, Roy E. Snell, Mrs. A. D. Spain. Mrs. Calvin 
Speagle, Mrs. W. H. Stallings, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stanley, Ted G. Stone, 
Miss Bessie Strange, B. E. Suggs, Z. B. Teel, Fred Tumblin, Mrs. Vera Tumblin, 
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Upchurch. Jr., Mrs. Troy Ward. J. B. Ward, Jr., B. M. 
Watkins, Everett B. Weatherspoon, C. A. Webster, Jr., Mrs. Aubrey Wheeler, 
Jack B. Wilder, Mrs. R. B. Wilkins, M. Kenneth Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 
Yarborough, Coy Yates, Miss Nancy Young. 

TOTAL MESSENGERS REGISTERED 3,850 

No record was kept of the number of visitors in attendance. 



REPORT OF 
THE GENERAL BOARD 

Prepared Under the Direction of 
Malloy a. Huggins, General Secretary 



91. REPORT OF THE GENERAL BOARD 

I. RECOMMENDATIONS 

1. That the Cooperative Program goal for 1959 be set at $4,- 
150,000, exclusive of the amount received by the Children's Homes 
through church budgets and once-a-month offerings. 

Pertinent Facts: Let it be noted that this is an increase of $400,000 
for 1959 beyond the amount we hope to get in 1958. It ought to be 
done easily because this means only about a 10 per cent increase. 

2. That the goal of $3,750,000 through the Cooperative Program 
for 1958, as approved by the 1956 Convention be reaffirmed. That 
the distribution of this amount, less general items and the estimated 
amount for Children's Homes, be as follows: 

Cooperative Program Goal $3,750,000 

Less 

Estimated 

% of Total 

(a) Children's Homes 5.7 215,000 

(b) General Administration 2.8 105,000 

(c) Expenses Woman's Missionary 

Union 1.47 55,000 

(d) Aid Biblical Recorder 1.2 45,000 

(e) Convention's Share Retire- 

ment Plans 4.5 170,000 

(f ) Aid to Associational Missions' 

Program 1.6 60,000 

Total Items Deductible 17.27 $ 650,000 

Net Distributable $3,100,000 

Per cent of 

Total 

Distributable 

Share Southern Convention 40 1,240,000 

Share State Convention 60 1,860,000 

Distribution of 
State's Share 

(a) State Missions 12.25 379,750 

(b) North Carolina Baptist Homes 1.75 54,250 

(c) North Carolina Baptist Hospitals... 4.75 147,250 

(d) Colleges 40.00 1,240,000 

(e) Baptist Building 1.25 38,750 

60 1,860,000 



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The 40 per cent for colleges, upon the recommendation of the 
Council on Christian Education, is to be divided as follows: 

Wake Forest 28.0 $347,200 

Meredith 17.0 210,800 

Mars Hill 14.4 178,560 

Gardner-Webb 9.9 122,760 

Campbell 12.0 148,800 

Wingate 9.9 122,760 

Chowan 8.8 109,120 

Pertinent Facts: Let it be noted that the goal for 1958 through 
the Cooperative Program is $3,750,000. Let it be noted, also, that 
when the General Items and the amount for the Children's Homes 
are deducted the net distributable is $3,100,000; and that that 
amount is divided, first of all, 40 per cent for objects of the Southern 
Baptist Convention and 60 per cent for objects of the State Con- 
vention. Please note again the division of the 60 per cent. 

And please note again the distribution of the forty cents to the 
colleges. 

And again let it be crystal clear that there is no guarantee of 
this amount to any agency or institution. If the goal is reached, 
of course, these will be the amounts. If our churches will respond 
there is no reason why we can't reach the goal. But the point we 
are emphasizing here is that these are estimated amounts and are 
not in any sense a commitment by the Convention. 

3. That to undergird and support these goals for 1958 and 1959 
each church undertake to give through the Cooperative Program 
an amount equal to a percentage of the church budget for local 
expenses, exclusive of building fund. That the smaller churches, 
and new churches, undertake to provide through the Cooperative 
Program at least an amount equal to 10 per cent of the local church 
budget, exclusive of building funds, and that all other churches go 
well beyond the 10 per cent, on up to an amount equal to 100 per 
cent of the current expense budget of the church. Or let each 
church find out first of all what per cent of the offering plate dollar 
is being given through the Cooperative Program in 1957. Having 
discovered this, let each church determine to step up this percentage 
by at least 2 per cent. For example, let us suppose the total offering 
plate dollars in a given church in 1957 amounted to $100,000. Let 
us suppose that the amount given in 1957 through the Cooperative 
Program was 20 per cent of $100,000. Then let us suppose that the 
total offering plate dollars amount to $105,000 in 1958. Then if the 
amount for the Cooperative Program is stepped up to 22 per cent 
for 1958, the amount would be $23,100, or an advance of $3,100. 

4. See Section 62, page 62 for Recommendation for Allied Church 
League. 

5. That during 1958 the Convention continue to place emphasis 
upon tithing, and that particular emphasis be placed upon The 



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Forward Program of Church Finance in co-operation with the 
Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Pertinent Facts: The main emphasis made during 1957 to under- 
gird the total program, both of the local church and the program 
of the Convention, was the Tithers' "Prove Me" Program, the 
participation period to be the last three months of 1957. At this 
writing it is too early to estimate what the increase will be. It is 
earnestly hoped that many of those who are trying tithing for the 
first time during this three months period will continue the prac- 
tice of it through 1958 and on and on. 

The Promotion Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention 
has prepared materials for "The Forward Program of Church 
Finance"; and this recommendation means that during 1958 the 
Convention forces will center on helping the churches with this 
Forward Program. It is estimated that in the Southern Baptist 
Convention some 2,000 churches used this material in 1957. Already 
many clinics have been scheduled for 1958 in several sections of 
the state, in which clinics this Forward Program will be presented. 

6. That the Convention endorse the general movement in the 
Southern Baptist Convention of seeking to establish 30,000 new 
churches and preaching stations during the period 1957 through 
1964, which is the Third Jubilee in organized co-operative mission 
efforts in America; and that every effort be made by the forces of 
the Convention and the General Board to reach these goals. 

Pertinent Facts: It is believed that this recommendation will be 
sufficiently clear to our people who know something of this effort 
to establish 30,000 new churches during the period ending 1964. 
It is hoped that Associational committees and the Associational 
Missionaries, as well as the Convention forces, will continue to 
make careful studies of places where new churches should be 
established. 

7. That the General Board be authorized to provide for the 
"Biblical Recorder" in the 1958 budget an amount not to exceed 
$45,000 as shown in the distribution table, Recommendation No. 2. 

Pertinent Facts: In the table shown in Recommendation 2, let it 
be noted that the Recorder is due to receive 1.2 per cent. If the goal 
is reached this will amount to $45,000. This aid to the Recorder 
makes it possible to furnish pastors and institutions in the state 
and out of the state a copy of the Biblical Recorder each week. It 
also aids in stimulating churches to provide clubs in the churches 
and therefore increase circulation. 

8. See Section 62, page 62 for new Recommendation involving a 
prohibition on major expansion by the various institutions. 

9. See Section 62, page 62 for new Recommendation which re- 
affirms 1937 Convention action on social dancing in the Baptist 
Colleges. 



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92. 11. REPORT OF PRINCIPAL ACTIONS OF THE 
GENERAL BOARD 

The Constitution and Bylaws of the Convention gives the General 
Board "power to act for the Convention in the interim between 
sessions of the Convention," and provides that actions of the Board 
shall be reported fully to the Convention at its next session. 

In the following paragraphs only principal actions are recorded: 

Meeting of the General Board, January 14-15, 1957 

1. The following were elected as officers for 1957: President, 
W. Perry Crouch, Asheville; Vice-President, A. Leroy Parker, 
Greensboro; Recording Secretary, M. M. Jones, Nakina; Assistant 
Secretary, James P. Morgan, Raleigh. 

2. The following recommendations from the Executive Com- 
mittee were adopted: 

(1) That the General Board designate the work with rural 
churches as "Church Development Department." 

That beginning January 1, 1957, ordained personnel may partici- 
pate in the Ministers' Retirement Plan, or the Southern Baptist 
Protection Plan at the maximum of five per cent of a salary not 
exceeding $4,000. 

Unordained personnel must participate in Social Security at the 
prevailing rate on a salary up to $4,200. They may also participate 
in the Southern Baptist Protection Plan at a rate which represents 
the difference between the prevailing rate of Social Security and 
five per cent of salary up to $4,000. 

(2) We recognize the usual age of retirement to be 65 but an 
employee of the General Board may remain in the employment of 
the General Board to age 68 provided the General Board is assured 
that his health and activities justify it. 

NOTE: According to the Constitution of the Baptist State Con- 
vention of North Carolina, the General Secretary is an employee 
of the Convention rather than the General Board. 

(3) Upon the recommendation of the Executive Committee, C, O. 
Milford presenting the recommendations, the following were 
elected : 

W. R. Grigg as Secretary of the Department of Negro Work; 
E. C. Wilkie as General Missionary for Western North Carolina; 
Fred J. Smith as Manager of North Carolina Baptist Assembly. 

3. It was voted that the amounts suggested in the budget for 
supplements to Associational Missionaries' salaries be approved for 
1957, and the following associations, who have voluntarily reduced 
their requests be commended: Beulah, Blue Ridge, Brushy Moun- 
tain, Pilot Mountain, South Roanoke, Sandy Run, South Fork, 
South Yadkin, Wilmington, and Yates. We also commend the Pied- 
mont for taking care of its own program beginning this year. We 



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also commend the following associations for having taken care of 
their own associational work for several years: Buncombe, King's 
Mountain, Mecklenburg, New South River, North Roanoke, Raleigh. 

4. It was voted that the members of the General Board use 
their influence to persuade their associations to reduce, as rapidly 
as possible, their requests to the Convention for aid in promoting 
the associational program. If this is done it will enable us to give 
more assistance to our smaller and more needy associations. 

5. It was voted that each member of the General Board act as 
a representative to promote the Cooperative Program not only 
at the annual associational meeting, but during the entire associa- 
tional year. 

6. This recommendation was adopted: That we undertake to 
combine the special offering of the W.M.U. for State Missions in 
September with the special offering in the Sunday Schools, now 
scheduled for October, with the idea of making it one church-wide 
offering somewhat similar to what the Lottie Moon and Annie Arm- 
strong offerings have now become, same to be effective in 1957 and 
the third Sunday in September to be designated as State Missions 
Day. 

7. It was voted that the time of the meeting of the Convention 
be changed from November 12-14 to November 19-21. 

8. Approval was given to the recommendation "that the offer 
of Mr. Don G. Matthews be accepted for the purpose of establishing 
a Home for the Aging at Hamilton, North Carolina, if and when 
the funds are available, without obligating the State Convention for 
raising funds for construction." 

9. J. Larry Mayo, Jr., and W. R. Wagoner were unanimously 
elected as members of the Executive Committee from the Board 
at large. These, together with the chairmen of the seven committees, 
comprise the Executive Committee for 1957 as follows: C. O. Mil- 
ford, C. O. Greene, A. L. Parker, R. W. Kicklighter, L. H. Hollings- 
worth, J. M. Johnson, and James W. Mason. The President of the 
Board, W. Perry Crouch, and the President of the Convention, 
J. C. Canipe, are ex oflficio members of the Executive Committee. 

10. R. W. Kicklighter, on behalf of the committee previously 
appointed, presented the following resolution concerning the Rev- 
erend G. W. Bullard. The resolution was unanimously adopted as 
follows : 

WHEREAS, the Reverend Mr. G. W. Bullard, being led by God's 
spirit, is terminating his formal ministry in the Baptist State Con- 
vention of North Carolina to accept the pastorate of the Gregory 
Memorial Church, Baltimore, Maryland, and 

WHEREAS, we recognize his superlative ministry with the Temple 
Baptist Church, Raleigh, North Carolina, and 

WHEREAS, we recognize his long years of consecrated service 



102 Baptist State Convention 

with the Baptist State Convention as an employee of the General 
Board and as one of its elected leaders, 

Therefore, be it Resolved, that the General Board of the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina, in session January 15, 1957, 
at Raleigh, North Carolina, express: 

First, sincere appreciation to Mr. Bullard for his unselfish and 
faithful ministry to our Convention at large and to the General 
Board as a member and as president, and 

Second, gratitude to the membership of the Temple Baptist Church 
for their willingness to share his ministry with the Baptist denomina- 
tion, and wish for them continued growth in Kingdom service. 

Third, congratulations to the membership of the Gregory Me- 
morial Baptist Church and the Maryland Baptist Convention in 
receiving Mr. Bullard as minister and Christian leader, and 

We recommend that this resolution be entered in the minutes 
of the General Board and copies be sent to the Temple Baptist 
Church, the Gregory Memorial Baptist Church, the local news- 
papers, the Biblical Recorder, Charity and Children, and Mr. 
Bullard. 

Meeting of Executive Committee, April 4, 1957 

W. R. Wagoner moved, J. M. Johnson gave a second, and the 
resignation of Dr. Bruce Whitaker as State Student Secretary was 
accepted, effective June 1. 

Upon the motion of C. O. Greene, and second of L. H. Hollings- 
worth, the resignation of Roberts Lasater as Campus Director at 
N. C. State College was accepted, effective July 15. 

Upon proper motion the resignation of Miss Frances Nicoll, Cam- 
pus Director at Woman's College in Greensboro, was accepted ef- 
fective July 1. 

The secretary was requested to write all parties expressing the 
appreciation of the Convention for the services rendered. 

Meeting of Executive Committee, May 16, 1957 

This was the first meeting of the Committee in the new Baptist 
Building and in the beautiful Conference Room. 
Important actions follow: 

1. Jim Greene was interviewed and questioned concerning his 
Christian experience and Baptist beliefs. After thorough discussion, 
upon the motion of L. H. Hollingsworth, it was voted to recommend 
to the General Board that Greene be called as Student Director 
on the campus at Appalachian State Teachers' College at Boone, 
at a salary of $4,200 plus $1,200 home allowance, beginning August 
1, 1957. 

2. Upon the motion of L. H. Hollingsworth, it was voted to in- 
crease the salary of Mrs. Myra Motley to $4,800, and elevate her 
to Associate in charge of Vacation Bible Schools. 



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3. Upon the motion of R. W. Kicklighter, Miss Ruth Lassiter was 
approved for employment as interim Student Director on the cam- 
pus of East Carolina College for the period July 1, 1957, through 
August 31, 1958, during the absence of Miss Gloria Blanton, who 
will be on leave for further study. It was voted that she be given 
a salary of $3,120 a year, but that she be paid from the time she 
arrives on the campus, probably June 15, as she will need to work 
with Miss Blanton before her departure. 

4. R. W. Kicklighter and J. C. Canipe were instructed to compose 
a letter to be sent to the presidents of the boards of trustees of 
Wake Forest and Meredith colleges, with copy to the presidents 
of the colleges, embodying ideas discussed and agreed upon in com- 
mittee discussion regarding the policy of the Convention, already 
passed, regarding social dancing in our Baptist colleges. 

NOTE: This action was taken following reports in the newspapers 
that the Trustees of Wake Forest and Meredith colleges had voted 
to permit supervised dancing on the campuses. 

Meeting of the General Board, July 22-23, 1957 

1. Dr. Crouch made appropriate remarks concerning the new 
Baptist Building, and a prayer of thanksgiving was offered by him 
for the building and for what it can mean to our Baptist work. 

Dr. Huggins followed with additional remarks and called attention 
to some of the furnishings provided by the W. M. U. A motion ex- 
pressing appreciation to the W. M. U. was made and enthusiastically 
and unanimously passed. Mrs. McGee was requested to pass on the 
expression of appreciation to the W. M. U. 

The amount supplied by the W. M. U. was $5,000. This made 
it possible to provide a better quality of furniture and drapery for 
the Assembly Room, the Conference Room and for the office of 
the General Secretary than would have otherwise been possible. 

2. Upon the recommendation of the Executive Committee the 
following were elected to serve as employees of the Board: 

Harold Cole to the position of State Student Secretary; E. C. Up- 
church as Secretary of the Department of Church Development. 

3. The General Board approved the action of the Executive Com- 
mittee regarding the offer of Don Matthews to North Carolina 
Baptist Homes (recorded on page 1446 of General Board minutes). 

NOTE: The resolution passed by the Executive Committee and 
recorded on page 1446 of the General Board minutes, is as follows: 

WHEREAS, representatives of the trustees of the North Carolina 
Baptist Homes, and of Baptist associations in eastern North Caro- 
lina, have appeared before the Executive Committee of the General 
Board of the Baptist State Convention requesting that said trustees 
be authorized to accept a gift of $50,000 and land from Don C. 
Matthews, and also that they be authorized to construct a home 
for the aging at Hamilton, North Carolina, with said gift and 
funds to be raised: and . 



104 Baptist State Convention 

WHEREAS, these parties have represented to the Executive Com- 
mittee that such a home can be constructed at Hamilton, North 
Carolina, for approximately $150,000, and that the sum of $100,000 
can be raised for this project in the area of Hamilton, North Caro- 
lina, in a campaign outside the churches of the Baptist denomination 
and without aid from the Cooperative Program or the Baptist 
State Convention in any manner whatever; and 

WHEREAS, the Executive Committee recognizing the faith of 
those who are sponsoring this project, and desiring to encourage 
this faith so exhibited, it does hereby make the following resolution : 

Now, Therefore, be it Resolved, That the Executive Committee 
recommend to the General Board that the gift of $50,000, and land, 
from Don C. Matthews be accepted by North Carolina Baptist 
Homes, and that North Carolina Baptist Homes be authorized to 
establish a home at Hamilton, North Carolina, under the following 
conditions: 

1. That the sum of $100,000 be raised and in hand by a campaign 
and gifts outside the Baptist churches in said area; 

2. That the acceptance of the aforesaid gift of $50,000 and land, 
and authority to construct said home, be conditioned upon the 
raising of the said $100,000 as outlined in number one above; 

3. That construction not be commenced until the funds specified 
above have been raised and specifications and contracts approved 
which show that said home can be constructed within the limits 
of the Matthews gift and the funds raised in that area for the 
project; 

4. That it be clearly understood by North Carolina Baptist Homes 
that said trustees have petitioned for approval of this project on 
the condition that the Cooperative Program and the Baptist State 
Convention not be obligated in any way for the construction, main- 
tenance, and operation of said home at Hamilton within the fore- 
seeable future except as to the proportionate part of the percentage 
to be received from the Cooperative Program and special desig- 
nated gifts. 

4. Pursuant to the recommendation of the trustees of Baptist 
Children's Homes it was voted that the Odum Home at Pembroke 
become a part of the Children's Home; that a new cottage be con- 
structed at no cost to the Convention; that $20,000 per year for 
operating expenses be authorized; that all of this be contingent 
upon proper legal action transferring the Odum Home property 
to Baptist Children's Home. 

An amendment was offered to the effect that the Convention 
assume this obligation of $20,000 a year, or the proportionate part 
thereof necessary, to the extent that the Thanksgiving offering to 
the Children's Home, over and above the 1956 offering, does not 
provide the necessary funds; that it be understood that the first 



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$20,000 of the Thanksgiving offering above the amount received 
in 1956 go toward this purpose. 

The recommendation was adopted as amended. 

5. It was voted that all campaigns to secure funds by any institu- 
tion or agency of the Convention, outside the Cooperative Program 
or Special Day offerings, shall be limited to cash or pledges by indi- 
viduals, corporations, or foundations. Furthermore, it is recognized 
to be contrary to Convention policy for representatives of any 
agency or institution of the Convention, or employee of the Gen- 
eral Board, to encourage any local church to designate in its budget 
funds to that agency or institution. 

6. Recommendation was adopted that members of the Ministers' 
Retirement Plan be permitted to add 15 per cent of cash salary 
for his home, if this is needed to bring the salary up to $4,000. 

7. It was voted that the action of the Wake Forest trustees in 
accepting Federal funds for Bowman Gray School of Medicine be 
referred to the Committee of Twenty-five for study. 

8. Upon the recommendation of the Council on Christian Educa- 
tion the following report relative to a re-distribution of funds for 
the colleges for 1958 was adopted: 

Wake Forest 

Meredith 

Mars Hill 

Gardner-Webb 

Campbell 

Wingate 

Chowan 

100 % $1,240,000 

In order to understand the following action of the Board, one 
needs to note Item No. 4 of the action of the Executive Committee 
in its meeting on May 16, 1957, as recorded above: 

9. The General Board voted to express its regret of the action 
of the Boards of Trustees of Wake Forest and Meredith colleges 
to allow dancing on the campus and asked them to change as soon 
as possible their position towards dancing. (A substitute motion 
was offered that the General Board reaffirm the action already 
taken by the Executive Committee. This substitute motion was lost 
and the original motion adopted as recommended by the Com- 
mittee on Christian Education.) 

Meeting of the General Board, Raleigh, October 31, 1957 

The General Board met in Raleigh on October 31, 1957, at the 
request of the Trustees of Wake Forest and Meredith colleges to 
discuss further the matter that was dealt with in the July meeting 



28.0% 


$ 347,200 


17.0 


210,800 


14.4 


178,560 


9.9 


122,760 


12.0 


148,800 


9.9 


122,760 


8.8 


109,120 



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and action reported in Paragraph No. 9 above. Following a general 
meeting with all boards present, the boards of Wake Forest and 
Meredith met jointly while the General Board attended to some 
general matters that could not be attended to in the July meeting, 
and took the following actions: 

1. That the name of the Department of Negro Work be changed 
to the "Department of Interracial Cooperation." 

2. That the Convention Committee on Memorials be asked that 
a page in the 1957 Annual of the Convention be dedicated as a 
memorial to Miss Margie Murchison. 

3. Following this, the Board met again in joint session with the 
boards of Wake Forest and Meredith, and after some discussion 
the Board adopted the following statement presented by the boards 
of the two colleges: 

"Recognizing that wide publicity has been given to differences 
of opinion which have arisen amongst us in recent months, and 

"Desirous of correcting any impressions of hostility or lack of 
charity on the part of any parties concerned, 

"The General Board of the Baptist State Convention, the Trus- 
tees of Meredith College, and the Trustees of Wake Forest College 
join in the adoption and publication of the following statement to 
the Baptists of North Carolina: 

"The members of the three Boards have met together to discuss 
problems in which we have mutual responsibility and concern. The 
following statements convey the results of our meeting: 

"1. We recognize that our Baptist people are not 'of one mind' 
concerning the propriety of social dancing as a form of recreation. 
There are fine Christian people and loyal Baptists on both sides of 
the question. 

"2. We recognize that the Trustees of Meredith and the Trustees 
of Wake Forest, in taking action to permit social dancing on campus 
under proper supervision, were acting in good faith and without 
any willful intent to violate established policy of the Baptist State 
Convention. 

"3. We recognize that the General Board was acting in good faith 
in taking action to remind the Trustees of a Convention action re- 
corded in the 1937 minutes whereby social dancing was declared 
improper as a recreational function in our Baptist schools. 

"4. The respective Boards of Trustees, therefore, have suspended, 
without prejudice, their previous actions permitting social dancing, 
pending opportunity for clarification by the Convention itself in its 
November 1957 meeting. 

"5. The General Board, therefore, recommends, without preju- 
dice, that the Convention review its action of 1937 with regard to 
the prohibition of social dancing in connection with student life in 
our colleges." 



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93. III. PROMOTION OF THE PROGRAM 

Earle L. Bradley, Secretary 

This has been a very busy year and yet I offer a prayer that much 
and lasting good has been accomplished. 

Again this year we have given ourselves to the promotion of the 
whole program promoted by the State and Southern Baptist con- 
ventions. At the beginning of this year we had scheduled all the 
work that should have been attempted in one year — but when the 
staff had its meeting we realized that we must assume additional 
responsibility if the "Tithers Prove Me Program" was a success. In 
addition to speaking in a dozen or more associational rallies the 
Promotion Department assumed the responsibility for distributing 
all of the literature for this program. This was the chief responsi- 
bility of my loyal associate, O. J. Hagler, and my faithful secretary, 
Mrs. W. I. Powell. This was a stupenduous task but these two did 
a superb job. You can read more about this in the report of 
O. J. Hagler. 

This year we conducted several associational-wide Schools for 
Deacons, Schools of Missions, Stewardship Revivals and Mission 
Emphasis Campaigns. For the Mission Emphasis, this year we went 
into the churches on Sunday morning rather than beginning on 
Sunday night as we did last year. This experiment was very suc- 
cessful and we reached many more people. We have had several 
conferences with associational missionaries, lay-workers and pastors. 
We have attended conferences out of the state relative to state and 
Southwide work. We have conducted several Homecoming and 
Dedication services and supplied for many pastorless churches. 

Your Secretary of Promotion and his Associates have responded 
to many invitations from various organizations of local churches 
and churches from all sections of the state to explain our work. 
There are many other activities which we will not attempt to 
enumerate or enlarge upon which have made demands on us. I am 
sure that you understand that all of this requires countless cor- 
respondence. 

Also, this has been a year in which there has been a great demand 
for tracts, literally hundreds of thousands of tracts have been sent 
out by this department. This phase of our work increases each year, 
for which we are grateful. 

It would have been impossible for us to have performed the 
given tasks which have been assigned to us had it not been for 
our loyal associates and we pay tribute to O. J. Hagler, Guy Cain, 
Cleve Wilkie and to the splendid associational missionaries who 
have left their work to assist us in these efforts. I wish that I could 
impress upon the minds of all Baptists of North Carolina just how 
much this means to us in the promotion of all of our work. Also, 
I would like to say a special word to our secretary, Mrs. Powell, 
who has had added responsibilities and has faithfully performed 
her task. I want to add a word of praise concerning the Convention 



108 Baptist State Convention 

workers that have come from their departments to assist in all of 
these efforts. 

We look forward to '58 for the FORWARD PROGRAM OF 
CHURCH FINANCE. We will have two state-wide Conferences. 
Already about a dozen associations have requested a clinic in their 
area. These Clinics are to be for a period of ten hours. We are 
trying to get into twenty-five associations this coming year for this 
program. The opportunities are great — the people want to know — 
and we are trying desperately to tell them. 

We are indeed grateful for the opportunity of being a servant 
of the Convention and we request your prayers. 

(a) Report of Ottis J. Hagler, Associate Secretary 

In addition to my service as Secretary of Retirement Plans (see 
report filed separately) I have served as Associate Secretary of 
Promotion assisting Dr. E. L. Bradley and Dr. M. A. Huggins in 
the promotion of our total Denominational Program. 

In this area my work has been divided into three phases: (1) 
Assistance in completing and moving into our new Baptist Building. 
I served as a member of the Building Committee from its inception. 

(2) Assistance in preparing, and supervising the distribution of 
the "Tithers Prove Me Program" material to some 1,500 churches 
as well as promotion of this effort in the associations; (3) General 
promotion and participation in Schools of Missions, Mission Em- 
phasis and special efforts in the associations. 

I have traveled approximately 30,000 miles engaging in the 
following activities: 

3 Schools of Missions — speaking 25 times 

4 Mission Emphasis Weeks — speaking 24 times 
2 Stewardship Revivals 

8 Engagements in "Tithers Prove Me Program" 
16 Annual Associations 

II Pulpit Supply 

12 Pastors Conferences 

13 Special Services in Churches 

12 Executive Committee, General Board and Building Commit- 
tee Meetings 
2 Out-of-State Conferences 
1 Evangelistic Conference 

1 Week Associational Missionaries' Conference 

2 Revivals 

1 Southern Baptist Convention 

Grateful acknowledgment is given here to our office staff and 
the members of our Convention Family for the fine spirit of co- 
operation and helpfulness manifested by all. 



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(b) Report of Guy S. Cain, General Missionary 

My work as General Missionary for our Convention in Northwest 
North Carolina had its beginning August first of 1956. This report 
covers fourteen months, bringing us up to October first, 1957. 

A needful thing for me in beginning a work like this has been 
to get acquainted with the people. This has given me great joy. 
I have found some very excellent pastors and leaders. These people 
make up our most encouraging prospect for future growth. Work- 
ing with them is a real satisfaction. 

Below I give a general summary of my activities for this four- 
teen months period: 

The work in individual churches: 

Speaking on Stewardship and Missions 8 weeks 

Speaking on Church Leadership 2 weeks 

Revival Meetings 4 weeks 

Teaching Romans — January Bible Study 4 weeks 

Sunday School Study — Teaching 2 weeks 



20 weeks 



Working in the general promotion program in Association-wide 
meetings : 

Schools of Missions 7 Associations 

Missions Emphasis Meetings 5 Associations 

Deacons and Pastors Meetings 5 Associations 

Tithers "Prove Me" Meetings 6 Associations 

Then I have gone to thirty-nine churches for single messages on 
many phases of our work. 

I have attended six clinics and planning meetings on the associa- 
tion level which were led by others. 

I attended the Sunday School Clinic in Greensboro, the January 
General Board Meeting, the Conference on Evangelism, the Southern 
Baptist Convention, the Association Missionaries Conference at Cas- 
well, the Mountain Missions Conference of the Home Missions Board 
at Ridgecrest (where I was speaker one period) and I helped to 
lead the program for pastors at Mars Hill. 

Two periods of the Annual Association meetings have passed and 
I have attended twenty-three of these meetings, speaking at most of 
them. 

I have visited many Pastors Conferences, had many personal 
conferences with leaders of the associations and talked with many 
more people in the churches on pulpit committees and general 
church programs and problems. 

When I count this up I see that I have stood up to speak more 
than 330 times in fourteen months. 



110 Baptist State Convention 

(c) Report of E. C. Wilkie, Qeneral Missionary 
(April 1, 1957 - October 31, 1957) 
Statistical Summary of Meetings: 
Single Meetings 
Associational T. U. "Youth Night" speaker (French Broad).... 1 

Associational T. U. Mass Meeting speaker (Tuckaseigee) 1 

Pastors' Conferences Attended (Spoke at 4) 6 

Divisional R. A. Conclave speaker (Region 10) 1 

Church R. A. — Brotherhood Meeting — speaker 

(North Canton) 1 

Associational G. A. Camp speaker (Transylvania) 1 

Prayer Meetings — speaker 2 

Homecoming Speaker — (Kennedy Home, Kinston) 1 

Homecoming Director — (Mills Home, Thomasville) 1 

State S. S. Planning Meeting — attended (Asheville) 1 

Supply Sermons 6 

County- Wide Deacons' Rally — Speaker 1 

Visits to Church Services 4 

Annual Associations Attended (Spoke at 6) 10 

Multiple Meetings 

Associational Missionaries' Conference — 

Attended (Caswell) 5 days 

Mission Emphasis Campaigns — 3 (Cabarrus, 

Alexander, Union) 9 days 

Training Union Study Course (Hazelwood Church) 4 days 

Pastors' — Leaders' — Deacons' Schools — 5 (French 

Broad, Mitchell, Ashe, Carolina, Transylvania) 25 days 

Stewardship Emphasis Weeks — 2 (Altamahaw, 

Edgewood churches) 15 days 

Week-end Revival — 1 (Spring Lake Church) 3 days 

Evangelistic Campaigns 5 (Scott's Creek, Beaver- 
dam, Fries, Starnes' Cove, and Calvary Chapel 
churches) 45 days 

The above represents a total of 55 different churches (or places) 
in which I spoke, and a total of 171 individual meetings. I also 
attended the Southern Baptist Convention in Chicago, in addition 
to the above. Time spent in study, travel, etc., cannot be put in 
statistics, of course, but they represented many more pleasant hours 
in service to the Convention. For the privilege of service to our 
great people, I am grateful. 

94. IV. STATE MISSIONS 

E. L. Spivey, Secretary 
(October 1, 1956 - September 30, 1957) 

Your combined State Mission ministries of Evangelism, Enlist- 
ment, Teaching, Training, and Care continue to reach out as a 



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co-operative source of supply of men and money in meeting the 
needs of missions at home and abroad. 

All members of the staff working together in this missionary 
enterprise are grateful to our Convention of churches and the 
Woman's Missionary Union for their moral, spiritual, and financial 
support whereby we have this privilege. 

A glance at the reports from your missionaries and the total 
work of this Division of our Convention's program will reveal to 
you some of the excellent progress that has been made during the 
past year. 

Miss Betty Ferrell came to the Office of State Missions in April 
as Assistant to the Secretary. She has exemplified the fine qualities 
of faithfulness, efficiency, and ability. 

Please note these facts: Direct Missionary Pastors' Assistance and 
Church Extension, $109,080 in 143 churches and missions in 57 
associations with 146 pastors. 

Two new departments were established by the General Board 
during 1957, namely, Work with the Negro Convention, Rev. W. R. 
Grigg, Secretary; and Church Development, Rev. Ernest C. Up- 
church, Secretary. These men have had fine Convention-wide 
acceptance and are doing superb work. The work with the Negro 
Convention has expanded beyond our highest hopes. 

Two other ministries were transferred to State Missions by the 
General Board: the Brotherhood Department from Administration 
and Promotion and Royal Ambassador work from the Woman's 
Missionary Union. The work of Mr. Horace Easom and Rev. Bill 
Jackson has been outstanding throughout the year. In our Conven- 
tion 73 of the 75 associations have from one to 50 Brotherhoods 
in them. During the year 4,300 boys and leaders have been reached 
in special R. A. emphases; 3,000 have been reached in regional 
meetings; and over 5,000 boys attended the R. A. Conclaves. 

Special Note: The budget needs of these two fine departments 
were also transferred to State Missions, thus requiring $35,000 ad- 
ditional demand upon the State Mission budget. 

Dr. Herman Ihley, our new Secretary of the Sunday School 
Department, has done an admirable job in promoting and activating 
this significant phase of our Convention work. 

Note: Record number of awards, 42,216 from 1,355 churches. The 
department reached 14,060 pastors, teachers, and officers from 
churches and associations. Through Bible schools conducted, the 
largest number of conversions for any previous year was reported — ■ 
6,120. 

An elementary worker is greatly needed now in this department. 

Rev. Harold Cole was elected in July as the new Baptist Student 
Union Secretary. His wide experience in this field enabled him 
to move quickly into the successful promotion of this work. Four 
new campus directors have been added during the year. (See Mr. 
Cole's report.) We have a Baptist Student program in 43 schools 
in the State with only eleven campus directors, eight of whom are 



112 Baptist State Convention 

supported by the department. An acute need now is another as- 
sociate to work with the State Secretary. 

Mr. Fred Smith came with the Convention in January as Manager 
of the North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Southport and Fruitland 
Camp at Hendersonville. He brought to this position an excellent 
record of service in similar fields. During the summer season he 
and Mr. B. G. Henry, Director at Fruitland Camp, gave to the 
organizations of our churches and associations an effective, efficient, 
and fruitful ministry. 

Mr. Jimmy Morgan continues his superb leadership in our Train- 
ing Union work. 

Note: Record number of awards, 63,255 from 1,427 churches and 
71 associations. The department reached 14,500 pastors, Training 
Union leaders, and others from the churches and associations. 

Evangelism, under the leadership of Dr. Julian Hopkins, is con- 
tinuing to expand in its concept and personal application. Thirty-six 
associational-wide clinics of instruction, guidance, and commit- 
ment have been conducted. This heralds a new day for vital New 
Testament Evangelism. 

Mr. Joe Stroud is proving to everyone that he is indeed a music 
missionary in our State. New ideas, concepts, and values of sacred 
music are successfully promoted by this department through our 
churches and associations. 

Mr. L. L. Morgan through his department of Church Planning is 
doing almost the impossible. 

Look at this: In co-operation with the Nashville office he assisted 
1,056 churches last year. The demand for these services prove 
the overripe need for such a department in our Convention. 

Rev. L. J. Morriss continues his very effective and expanding 
ministry in the field of Audio-Visual Aids. So many requests are 
coming from all phases of our Convention life, namely, institutions 
and agencies, that it seems that a greatly enlarged department is 
now a necessity. 

Dr. Canipe reports a record enrollment of 190 students at Fruit- 
land Bible Institute for the beginning of its eleventh year. This 
mission enterprise alone should challenge the support of every Bap- 
tist church for State Missions. 

Your program for reaching the Silent People completed ten 
years of ministry in September. Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Potter con- 
tinue their very effective service with these worthy souls. 

We register here our gratitude for the fine services of Rev. 
Claude Connell at Samarcand and Rev. Ray Gosnell at McCain 
Sanatorium; also, the effective ministry of the Allied Church 
League. 

Two very fine weeks for pastors were conducted at Mars Hill 
College and Wingate College during the summer. 

Please REMEMBER that the General Board in January of 1957 



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combined the special offering days of the Woman's Missionary 
Union, the first week in September, and the Sunday School, the 
last Sunday in October, to read "Offering for State Missions the 
third Sunday in September." (In 1958 it will be September 21.) 
This combined effort must equal or exceed the two previous days 
or your program of State Missions will be greatly curtailed. 

Note: The receipts for State Missions from October 1, 1956, 
through September 30, 1957, are: Cooperative Program, $223,098; 
special designations (Woman's Missionary Union, churches, Sunday 
School Board, etc.) $218,344. 

1. Missionary Pastoral Assistance 

Below is given a summary of the work done by our pastors 
who are given aid on salary. This information is compiled from 
reports received from these men for the period October 1, 1956, 
through September 30, 1957: 

Number of Missionary pastors 122 

Number of churches aided 125 

Sermons 10,203 

Other addresses 4,111 

Revivals held 198 

Training Classes conducted 172 

Visits made 36,911 

Conversions 1,800 

Baptisms 1,292 

Additions other than by baptism 1,161 

Subscriptions to Charity and Children 503 

Subscriptions to Biblical Recorder 586 

Subscriptions to Mission Magazines 747 

Gifts reported from the churches during the period: 

Buildings and repairs $204,792 

Pastors' salaries 181,926 

Undesignated Cooperative Program 28,597 

State Missions 3,421 

Home Missions 1,927 

Foreign Missions 7,420 

Heck- Jones 104 

Education 1,044 

Orphanage 3,376 

Aid in Evangelistic meetings 1,154 

Hospital 1,949 

American Bible Society 98 

Associational Missions 2,558 

Baptist Home for Aging 1,910 



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2. Church Extension 
October 1, 1956 - September 30, 1957 

Association Church Amount 

Ashe Laurel Knob $ 300.00 

Atlantic Baptist Mission near New Bern 1,375.00 

Harkers Island Mission 500.00 

Sealevel 700.00 

Temple 750.00 

Blue Ridge Greenlee 1,500.00 

Parkers Chapel 800.00 

Buncombe Buena Vista 600.00 

Cabarrus Glorietta 400.00 

Columbus Trinity 750.00 

Forest Lawn 1,000.00 

French Broad Hot Springs 500.00 

Long Branch 300.00 

Laurel Branch 300.00 

Davis Chapel 300.00 

Haywood ..Richlands 200.00 

Neuse Immanuel 1,750.00 

Adamsville 2,000.00 

Pee Dee. ..Laurinburg Mission 750.00 

Piedmont Jamestown 1,250.00 

Emerywood 2,000.00 

Asheboro Street Mission 1,000.00 

Pilot Mountain ..Knollwood 3,000.00 

Raleigh Saint Johns 500.00 

Randolph Grey Stone 4,000.00 

Sandy Run Mountain View 400.00 

South Roanoke Hillsdale 1,500.00 

Tar River._ .Harriett -. 500.00 

Transylvania ...Selica Mission 400.00 

Wilmington Lake Forest 1,250.00 

Yates Glen Lennox 500.00 

Ridgecrest 500.00 



Total $31,575.00 

Atlantic Special gift to Baptist 

Mission at New Bern 125.00 



$31,700.00 



Tuckaseigee Cullowhee Church (given 

for building) 2,000.00 



$33,700.00 
3. Department of Interracial Cooperation 
W. R. Grigg, Secretary 

This is one of our newest departments of work as a part of the 
total ministry of State Missions. The name implies that it is a co- 



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operative effort between the two major Baptist State Conventions 
— the General Baptist State Convention and the Baptist State Con- 
vention of North Carolina. 

Aim 

The aim of this Cooperation is to grow more and better Baptist 
churches in North Carolina and to give emphasis to bringing about 
a more Christian understanding between all the people within the 
borders of our state. The whole program is one of mutual Christian 
helpfulness to all people through the churches. 

Personnel 

Department personnel now consists of the Secretary; Office Secre- 
tary, Mrs. Mary Lou Maynard, who divides her time with the 
Department of Evangelism; Dean of Forsyth Missionary Fellowship, 
Reverend Junius A. Dudley, Winston-Salem; Dean of Mecklenburg 
Inter-racial Commission, Reverend A. Walter Williams, Charlotte; 
and Professor of Philosophy and Religion, Shaw University, Rev- 
erend James DeOtis Roberts, Raleigh. The salaries of the three 
last named are paid by the Home Mission Board of the Southern 
Baptist Convention but their work is under the direction of the 
Department Secretary. 

Activities 

This report includes activities from April 1 through October 31, 
1957, since the Department has its existence dating from April 1, 
1957, only. In addition to the work of the Department the report 
includes a summary of the activities of Dr. O. L. Sherrill, Executive 
Secretary of the General Baptist State Convention. Dr. Sherrill 
says, "We are thankful to the Baptist State Convention for all 
financial and the many other contributions made toward the de- 
velopment of the churches of the General Baptist State Convention." 

The following statistics concerning the activities of the personnel 
portray something of the type of program and accomplishments of 
the Department : 

Secretary's Report 

Sermons and addresses 130 

Group and Individual Conferences 53 

Classes Taught 15 

Revivals 3 

Professions of Faith 36 

Additions by Letter 21 

Extension Centers (Shaw University) 2 

Enrollment 36 

Churches Visited 25 

State, National, Associational and District Meetings.... 74 

College and Seminary Visits 8 

Assemblies and Camps 5 

Leadership Training Institutes 4 

Enrollment 393 



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Vacation Bible Schools 1 

Total Vacation Bible Schools by all Workers 64 

Recapitulation of Reports of All Workers 

Number of Paid Workers 5 

Number of Sermons, addresses, services, etc 235 

Churches Visited and Other Meetings 175 

Revivals Conducted 3 

Professions of Faith 271 

Additions by Letter 80 

Number of Training Institutes 8 

Institute Enrollment 1,033 

Number of Extension Centers ( Shaw University ) 2 

Enrollment in Extension Centers 25 

Number of Vacation Bible Schools 64 

Enrollment in Vacation Bible Schools (Approx.) 5,916 

Others Enrolled for Instruction during Year 1,005 

Statistical Summary of 
Dr. O. L. Sherrill 

Number of Staff Meetings 12 

Number of Miles Traveled 21,501 

Number of Associational Conferences Attended. 48 

Number of Letters Mailed 6,515 

Number of Sermons Preached 118 

Number of Lectures Delivered 136 

Number of Churches Visited 46 

Nimiber of Ministers Visited 2,139 

Only a Beginning 

God has blessed us with a good beginning but we recognize that 
it is only a beginning. For the helpful and favorable response of 
the Baptist church members of both Conventions we express the 
thanks of each member of the Department. We urge you to con- 
tinue to help us with your prayers, your words of encouragement, 
and your co-operation with each other in your community. The 
facts that one-half of all the people of North Carolina are lost and, 
therefore, unchurched and that the largest room in all of our 
churches is the room for improvement challenge us to do our best 
to bring into being all the churches needed and to improve all the 
existing churches to the end that God's Will can be done always 
and everywhere. 

4. Work With the Silent People 
Jerry F. Potter, Missionary 

It is natural, I suppose, for a person who is seeking to know and 
do the will of our Lord to look backward occasionally and wonder 



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just what has been accomplished for Him. God's program is so 
huge that our individual efforts may seem obscured by the tre- 
mendous challenge before us. Thus it is that we look backward 
with some degree of satisfaction although we know the job of 
reaching the deaf for Christ has hardly begun. 

Just as a snowball is more difficult to push when it is small, so 
the deaf work was hard to promote for a long time. It was unknown, 
for the most part and to the majority of Baptists in North Carolina, 
however, through the wonderful medium of our Biblical Recorder, 
the Charity and Children, schools of missions, and personal contact 
the needs of the deaf have been presented to the people. Now 
the interest is growing in leaps and bounds. Our hearts rejoice as 
we receive letters telling of others who feel God calling them to 
work full time with the Silent People. There is an increasing 
volume of requests for sign language classes where hearing people 
may learn the sign language. 

In our summer camp for the deaf at Fruitland last July, a young 
hearing man who was working with the R. A.'s, meeting the same 
week as the deaf, came to me and told me he felt God calling him 
to work with the deaf. He is now in one of our Baptist colleges 
preparing for this new work God has called him to. Through the 
efforts of three hearing people who were interested enough to learn 
the sign language, a Training Union was started for the deaf group 
in Rocky Mount First Church. Recently this same group was 
awarded the Standard Training Union Award — the first time in 
history a deaf Training Union has accomplished this. They were 
presented, at the same time, the Citation of Meritorious Service 
by the State Convention, the twelfth such award given in seven 
years! 

We are praying that a way will be opened that the sign language 
may be taught in Southeastern Seminary as it is in several of our 
seminaries. Perhaps it will be possible to have such a class on the 
free time of the interested students. This will be a tremendous 
step toward meeting the spiritual needs of those who wait in 
silence. 

It is impossible to list the many phases of our work here: the 
camp at Fruitland, weddings, funerals, schools of missions, sign 
language classes, worship services, revivals, Bible classes, and many 
others. However, it is enough to say that the job is big and we 
earnestly request your prayers. 

5. Pastors' Schools — General 

Rev. J. C. Pipes, for twenty-five years missionary of the Con- 
vention, is the father of these one week schools — beginning in 1936. 

A few years ago these schools culminated in the establishment of 
Fruitland. From the beginning, Stewardship, Missions, and Bible 
Interpretation were taught. 

For a number of years, pastors' schools at Mars Hill and Caswell 



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for all pastors, regardless of training, have been conducted. Some 
of the outstanding scholars in America have served on the faculties. 
Last summer, the w^eek of "Christian Study and Fellowship" at 
Mars Hill reached an all-time high in attendance. Two were held 
this summer, one at Mars Hill College and another at Wingate 
College. These weeks offer the pastors and their families a wonder- 
ful opportunity for study, fellowship, and rest. 

6. P. O. A. U. 

Protestant and Other Americans United for the Separation of 
Church and State: 

Ours is the only country in the world which by its Constitution 
prohibits the authority of the State and the authority of the Church 
from acting upon each other. This law was enacted because conflicts 
between Church and State had caused great trouble in the Old 
World. The early Baptists in America were leaders in the effort 
to prevent such conflicts here by keeping the church out of govern- 
ment and the government out of religion. The laws says: "Congress 
shall pass no law respecting an establishment of religion or pro- 
hibiting the free exercise thereof." This is more than religious 
freedom; it is separation of Church and State. 

Because this law has ben increasingly broken by Protestants and 
Roman Catholics, POAU was organized to help reaffirm and protect 
the law. Its offices are in Washington but its activities are spread 
all over the United States. 

7. Student Loan Fund 
Leon P. Spencer, Comptroller 

Still another phase of the State Missions Program is the financial 
aid it offers to young men and women who are attending college 
in preparation for full time Christian service, such aid being in 
the form of loans on relatively liberal terms. 

The applicant for a loan shall present an endorsement from his 
or her church, such endorsement to be passed upon by the church 
in conference; and also, he or she shall offer the names of three 
sponsors who will furnish statements as to the applicant's ability, 
fitness, character, devotion and trustworthiness. No financial obli- 
gation is incurred by the church or the sponsors. 

8. McCain Tuberculosis Sanatorium 

At McCain Sanatorium there are about 300 patients of which 
more than half are Baptists. We have tried to meet their special 
needs by supplying a chaplain who is one of the local pastors at 
Aberdeen. If you have a relative or a friend who is a patient at 
McCain and you would like for the chaplain to visit him, you may 
write to Rev. Ray Gosnell, Aberdeen. 



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9. Samarcand Industrial School For Girls 

The ministry at Samarcand (near Aberdeen, N. C.) is a most 
worthy one. There are an average of 150 girls at the institution. 
This large annual turnover opens wide the door for a Christian 
ministry. 

The girls look forward with anticipation to the hour of worship 
each Sunday afternoon. They are grateful to State Missions for 
making it possible for them to hear the gospel. 

Because of the conditions under which these girls are placed 
at Samarcand it is essential that we continue to share with them 
the Christian message. This is done through a local minister who 
serves as chaplain. 

10. North Carolina Baptist Assembly 
Fred Smith, Manager 

In its 1957 season, the North Carolina Baptist Assembly on the 
grounds of historic Fort Caswell near Southport enjoyed a high- 
level program which touched the congregational life of much of 
the state. Bible study, excellent preaching, Christian fellowship 
and inspiration, and instruction in organizational methods char- 
acterized each conference. The serious purpose and glad co- 
operation of guests and staff were gratifying and encouraging to 
the Assembly committee. 

Family Mission Week, with its emphasis that the whole world 
is a family, was a popular new feature. All of the missionary 
agencies of the Convention — Brotherhood and W.M.S., Y.W.A. and 
younger age groups — participated. Music Week brought vocalists 
and other church musicians from many associations with leader- 
ship from the whole Southern Convention. Three Training Union 
Weeks continued to attract the largest enrollment of the season. 

G.A. and R.A. camps brought a series of groups of eager young 
prospective church people to the Assembly experience. Many of 
them in the 1957 meetings came into the fellowship of believers; 
others made thoughtful decisions for missionary service and other 
dedicated vocations. 

Additional family-sized apartments, equipped with housekeeping 
facilities, were provided this year to serve the growing demand for 
this type of accommodation. This quiet coastal setting has increas- 
ing appeal for every age group. Church parties and families have 
made reservations of the Assembly property in a record total of 
out-of-season visits. 

In a year-round effort to serve the denomination according to the 
directives adopted by the Convention for this agency of its ministry, 
the management is seeking to develop every available resource. 
The property is being repaired and improved. Associational and 
congregational leadership are being enlisted to help the Baptist 
people to get full benefit from their Assemblies. 



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Fruitland Baptist Camp, located on a plateau of the Blue Ridge 
Mountains, had one of the brightest years of service with a peak 
attendance. The programs for the summer activities are varied to 
meet the needs of the churches. Each program is well-balanced as 
to inspiration, worship, teaching, fellowship, and recreation. Our 
whole aim is to serve those who would be workers for the Master. 

A new swimming pool, beautiful and adequate, has been added 
this year. As a result of this added attraction many of our people 
are discovering the delightful site of our Camp. 

Mr. B. G. Henry, director of the camp, resigned this past year, 
October 15, to accept a pastorate in Key West, Florida. Mr. Henry 
had served as a capable and faithful worker for eleven years. 

11. Allied Church League 
R. M. Hauss, Executive Director 

The Allied Church League has been active on several fronts 
during the past year. The major effort has again been in the field 
'of legislation. As is well known by this time, we failed to get a 
state-wide referendum, although we had almost three hundred 
thousand names on petitions to support our efforts. Once again we 
faced a stacked committee in the House of Representatives. It 
would appear that the only remedy for this situation is at the ballot- 
box. Until enough of our people become sufficiently concerned to 
see that the right kind of men are elected we will continue to face 
the same situation. We were able, with the help of others, to 
defeat the bill which would have legalized gambling in the State. 
We must warn you, however, that this movement is gaining strength, 
and unless we are on our guard we will be faced with that con- 
dition in North Carolina in the not too distant future. We strongly 
urge the people in every county to see to it that the best possible 
men are nominated and elected to the General Assembly of our 
State. We need men who are positively and actively Christian if 
we are to improve the conditions, or even hold the line in our State. 

As time and opportunity has permitted we have been active in 
the field of alcohol education. We were in a few of the public schools 
of the State, and the Associate Director was given an opportunity to 
speak to six different groups in religious assemblies. In addition 
we worked in the churches last spring in teaching in the Alcohol 
Education Weeks. 

We have worked in local option elections, two of which are still 
pending. Our comment in this connection is that attitudes are slowly 
changing in favor of legalized sales in many areas. Unless we put 
on a vigorous effort to counteract the propaganda of the liquor in- 
dustry we will see more and more of our counties going wet. We 
urge the churches again to carry on a vital program of education, 
and call upon our pastors to arouse our people to action. One com- 
ment that we hear is that preachers do not preach often enough 
on the dangers and evils of liquor. We believe our people need to 



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become agitated about the moral crisis which is upon us. No one 
is in better position to do that than the pastor. 

We wish to express our appreciation for the support and co- 
operation which Baptists have given us in the past. We covet your 
continued support, and wish to be remembered in your prayers as 
we carry on this needed ministry among all our people. 

12. Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute 
J. C. Canipe, Director 

Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute opened her eleventh year on 
October 21 with an enrollment of 190 students, six faculty members, 
and greatly improved facilities for work. The Reverend B. G. Henry 
resigned from our faculty to enter the pastorate in Florida. Our 
faculty this year will include J. C. Canipe, J. L. Jenkins, N. A. Mel- 
ton, B. E. Morris, Charles Stanley, with John Rymer as assistant 
and substitute teacher. Dr. Roy McCulloch will be visiting lecturer 
on New Testament interpretation. 

With our improved facilities, including better library operation 
and increase of new books, we have promise of the best year in 
our history. All the students now enrolled, and all who have finished 
with us in the past ten years, express a deep gratitude to North 
Carolina Baptists for providing this school. 

Your continued support and prayers are asked, and will continue 
to be appreciated. We pledge ourselves to teach and practice our 
historic, Biblical, Baptist faith, and our full co-operation in ad- 
vancing our program of work on all fronts, in keeping with the 
teachings of God's eternal word. 

13. Department of Evangelism 
Julian S. Hopkins, Secretary 

The purpose of the Department of Evangelism is to assist the 
pastors and other leaders in the churches and associations in estab- 
lishing and maintaining a program of evangelism commensurate 
with the needs in every community in North Carolina. To move 
toward this goal means that evangelism must be in the foreground 
in the churches and in all our Baptist work. This demands trained 
leadership that can lead the churches under God into the practice 
of New Testament evangelism. Nothing is right in a church unless 
it is aimed in this direction and thus has as its ultimate goal the 
evangelization of every soul in the local community and around 
the world. Jesus said, "Ye shall be witnesses unto me" and that we 
are to disciple, evangelize the world. 

Endeavoring to do all possible to meet the tremendous challenge 
and opportunity that face North Carolina Baptists today, during 
this year the Department of Evangelism has proceeded in the follow- 
ing ways: 

1. After observing the needs in the churches and associations for 



122 Baptist State Convention 

a perennial and effective program of evangelism as set forth in the 
Bible, it was decided that such could never be without a trained 
leadership in the state to assist the Department of Evangelism in 
training leadership in every association. Thus was conceived the 
idea of Leadership Clinics to train such personnel. Three Clinics 
of this type were conducted during the year. The response of the 
pastors and associational missionaries in this new endeavor was 
most encouraging. 

2. Thirty-six Associational Clinics have been conducted. In these 
Clinics an effort was made to do two things : the first was to provide 
instruction that would help the pastors to get a functioning church- 
wide, church-centered, and Bible-based perennial program of evan- 
gelism in every church. The second purpose was to aid the Chair- 
men of Evangelism, Associational Missionaries, and Pastors in 
getting and maintaining an associational program of evangelism 
that would undergird the churches in their total work. 

3. Twenty-two associations were assisted either in preparation 
for simultaneous Crusades, or in the conduct of the Crusades, or 
both. It has been discovered that preparation determines seventy 
per cent of the results of a Crusade. So this Department is doing 
all possible to help every association to make full preparation for 
every Simultaneous Evangelistic Crusade. 

4. During the year the Department promoted a State-wide Evan- 
gelistic Conference which was held February 4-6 in the First Baptist 
Church, Durham, N. C. About 2,000 people attended the meeting. 
Out-of-state speakers were H. H. Hobbs, Oklahoma City; G. Earl 
Guinn, Pineland, La.; Leonard Sanderson, Dallas, Texas; and Wal- 
ter L. Moore, Meridian, Miss. 

Plans are being made to have a Clinic in every association in 
the State next year. More than half of the associations are planning 
Simultaneous Evangelistic Crusades for 1958. Every effort possible 
will be made to get a Simultaneous Crusade in every association 
in 1959 when all Baptists in North America will be beginning their 
third jubilee celebration with a great Simultaneous Evangelistic 
Crusade. 

14. Department of Audio-Visual Aids 
L. J. Morriss, Secretary 

This has been a year of tremendous growth in services to the 
churches of the Convention. We have reached an all-time high in 
the booking of 35mm filmstrips and 16mm sound films in the pro- 
motion of the entire Baptist program. Well over 2,000 bookings 
have been received from churches from Murphy to Manteo. One 
of the encouraging facts is that the majority of our bookings have 
been to the smaller churches. This means that more and more 
churches are providing equipment on a limited budget for the 
express purpose of making use of our great library of free films. 
Thus, a church with one hundred dollars in the budget for equip- 
ment has at their disposal for church use a library of over $5,000 



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worth of the nation's finest and best projected aids. The result has 
been increased offerings to all causes and a more efficient local 
church program. 

Our new catalog for 1958 will show hundreds of new films and 
filmstrips which have been added to our ever growing library. The 
various Boards and Institutions have worked closely with us in 
our effort to provide for every church's need. New filmstrips have 
been cataloged in the fields of Old and New Testament, Bible Back- 
ground, Stewardship, Children's Work, Special Occasions, Sunday 
School, Training Union, Brotherhood, Evangelism, Christian Life, 
Home and Foreign Missions. In 16mm sound films we have added 
and produced several meaningful titles: THE TENTH MAN, RE- 
CRUITS FOR CHRIST, ALL ARE CALLED, THE CHOICE IS 
YOURS, DRUG ADDICTION, THE CHALLENGE OF THE CITY, 
WORLD MISSIONS IN THE HOMELAND, PREPARING TO USE A 
FILM, THE YEARS AHEAD, CHURCH BUILDING— EXTERIOR 
DESIGN, STYLE AND SETTING, EDUCATIONAL BUILDING- 
INTERIOR AND FURNISHINGS, AUDITORIUM— INTERIOR AND 
FURNISHINGS, MARTIN LUTHER, WHAT ABOUT ALCOHOL, 
and the MINISTRY OF HEALING. All titles as usual are free for 
church use in our Baptist churches. 

Our production goes forward each year with new and meaningful 
titles. We have produced the MINISTRY OF HEALING dipicting 
the work and ministry of the North Carolina Baptist Hospital at 
Winston-Salem. This film is in dramatic form with running time 
of 37 minutes in full color. The film has been shown over ten North 
Carolina TV stations and has received national recognition. We 
are now in the process of completing the documentary film A 
CHANNEL OF BLESSING showing the ministry of the dollar when 
given through the Cooperative Program. The Sunday School Board, 
and the Home and Foreign Mission boards, plus many institutions 
and agencies are co-operating with us in this much needed produc- 
tion. This film will also be released in full color and sound with 
runing time of approximately 50 minutes. It is our hope that we 
will be able to release the new 35mm color filmstrip on the work 
of the Brotherhood with the title THE OUTREACH OF THE 
BROTHERHOOD in early 1958. We have at hand now, five requests 
from institutions of our Convention for productions in 1958. The 
demand is much greater than our small staff can bear if we are to 
meet the needs of every group. In somewhat a different field, we 
are preparing for use next year several post-card titles for the 
Assemblies in full color for sale during the summer season. 

Constantly during the year, we are w^orking with Associations 
through workshops and special group meetings. This year we held 
workshops in the Piedmont, Carolina, Yates and Columbus asso- 
ciations. These workshops were in almost every instance, well 
attended, with many pastors and workers remaining for conferences 
beyond adjournment of the meeting. Through this medium, we are 
able to advise concerning enforced sound in church buildings, the 



124 Baptist State Convention 

purchase of the right type of equipment, and place in the hands 
of church leaders the best sources for audio-visual aids. We believe 
that we have saved many dollars for our churches which means 
more for missions. Requests for workshops for the coming year 
are already being booked in several of the Associations. 

We have assisted many of the Departments by providing equip- 
ment and materials for clinics and special meetings. We shared in 
the Sunday School Convention this year at Williamston, Fayetteville 
and Burlington, in the promotion of Sunday School work. We had 
the opportunity to present the need for planning in advance for 
a good audio-visual program through the Church Planning Con- 
ference held at Gastonia. These events we also covered for pictures 
in the promotion of the Baptist program. 

Our work continues in the field of radio and television. The Secre- 
tary plans, edits and presents a thirty-minute telecast each week 
over WRAL-TV, channel 5. A great portion of the news used con- 
cerns our Baptist work throughout the state. Baptists have a great 
message and a great program which our state needs to hear. Each 
Christmas, we have presented a special broadcast over more than 
twenty radio stations in North Carolina, featuring many of our 
Baptist college choirs. This program has been well received and 
the stations have, as always, accepted our productions without audi- 
tion or question. In one year alone, Baptists have received more 
than $75,000 worth of free time by the co-operating stations. We 
are grateful to every station which has participated in our network. 

Many conferences have been held in our office concerning the 
types and installation of audio-visual equipment in the churches. 
We encourage the pastors and lay leaders to investigate thoroughly 
all materials for both sound and picture before buying. We believe 
that we can save money for every church by assisting them in their 
'planning. 

The needs of the Department of Audio-Visual Aids are many. 
Much of the tremendous load has been very efficiently taken off the 
shoulders of the Secretary by our office manager, Mrs. Lois Roberts. 
As the churches avail themselves of our services, it will require 
more additional office and production help. The field of production 
has grown as fast as our free library service. At the present, the 
Secretary is the only one experienced in this field and the requests 
are numerous for such services. It should be the thought of the Con- 
vention, since our work covers the total Baptist program, that 
sufficient budget and personnel be made available to give the total 
Baptist message to all our people in the most meaningful way. We 
covet your prayers as we seek to undergird the entire work of our 
Convention. 

15. Church Development Department 
Ernest C. Upchurch, Secretary 

The Church Development Department, formerly known as the 
Rural Church Department, was without a secretary for the first 



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eight months of this year. I assumed my duties as Secretary of this 
Department on September 1, 1957. 

With the changing of the name, the department has enlarged its 
ministry to include all types of churches — rural, village, suburban, 
town and city. The main emphasis of this department will perhaps 
be placed upon the development of our rural churches with added 
emphasis upon the development of churches in our fast-growing 
urban centers with the purpose of assisting pastors and other church 
leaders in the development of all types of churches in the future. 
As the program is revised it shall include such activities as church 
enlargement campaigns each year, continual research concerning 
the needs of the churches and how best to develop them, a special 
counselling ministry for pastors and churches who need help, con- 
tinuing to work with the denominational leaders of the North Caro- 
lina and Southern Baptist conventions, to help interpret what is 
going on and how the denomination may best help to promote the 
development of churches, and publicity for churches and pastors 
who are doing outstanding work. 

In a nut shell, we might say that the purposes of this department 
'will be: 

1. To assist churches in open country, villages, towns and cities 
in developing a well-rounded church program. 

2. To promote the Cooperative Program as God's orderly program 
for the development of a larger plan of stewardship. 

3. To promote a co-operative effort in the development of vitalized 
and comprehensive church programs through the assistance of the 
co-operative services of our well-established departments like the 
Sunday School, the Training Union, the W. M. U., the Brotherhood 
and Music. This department may serve as a "Liaison Department" 
between the well-established departments, as named above, and the 
unorganized and disorganized churches of our State. 

4. To provide counselling service for Pastors and churches in 
interpreting our Baptist program to them in Scriptural Terms and 
thereby properly relating them to a vitalized and organized pro- 
gram of Church Development. 

Listed below is a report of my activities for September and 
October : 

Spent 19 days in orientation in office. 

Preached in five different Baptist churches in the state. 

Held conferences with six additional pastors concerning their 
church work. 

Attended ten Associational Meetings. 

Attended the Wilmington Association and the Cabarrus Associa- 
tion Pastors' Conferences. 

In addition to the above activities, your Secretary has also held 
a number of conferences with pastors visiting the Church Develop- 
ment office in the Baptist Building. Among these was a conference 



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with Dr. J. T. Gillespie, Director of the Rural Church Work of our 
Home Mission Board, Atlanta, Georgia. I have also visited a num- 
ber of our mission churches and talked with their pastors and with 
a number of our Associational Missionaries. 

My schedule for the remainder of the year includes a School of 
Missions and a Deacons Conference. 

Mrs. Nancy Myers is our office secretary and she will be happy 
to assist you in any way she can in my absence from the office. 

16. The Church Planning Department 
L. L. Morgan, Secretary 

The Church Planning Department is now in its second year, and 
in every way, the work has been interesting and challenging be- 
cause of the great need for help and the response on the part of 
the churches. 

The Department seeks to help every church secure a functional 
and beautiful workshop. The building vitally affects the educational 
program; therefore, we work closely with the other Departments 
of our Convention to be sure that we meet the needs of every age 
group in the churches. In co-operation with the Department of 
Church Architecture in Nashville, Tennessee, we assisted 1,053 
churches last year (1956). 

During this year, we have had two state meetings for pastors, 
planning committees, state and associational workers and architects. 
Mr. W. A. Harrell, secretary of the Department of Church Archi- 
tecture, Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tennessee, and 
his associates assisted with these programs. The meetings were well 
attended, and they served to clarify our thinking with reference to 
a useful building. 

We have also participated in the Sunday Scliool and Training 
Union Assembly programs and in the five Sunday School Regional 
Meetings. Individual church conferences have constantly been held 
on the field and at our office in Raleigh. One of our far-reaching 
projects each year is to spend two days with the students at South- 
eastern Seminary at Wake Forest. This is arranged by Professor 
Garland A. Hendricks of the Seminary. 

Another important service has been with the architects. They 
have attended our meetings and co-operated with us in many ways. 
Through the surveys made by all of our Departments, we have 
assembled information that has been invaluable to them. Let me 
quote Mr. Ralph Reeves, of the firm Holloway-Reeves in Raleigh, 
who spoke at our meeting in Winston-Salem: "The architect who 
specializes in Church Architecture quite naturally does research in 
this field and strives to maintain close contact with trends, methods, 
and experiences in this very broad field of building. However, with 
our wide experience in church planning, it would be impossible 
for us individual practitioners to approach the wide coverage of 
information gathered by the denominational leaders. The trips, con- 



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ferences, surveys, and records that are a part of their work present 
a composite of statistical trends and practical experiences gathered 
throughout the wide reaches of a particular denomination." A spirit 
like tliat on the part of architects is a great asset to our church build- 
ing program. We hope all of our churches will make a special effort 
to secure the services of a sympathetic architect. 

The First Baptist Church, Sylva, is an example of how we try to 
help a church with its total building program. Let the pastor, Rev. 
R. W. Abrams, tell his own story: 

"Mr. L. L. Morgan was here in July, 1953, for a Sunday School 
Enlargement Campaign. At the same time, we had a property com- 
mittee looking for a new church site, and they were ready to report 
that there was nothing available inside the city limits. With the 
information secured from a census of the church territory, Mr. 
Morgan convinced our men that the half block across the street was 
the ideal location for our church, and the response of the committee 
was electrifying. 

"Within a month, Mr. Morgan was back to speak at a Sunday- 
morning service, and the church voted unanimously to buy the 
property for $54,034.46. Nineteen months later the property was 
paid for, and we still own all of our original property. 

"Four years of praying, studying, planning, giving, and working 
have gone into the preparation for our new church building. We 
now have $50,000 in the Building Fund, and construction will soon 
be under way. From the beginning the church has shown unusual 
growth in membership, and the financial support has been amazing. 
The following record will show our offerings for the five-year 
period: 1953— $10,410, 1954— $30,468, 1955— $37,656, 1956— $29,584, 
and in 1957 — $34,735. Gifts to missions have increased in propor- 
tion." 

Our offices are located in the Baptist Building, 301 Hillsboro Street, 
Raleigh. Mrs. Betsy Smith is our efficient office secretary. We stand 
ready to help churches at any time. 

17. Department of Church Music 
Joseph O. Stroud, Secretary 

Church music is closely identified with every church member and 
has a direct influence upon the entire church program. It is the 
people's part of every worship service and assemblage. Through 
music all people are able to testify in song, praise God, and attune 
their lives and personalities to His will. Therefore, music should 
be used purposefully for the worship of God, and for the Christian 
education of our people. To this end the Music Department of the 
Baptist State Convention has planned and worked during this year 
through six different emphases. 

Associational Organizations — The association is the channel 
through which the denomination gets the program through to the 
churches.. It must be strong, with a full slate of associational officers 



128 Baptist State Convention 

trained for their job. The Music Department has been able to set 
up this Music Education Committee in approximately sixty of the 
seventy-five associations of the state. Nineteen ministers of music 
from our churches assisted in this organizational work during the 
months of October and November. This committee charged with 
the responsibility of a Church Music Education program within the 
association, consists of nine persons: 

Director 

Pastor Adviser 

Moderator 

Superintendent of Missions 

Director of Graded Choir Activities 

Director of Instrumental Activities 

Director of Congregational Activities 

Director of Training 

Director of Publicity and Promotion 

Associational Music Schools — These schools have accomplished 
much in identifying the work of the Music Department and in giving 
help and instruction to the churches. Approximately 5,000 persons 
have been enrolled in these schools this year, with 2,728 Training 
Awards earned. Enough schools have already been planned for 
1958 to double these figures. In 1958 some of the larger associations 
will conduct group schools which will enable us to reach more 
people. Many churches should have their own school. 

Associational Hymn Sings — Congregational Singing is the most 
important phase of the Church Music Ministry. All over the State 
the associations are conducting these Hymn Sings which are serving 
a fine purpose in giving the people an opportunity to learn other 
hymns. As they continue they will serve to raise the level of music 
appreciation and replace much of the music that is inferior. 

Choir Festivals — Participation in the 1957 festivals was most 
encouraging, both on the Regional and Statewide levels. Churches 
from every section of the state and from every locality participated 
— city, community, suburban, and rural. These festivals are not 
contests, but give an opportunity for music education and improve- 
ment. One hundred sixty-eight choirs ranging from junior age 
through adult participated in the six Regional Festivals, and 2,654 
singers actually participated in the Statewide Festival at Wake 
Forest College, Winston-Salem, April 6. In 1958 ten Regional 
Festivals have been planned for the week of March 10 — one in each 
of the ten regions of our convention. Two Statewide Festivals have 
been planned — one on Saturday, April 12, at Wake Forest College, 
Winston-Salem, for the western part of the state, and one at East 
Carolina College, Greenville, for the eastern part of the state on 
Saturday, April 19. 

Statewide Music Conferences — Six hundred people participated 
in the second annual Statewide Music Conference at our North 



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Carolina Baptist Assembly at Caswell the week of July 21. A similar 
week was held at Fruitland Camp the week of August 5 with 52 
persons attending. This was the first year at Fruitland. The cur- 
riculum for these conferences is planned to meet the needs of all 
our churches, and every effort is put forth to make them practical 
and worth-while. The conference for 1958 will be held at Caswell 
the week of July 22, and the Department hopes that 1,000 persons 
'will be reached. 

"Church Music Ministry" by Dr. W. Hines Sims — This is a new 
textbook now available in Baptist Book Stores. It is designed to 
be to the Church Music Ministry what "Building a Standard Sun- 
day School" is to the Sunday School. It is now the basic book in 
our Training Series. Let each pastor secure it and teach it to his 
congregation. It is a non-technical book musically and deals w^ith 
basic concepts and philosophy of church music. Our congregations 
need this opportunity to look at Church music objectively. It should 
be taught in every church. 

Southern Baptists look forward to the celebration of a century 
and a half of organized Baptist work in America in 1964 and to 
its preceding five-year emphasis on evangelism. The Department 
of Church Music of the Baptist State Convention, believing that 
great preaching and great singing go hand in hand, plans for a great 
revival of church music in these years. Thus, may we join the 
singing of Christians around the world in the song of Christianity — 
,a song which glorifies our Lord and points a lost world to our 
Saviour. 

18. Sunday School Department 
Herman Ihley, Secretary 
Introduction 

This is my first report to the Baptist State Convention on the 
activities of the Sunday School Department. Certainly these months 
have been those of adjustment, orientation, observation and learn- 
ing. I will always be grateful to North Carolina Baptists for the 
wonderful privilege of serving in this most important office. In 
Christian humility and dedication to our Lord we look forward to 
many enriching experiences in the years ahead. 

In the outset I want to express sincere appreciation to Dr. M. A. 
Huggins, Dr. E. L. Spivey, Dr. L. L. Carpenter, Mr. Leon Spencer, 
and others in our Baptist Convention family who have given wise 
counsel in the projection of our program. I will ever be grateful 
to Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Morgan for their valuable assistance in getting 
me introduced to the Sunday Schools of our state. Mr. Morgan was 
State Sunday School Secretary for twenty-two years. His many 
contributions to the progress of our schools will be of lasting value. 

Purpose 

Dr. Billy Graham, one of the world's foremost evangelists, said 
of the Sunday School: "I'm convinced that the Sunday School is 



130 Baptist State Convention 

the greatest single agency for teaching God's word, as well as a 
tremendous evangelistic one in its own right. 

"I want to say to every Sunday School teacher that he is just as 
much called of God as a missionary is to the heart of Africa. He 
needs to labor just as earnestly — as if he were carrying the gospel 
to the remote spot of the globe." 

Our more than 3,300 Sunday Schools with some 750,000 enrolled 
are seeking to reach people in order to teach them God's Word 
that they might win them to Christian salvation and discipleship. 
Jesus has commanded us, "GO . . . and teach all nations ... to 
observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you. . . ." Thus 
the continuing purpose of our Sunday Schools is four-fold: Reach- 
ing, teaching, winning, and enlisting. 

Personnel 

The department has a staff of outstanding associates, office secre- 
taries and approved workers. Recently, responsibilities for various 
areas of service were assigned. D. P. Brooks, with eleven years of 
service with our Sunday Schools, will direct the training, Bible 
teaching clinics, and enlargement efforts. Mrs. Myra S. Motley, 
with twelve years of experience in ministering to child life, will 
continue in charge of the Vacation Bible School program. Jack R. 
Bagwell, who has been with the department for some three years, 
will supervise the promotion of associational work. The secretary 
will assist in the various phases of the program with special em- 
phasis upon conventions and assemblies. 

Miss Grace Yow looks after the various activities of the office. 
She is ably assisted by Mrs. Dan Crouch, who succeeded Mrs. 
Margie C. Whittington, on August 1. These two secretaries are to 
be commended for their faithful and diligent service. 

Our approved and part time workers are: Mrs. L. L. Morgan, 
Mrs. Lewis Ludlum, Mrs. L. L. Carpenter, Miss May Bomar, Mrs. 
C. R. Hinton, Mrs. E. W. Holmes, Mrs. O. J. Hagler, and Mrs. David 
Lee. All of these have rendered outstanding service. They have 
done much to make the progress of the department possible. 

Promotional Statistics 

Three simultaneous Associational Enlargement Campaigns in 
which more than 1,700 leaders were enrolled. 

Sixteen local church campaigns with approximately 1,200 leaders 
enlisted. 

Five associational Bible Teaching Clinics with some 670 officers 
and teachers attending. 

The State Sunday School Clinic held with the First Baptist 
Church, Greensboro, had over 1,600 leaders enrolled. Several work- 
ers from Danville, Virginia, attended each evening. 

The five Regional Sunday School Conventions held in Williamston, 
Fayetteville, Burlington, Statesville, and Asheville reached 322 
churches from 56 associations with 1,340 enrolled. 



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The week-end conferences at Caswell and Fruitland were well 
attended. The responses to these were most encouraging. 

The two weeks of Sunday School emphasis at Ridgecrest were 
attended by many of our leaders. The staff of the state department 
assisted in several of the conferences. 

The State Vacation Bible School Clinic at Fruitland had 220 
associational leaders present with 58 associations represented. 

Associational One-Day Vacation Bible School Clinics were con- 
ducted in more than 45 associations with approximately 1,100 
churches represented. 

Associational training-planning meetings were held in 50 associa- 
tions. 

Training Awards were the highest number ever earned during 
a Sunday School year. Awards earned were 42,216 from 1,355 
churches. 

The distribution of free literature reached an all-time high in 
the number of churches helped in this important avenue of service. 

Members of the department conducted four revivals, supplied at 
various churches on Sunday, conducted many conferences with 
Sunday School leaders, had 90 additions to the church membership 
in the churches where they preached, and travelled some 60,000 
miles. 

Program 

The following goals for 1957-58 have been adopted: 

People... An enrollment gain of 2,000 

Children 3,000 Vacation Bible Schools 

Training 50,000 awards in 1,700 churches 

Enlargement 150 churches moving from class to depart- 
ment schools 

Missions 100 new Sunday Schools 

Efficiency 75 Standard Sunday Schools and 

10 Standard Associations 
Plan 

It has been said, "Planning preceded progress." Some one else 
is reported as saying, "Plan your work and then work your plan." 
The projects planned for next year include: 4 Associational Enlarge- 
ment Campaigns, 4 Associational Bible Teaching Clinics, 14 local 
church enlargement campaigns, increased efforts to work with our 
associational Sunday School leaders in one-night conferences, em- 
phasis upon Vacation Bible School promotion, a Sunday School 
week at Caswell, a week-end conference at Fruitland, a State Clinic 
at the First Baptist Church, Asheville, a State Convention in the 
First Baptist Church, Charlotte, April 28-29, and a greater use of 
available free materials. 

We suggest to individual churches the following: 

Move up the pattern — from class to Departments and from single 
Departments to multiple ones. 



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One worker for every ten possibilities as a minimum. 

Providing more space by constructing additional units, adjusting 
present facilities, and purchasing needed property. 

Seek to have every worker qualified for the Sunday School Work- 
er's Diploma. 

Offer adequate training opportunities during the year. Observe 
the January Week of Bible Study and Preparation Week in Sep- 
tember. 

Have a Cradle Roll and Extension department in every Sunday 
School. 

Seek to attain the Standards of Excellence for class, department, 
and school. 

Participate in the Forward Program of Church Finance. 

Emphasize missions through visitation, evangelism, stewardship 
and training. 

Enroll 125 Sunday School members for every 100 church members. 

19. Vacation Bible School Work 
Mrs. Myra S. Motley 

Vacation Bible School reports that have come to our office this 
year reveal many encouraging features, and indicate progress in 
several areas. There are more Standard schools reported, and more 
schools with Grade A rating. More conversions have been reported 
this year, and the enrollment figures are showing an increase. We 
are grateful for every indication of improvement in this important 
phase of our educational work. 

To date we have received 2,242 reports in our office. Many more 
will come in before we close our statistics in November. The en- 
rollment figures on the 2,242 schools total 238,311. The conversion 
figure of 6,120 is the highest that has been reported in the Vacation 
Bible School work in our state. Mission offerings to date total 
$44,015. 

In 1956 our final figures revealed 2,764 schools, 282,757 enrolled, 
$40,695 mission offerings and 5,609 conversions. 

Promotional work for Vacation Bible Schools this past year in- 
cluded a State-wide Clinic at Fruitland, February 6-8, with associa- 
tional leaders from 58 associations in attendance. Dr. Charles F. 
Treadway, editor of the Vacation Bible School materials, Nashville, 
Tennessee, assisted our Department with the Clinic. We were also 
privileged to have the writer for the Primary textbook, Mrs. 
Charles A. Maddry, of Durham. Associational one-day clinics were 
held in approximately 45 associations with more than 1,100 churches 
represented by more than 6,500 people. Mr. Sibley C. Burnett, 
Sujjerintendent of Vacation Bible School work, Nashville, Tennessee, 
assisted in five associational clinics. 

The Sunday School Department used twenty-five workers in as- 
sociations during the summer to assist missionaries and other leaders 
in Vacation Bible School work. The workers were trained in a 



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three-day program at Gardner-Webb College, June 5-7. Dr. Charles 
F. Treadway, of Nashville, assisted with this training session. 

This past season marked the beginning of the use of new text- 
books in the third series of Vacation Bible School texts. A new 
Vacation Bible School methods book entitled Better Vacation Bible 
Schools by Sibley C. Burnett, was used for the first time for the 
1957 worship service. New textbooks will be available in 1958. 

The thirteenth Annual Clinic is scheduled for February 5, 6, and 
7, 1958. At this meeting we will have three writers of the new 
textbooks — Primary, Junior and Intermediate. 

We are grateful for every person who devotes time and energy 
in promoting this vital ministry to the child life of the community. 
Billy Sunday once said: "The only way on God's earth you will 
ever solve the problem of reaching the masses, is by getting hold 
of the children. You get boys and girls started right and the devil 
will hang crape on his door." The Vacation Bible School is a pro- 
gram designed to reach the children. It demands the best that we 
have in consecrated leadership, training, materials and expenditure 
of money. 

20. Training Union Department 
James P. Morgan, Secretary 

Billy Graham is quoted as saying: "I believe that the Training 
Union of the Southern Baptist Convention is the most important 
agent in existence today in leading and training church members 
to become Christian workers and Bible students." 

Dr. Arthur Flake gives three characteristics of the "finished 
product" of Training Union: 1) An effective, witnessing Christian; 
2) An efficient, intelligent church member, and; 3) A loyal, staunch 
Baptist. 

Dr. J. E. Lambdin lists, among others, three purposes of Training 
Union: 1) To educate in Baptist life, 2) to cultivate the Baptist 
spirit, and 3) to secure participation in the Baptist program. 

Here we have expressed something of the meaning of Training 
Union to the individual, to his church, and to his denomination. 
Through all of these each person is bearing a more effective witness 
•for his Lord. 

The Training Union Department strives to "Light the Church 
Houses" that all of our people might have an opportunity for train- 
ing and for the development of their knowledge and skills. 

Personnel 

Department personnel now consists of the Secretary, two full-time 
Associates, Miss Sarah Hull and Rev. William H. Spradlin, Jr., two 
full-time Office Secretaries, Mrs. Anne Warren and Mrs. Phyllis 
Clifford Martin, and six Approved Workers: Mrs. E. F. Baker, Mrs. 
J. R. Everette, Mrs. O. J. Hagler, Mrs. James P. Morgan, Mrs. Walter 
Nash, and Mrs. Rob Smith. 



134 Baptist State Convention 

Activities 

During 1957 this Department planned and promoted the follow- 
ing major events and activities: 

Ten Regional Convention Planning Meetings 

Ten Regional Conventions 

Four weeks of state Training Union Assemblies 

Eight local church enlargement efforts 

Ten Associational Leadership Workshops and Institutes 

Four Nursery-Beginner-Primary Workshops 

One Associational Officers' Planning Meeting 

One state-wide Leadership Institute 

One area Leadership Institute 

In addition, our personnel gave a total of eight weeks to South- 
wide Training Union Assembly weeks at Ridgecrest, Schools of 
Missions, and Stewardship Schools. As always, there were innumer- 
able personal conferences, interviews, and speaking engagements 
of various kinds. 

Two summer workers were employed: Miss Katherine Hazeltine 
and Miss Daphne Boone for working the Alexander and Stony Fork 
Associations respectively. 

Statistically Speaking 

No one of us would attempt to evaluate Training Union on a 
numerical basis. These figures do, however, indicate something of 
the impact on our work in the state. 

The largest single effort of the year was the state-wide Leadership 
Institute sponsored jointly by the Mecklenburg Association, the First 
Baptist Church of Charlotte, the Sunday School Board, and our 
department. This week reached over 1,800 people from 28 associa- 
tions. Total awards earned during the week was just under 900. 

A similar effort, on a somewhat smaller scale, was undertaken 
in the Yates Association, also jointly sponsored by the association, 
the First Baptist Church of Durham, the Sunday School Board, and 
our department. This Leadership Institute reached a total of 775 
people from five associations with 400 awards being earned. 

It is not possible to determine just how many churches and people 
are reached because of the overlapping in many meetings. However, 
it can be safely stated that Training Union meetings definitely 
reached more than 11,000 people in 73 associations and from almost 
1,000 churches. These meetings are those of more than one day's 
duration. 

In addition, 33 associations observed Baptist Youth Night, reach- 
ing a reported number of 3,766 Baptist youth. 

"M" Night meetings were held by 69 associations in December, 
1956, with 39,080 people present from 1,675 churches. Thdre were 
1,197 Pastors attending these gatherings. This represented an in- 
crease of 6,919 people over 1955. 



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Study Course Awards were earned by 63,255 people from 1,427 
churches in 71 associations. Again the Yates Association, Nannie 
Mae Herndon, Associational Director, was the only association re- 
porting Training Union awards in every church. This association 
is also the only one in the state with a Training Union in every 
church. 

Light the Church Houses 

There are still many hundreds of darkened churches in North 
Carolina. There are still many thousands of converts being baptized 
into churches in which no training program is carried on. Poten- 
tially a great source of future leadership lies untapped because of 
lack of training. World Missions demands trained leaders. Let us 
join hands and hearts in this task. 

21. Department of Student Work 
Harold Cole, Secretary 

I. Staff: Rev. James O. Cansler, University of North Carolina, 
Chapel Hill; Rev. Edgar Christmas, Wake Forest College, Winston- 
Salem; Dr. Maxine Garner (part time), Meredith College, Raleigh; 
Rev. James Y. Greene, Appalachian State Teachers College, Boone; 
Miss Ruth Lassiter (interim). East Carolina College, Greenville; 
Rev. Boyce Medlin, Duke University, Durham; Rev. Quentin Per- 
reault (part time), Western Carolina College, Cullowhee; Rev. John 
Rasberry, North Carolina State College, Raleigh; Rev. Knox Samp- 
son (part time), Pembroke State College, Pembroke; Miss Betty 
Jean Seymour, Woman's College, UNC, Greensboro; Miss Janet 
Stallings, North Carolina Baptist Hospital, Winston-Salem. 

State Office, Raleigh: Rev. Harold Cole, State Secretary; Miss 
Miriam Hollis, Associate State Secretary; Miss Peggy Huss, Office 
Secretary. 

Personnel changes for the year 1956-57: Reverend Quentin Per- 
reault became pastor of the Cullowhee Baptist Church and Director 
of the Student Union of Western Carolina College in January, 1957; 
Reverend James Greene replaced Reverend John Davis as Student 
Director at Appalachian State Teachers College; Reverend John 
Rasberry replaced Reverend Roberts C. Lasater at North Carolina 
State College; Miss Betty Jean Seymour replaced Miss Frances NicoU 
at Woman's College, UNC; and Miss Ruth Lassiter was elected to 
serve as interim Student Director at East Carolina College while 
Miss Gloria Blanton is on leave of absence, studying at Duke Uni- 
versity on a Danforth Foundation Scholarship. 

H. State Officers' Council: The State Officers' Council of the 
Baptist Student Union of North Carolina is composed of the presi- 
dents of the local organizations. The entire Council is divided into 
the following five standing committees: Church Relations, Missions, 
Fall Convention, Leadership Training Conference, and Publicity. 
At various times during the year, this group meets to receive train- 
ing and information which they should know as they discharge 



136 Baptist State Convention 

their local responsibilities and plan future aspects of the student 
program. 

III. Program: The concerns and activities of the Baptist Stu- 
dent Union are many and varied. Brief descriptions of some of the 
major areas of interest are listed below. 

Twenty-seventh annual BSU Convention: Tabernacle Baptist 
Church, Raleigh, was host to approximately one thousand Baptist 
students who gathered for the Fall Convention, November 2-4, 1956. 
Main speakers for the occasion were Dr. J. B. Weatherspoon, 
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary: Dr. O. T. Binkley, Dr. Wil- 
liam Strickland, and Dr. Luther Copeland, all from Southeastern 
Seminary. 

The Twenty-eighth annual BSU Convention was held at the First 
Baptist Church, Durham, November 1-3, 1957. Main speakers were 
Dr. L. D. Johnson, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Danville, 
Virginia; Reverend Bill Lawson, Student Director, Texas Southern 
University, Houston, Texas; Dr. Baker James Cauthen, Executive 
Secretary, Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion; Miss Miriam Robinson, Executive Secretary, Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union of North Carolina; and Dr. Frank Stagg, New Orleans 
Baptist Theological Seminary. 

The first International Student Retreat ever to be sponsored by 
the North Carolina Student Department will be held at Williamsburg, 
Virginia, during the Thanksgiving holidays in co-operation with 
the Southwide Department of Student Work, Nashville, and the 
Student Departments of Virginia and the D. C. area. One hundred 
international students and thirty American students, plus staff mem- 
bers, will gather for the express purpose of examining the Christian 
faith. The Woman's Missionary Union of North Carolina has co- 
operated in giving moral support and assistance in publicity and 
financing. 

A Mid-Year Directors' Meeting is held annually for the purpose 
of continuing the training of North Carolina Baptist Student Direc- 
tors and projecting plans for the Baptist Student Union. The 1956 
meeting was held in Chapel Hill at the Student Center, January 27- 
February 1. 

The Leadership Training Conference was held at the First Baptist 
Church, Sanford, April 26-28, 1957, for outgoing and newly elected 
BSU Officers. The theme "Our Witness to the Campus" was dis- 
cussed by Reverend Warren Carr, pastor of Watts Street Baptist 
Church, Durham; Reverend Jack Noff singer, pastor of Knoll wood 
Baptist Church, Winston-Salem; and Reverend Sam Hill, Jr., Duke 
Divinity School, Durham. Also present were Dr. J. Allen Easley, 
Wake Forest College, who brought the worship messages; Dr. J. M. 
Dawson, Waco, Texas, who represented Protestants and other Ameri- 
cans United for the Separation of Church and State; and Mr. William 
Hall Preston, representing the Department of Student Work for 
the Southern Baptist Convention. 



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The BSU Choir of North Carolina completed another successful 
year under the combined direction of Miss Barbara Shaver of 
Western Carolina College and Mr. Ivey Heath of the University 
of North Carolina. The 35-voice group sang for the BSU Convention; 
the North Carolina Evangelistic Conference; the Leadership Train- 
ing Conference; a five-day Choir Tour to Greenville, Enfield, Kinston, 
Siler City, Hickory, Lenoir, and ending at Student Week at Ridge- 
crest. 

The annual Student Nurses' Conference was held at the William B. 
Umstead State Park on June 20-21, 1957, with a record attendance 
of sixty registered delegates from fifteen schools of nursing. The 
North Carolina Student Nurses' Association sent its president and 
an official observer with a view to giving the meeting official recog- 
nition and publicity through its program. During the year 1956-57, 
three new Christian Student Unions were organized in North Caro- 
lina hospitals. 

The LISTEN Program of the Baptist Student Union thrives as the 
special program of missionary concern. In addition to supporting 
the YWA and various special offerings of the Woman's Missionary 
Union, Baptist students in North Carolina contributed $3,600.32 for 
designated mission projects. The fund defrayed its own publicity 
expenses and then was used for educational, medical, technical, and 
spiritual aid throughout the world. The agencies distributing the 
fund were the Christian Rural Overseas Program, the World Stu- 
dent Christian Federation, the Foreign Mission Board of the South- 
ern Baptist Convention, and the National Baptist Student Union. 
The expenses of the two 1957 summer missionaries were defrayed 
from this offering. They were Miss Angeline Gore, student nurse 
from Highsmith Hospital, Fayetteville, North Carolina, who spent 
the summer working in Nigeria in co-operation with the Foreign 
Mission Board, and Mrs. Coleman Gentry who spent the summer 
working in Portland, Oregon, with students at Portland State Col- 
lege, in co-operation with the Student Department of the Washington- 
Oregon area. 

A Summer Service Program is promoted annually by the Baptist 
Student Union through which students are encouraged to work 
for the summer months in home churches or in some phase of the 
denominational program. During the summer of 1957, a large 
number were enlisted to work in vacation Bible Schools with the 
North Carolina Sunday School Department; in thQ local churches; 
on the staffs of Caswell, Fruitland, and Ridgecrest; and vv^ith the 
Home Mission Board. 

A yearly Missionary Tour to various campuses is sponsored jointly 
by the North Carolina Student Department and the Foreign Mission 
Board. Reverend Bryan Brasington, Missionary to Peru, was the 
speaker for the 1956-57 tour. 

Student Night at Christmas and Operation-Outreach are two of 
the primary mediums through which the work of the Baptist Stu- 
dent Union is presented to the local churches of the state. 



138 Baptist State Convention 

Student Night at Christmas will be observed, as usual, on the 
last Sunday night of the year. All North Carolina pastors will 
receive program materials to be used for planning the December 
service. Churches are encouraged to use this means of expressing 
interest in students and informing congregations of the religious 
interests and activities of Baptist students who are in school away 
from home. 

Operation-Outreach is a plan whereby students from schools go 
into churches by special invitation to present a program on the 
philosophy underlying the work of the Baptist Student Union. It 
should be emphasized that there will not be overlapping between 
these programs. A church should have both emphases in a year 
without any fear of repetition. The Operation-Outreach program 
seeks to give a fundamental understanding of the special needs 
and interests of college youth. The Student Night at Christmas 
program offers information, but primarily it presents an opportunity 
for the ties of devotion, understanding, and commitment to be 
strengthened between the student and his home church. 

Pre-School Retreats for local campus groups are held in the fall 
prior to the opening of the schools for the purpose of detailed plan- 
ning for the coming year. The State BSU Secretary and/or the 
Associate State Secretary is always present for some part of these 
meetings to assist with the planning and to provide information 
regarding state and Southwide activities. 

Other concerns and projects promoted by the BSU are Religious 
Emphasis Weeks, Dedicated Vocations Weeks, Off-to-College Day, 
and a BSU Work Camp. 

IV. A Personal Word: 

The above report necessarily represents the record of work and 
activities by my esteemed predecessor and colleague, Dr. Bruce 
Whitaker, and his associates. I wish to express grateful appreciation 
to all who had a part in the above-mentioned accomplishments. 
To Miss Miriam Hollis and Miss Peggy Huss for their tireless efforts 
during the period of interim should go the thanks of all North 
Carolina Baptists. 

May I express my personal joy in the privilege of laboring with 
Dr. M. A. Huggins, Dr. E. L. Spivey, the host of pastors, college 
administrators and faculties, laymen, and students in the ministry 
of Student Work. I shall always try to promote every phase of 
Baptist work in the years ahead. 

The future holds many opportunities and responsibilities for Bap- 
tist Student Work. There is already need for more local Directors 
and careful consideration for additional Student Centers. Some 
present Centers need enlarging and improving to meet the growing 
need. There will be twice as many students in college by 1970 as 
were enrolled in 1955. Vision and alertness and generosity will 
enable us to continue in enlarged measure the conservation of our 
college youth for Christ and His church. 



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22. The Baptist Brotherhood and Royal Ambassadors 

Horace Easom, Brotherhood Secretary 

B. W. Jackson, Royal Ambassador Secretary 

The Baptist Brotherhood 

One of the most encouraging signs on the spiritual horizon in 
North Carolina is the awakening of our Baptist men to their 
Christian responsibilities. To lead the men of North Carolina Baptist 
Churches into the realization of the obligations and privileges of 
Church Membership and to provide a medium through which they 
can serve are the chief functions of a Brotherhood. 

The full enlistment and utilization of the men for Christ is the 
greatest challenge facing North Carolina Baptists. Our churches 
are suffering today, not because they are over organized but be- 
cause they are undermanned. 

Only eight of every one hundred of our Baptist men are familiar 
with Christ's Program through a Baptist Church and Denomina- 
tion. Out of every one hundred Baptist men only forty have definite 
responsibilities and definite places of service through the Church, 
We find twelve New Testament tithers out of each one hundred of 
our men. Only three out of each one hundred has caught the con- 
cept of being a witness and personal soul winner. The need of the 
enlistment of this host of men is undisputed. The church needs the 
men. No church will ever reach the maximum possibilities of its 
ministry without the full enlistment of its men with their lives and 
talents consecrated to its service. 

We believe that God is blessing Brotherhood work because he 
has a very definite and far reaching task for the men in North 
Carolina to accomplish. Surely as we look at the world today we can 
truthfully say that our world needs that which Christian men can 
give to it. The Brotherhood reaches a number of men including new 
members of the church who have no responsibility in the church's 
life. Men find tasks in the Brotherhood that they can perform 
for Christ, and they discover a joy in performing them. 

It is very encouraging to Brotherhood leaders to see the in- 
creased number of men who seek training and instruction at An- 
nual Associational Brotherhood Clinics, State and District Brother- 
hood Conferences and Summer Encampments. 

One of the greatest challenges of the Brotherhood is the sponsor- 
ship of the Royal Ambassadors. This began on October 1, 1957. 
During the past summer we have seen a new resurgence of interest 
in Royal Ambassdor work as well as Brotherhoods. 

The Brotherhood is built upon four Cornerstones: EVANGE- 
LISM, STEWARDSHIP, BIBLE DOCTRINE and CHURCH LOY- 
ALTY. The four major areas of activity suggested for 1958 are: 
Boys, Evangelism, Stewardship and Co-operative Program. 

There are 75 District Associations in North Carolina. Seventy-three 
of these Associations have from one to fifty-two Brotherhoods in 
them. 



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Number of Associational Brotherhood organizations, 68. This 
shows a gain of two Associations during the year. Only seven As- 
sociations in North Carolina are now without Associational Brother- 
hood organizations. We hope to complete an organization in every 
Association before the close of 1958. 

Number of Brotherhoods in the Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina, 1,189. This shows a gain of 106 new Brotherhoods 
organized during 1957, an average of more than two new Brother- 
hoods each week during the year. These Brotherhoods will repre- 
sent over fifty thousand men. 

These Brotherhoods were organized according to the plan as 
recommended by the Baptist Brotherhood of the South. Some of them 
use part of the Committees and others, most all of the Regular 
Service Committees. 

The Associations which have been organized meet quarterly and 
the Regional and State Brotherhood organizations meet annually. 
Most of the Brotherhoods have been meeting once each month, a 
great many of them meet weekly, and a number of them meet 
semimonthly. 

The Ten Regions in North Carolina held Brotherhood Conven- 
tions during the past year, all of which were well attended and 
showed a fine interest. A total of approximately 5,250 men at- 
tended these ten Regional Conventions, air increase of a thousand 
over 1956. 

Brotherhood Retreats were held during the summer as follows: 
one at Caswell Assembly, one at Fruitland Assembly and one at 
Ridgecrest Assembly. Large numbers of Brotherhood members at- 
tended all three of these summer Assemblies showing a substantial 
gain at each Assembly over records of attendances in 1956. 

Encouraging reports in carrying out the purpose of the Brother- 
hood have been received from Brotherhoods in North Carolina 
during the year. A Witnessing and Personal Soul Winning Leader- 
ship Institute was held at Thomasville on Friday and Saturday, 
January 4 and 5, 1957, with over two hundred men attending. The 
second one will be held at the same place on January 3 and 4, 
1958, and we confidently expect over five hundred men in at- 
tendance. This dynamic Soul Winning Crusade led by the Brother- 
hoods in many parts of North Carolina is one of the most thrilling 
accomplishments of this Men's Organization. 

The Annual State Brotherhood Convention was held at Wake 
Forest College in Winston-Salem on Monday evening, November 12, 
1956. A capacity attendance of about 2,000 men was present. 

Your State Secretary deeply appreciates the wonderful spirit 
and fine co-operation which he has received during these six years 
of this Men's Movement. A bright future lies ahead. MEN MARCH- 
ING FOR THE MASTER is our aim in North Carolina. If you do 
not have a Brotherhood we urge you to join the procession. 



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Royal Ambassadors 

"We are reading the first verse of the first chapter of a book 
whose pages are infinite." This statement can well be said about 
the Royal Ambassador work as we face up to the challenge of it 
here in our state. This was the last year of transferal of the work 
from Woman's Missionary Union to the Baptist Brotherhood. On 
October 1 the work on the state level became the responsibility of 
the Baptist Brotherhood. The past year was a good one in every 
respect for the work. 

The following are some of the activities planned and promoted 
in the work during the past year: 

Conclave meetings in about forty of the associations during 
Focus Week in November. 

State RA Congress held with Wake Forest College and First Bap- 
tist Church, Winston-Salem, with about 1,200 boys and leaders in 
attendance. 

Six weeks of State Royal Ambassador Camps with an attendance 
of about 1,350 boys. Many other boys attended associational and 
regional camps. 

Two-night leadership meetings in which the Basic Leadership 
Course was taught were held in twenty-two associations. Materials 
and help were furnished associational leaders in teaching the course 
in a number of other associations. 

Participated in and planned for boys attending the World Mission 
Week at Caswell with sixty-two boys attending. 

In addition to these activities we were able to be in many 
churches and associations for shorter periods of time. Also we 
spent three weeks in Schools of Missions and Stewardship Em- 
phasis weeks. Mr. Lloyd Jackson, our summer worker for ten weeks, 
was able to help a number of associations with their camp 
program. 

At the end of the year we had reported about 1,900 chapters, 
a gain from 1,806 reported at the end of last year. This number 
presents a real challenge, as we not only seek to hold on to that 
number and improve the quality of work done by that group, but we 
seek to reach many many more boys with the program. With 
that in mind we are suggesting three possible plans of promotion 
on the church level: 

1. Brotherhood sponsorship, using the RA Committee of the 
Church Brotherhood where we have Brotherhoods in churches. 

2. In some churches without Brotherhoods we are suggesting 
that the work be under a RA Committee selected by the church. 
That Committee will have the same duties as the similar Com- 
mittee in the Brotherhood. 

3. In some churches where neither of the two above mentioned 
plans seems wise or feasible we are suggesting that Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union continue to promote the work. 



142 Baptist State Convention 

With these plans in mind, and with the interest and enthusiasm 
of the men of the Brotherhoods of our churches I believe we are 
going to have our greatest days of advance in our Royal Am- 
bassador work. 

95. V. SOCIAL SERVICE 

95. 1. North Carolina Baptist Hospital 

Egbert L. Davis, Jr., Chairman, Board of Trustees 

1957 has been a year of increasing activity at your Baptist Hos- 
pital. Approximately 16,000 patients will be admitted as bed pa- 
tients and approximately 125,000 visits will be made to the out- 
patient clinics located in our buildings. These patients will come 
from every county in North Carolina and nearby states. Approxi- 
mately 50 per cent of all patients will be able to pay part or none 
of the cost of their medical care. 

Education: Your hospital is one of the largest producers of pro- 
fessional medical and hospital personnel in the country. It runs 
seven accredited schools in the paramedical sciences. In addition, 
it trains interns and residents and on the job courses in hospital 
administration, pharmacy, and engineering. Additionally, the third 
and fourth year medical students of the Bowman Gray School of 
Medicine are trained in the facilities of your hospital. A total of 
517 will be enrolled in the courses during 1957. 

The outreach of the Christian education of these skilled medical 
personnel in the field of home and foreign missions is indeed 
gratifying. 

Building Needs: In the past year 101 applicants to the school 
of nursing were turned down for lack of dormitory and classroom 
space. The Trustees have been studying ways and means to finance 
a building and also the cost of educating additional nurses. The need 
for these skilled nurses is great in North Carolina. There is a great 
shortage in this humanitarian field of service. It will take in the 
neighborhood of one million dollars to increase the dormitory and 
classroom space. 

Our school of Pastoral Care, the finest of its kind in the country, 
also has growing pains. Dormitories and apartments are among the 
major needs of this department. 

Mother's Day: 4,677 service patients were admitted to the hospital 
during the past year. In addition, 61,135 out-patient visits were 
made to the service clinics. The Mother's Day offering made it pos- 
sible to contribute on the average $35.00 to each of the admitted 
patients and approximately $1.00 per visit to the charity out- 
patient clinic. However, the costs for these patients were $160.00 
per admitted patient and $2.37 per visit to the out-patient clinic. It 
is apparent that the patients themselves and other agencies and 
sources must supplement Mother's Day funds in order for us to 
remain solvent. A need for a greater Mother's Day offering is ever 
present. 



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No one needs to be told that the costs of hospital care are in- 
creasing at a rapid rate. The Mother's Day fund is used for patients 
who seek charity or partial charity care of this institution. It is the 
greatest living demonstration of North Carolina Baptists' com- 
passion for the sick and sick poor. It is the center from which our 
missions in this regard radiate. We are grateful to the denomina- 
tion for its prayers and offerings in this important mission. 

General: We have completed and put in operation the new Cobalt 
therapy machine for the treatment of cancer. North Carolina Bap- 
tists can be proud that they have the first such machine in North 
Carolina and South Carolina. It is available to rich and poor alike. 

The close affiliation of your hospital with the Bowman Gray 
School of Medicine makes possible the highest caliber of profes- 
sional medical care. It is, in fact, one of the greatest single factors in 
raising it above the ordinary community hospital in terms of serv- 
ices that can be rendered. We wish to express our gratitude to 
the men of this institution for their continued co-operation and 
guidance. 

The hospital faces serious problems in the matter of keeping 
pace with industry and other hospitals in the salaries of its own 
personnel. Committees of the Convention who have investigated 
this particular matter have consistently advised the General Board 
to increase our Co-operative Program funds and make an effort 
to increase the Mother's Day offering in order to alleviate this 
condition. 

Conclusions: 1. There is great need and opportunity to increase 
the educational program of the North Carolina Baptist Hospital. 

2. In order to accomplish the enlarged educational program, in- 
creased funds need to be provided for buildings and additional fa- 
cilities. 

3. The denomination should increase its Co-operative Program 
support and enlarge the Mother's Day offering. 

4. We are grateful for the support of our Convention through 
its prayers and offerings. 

96. 2. Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Inc. 

I. G. Greer, President, Board of Trustees 

W. C. Reed, General Superintendent 

This is the eighth report the present Administration has sub- 
mitted to the North Carolina Baptist State Convention. These have 
been years of continuing progress and growth in the field of child 
care. You will note that, as instructed by last year's Convention, 
the name has been officially changed from Baptist Orphanage to 
Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Inc. 

The progress and development of the program have been made 
possible by the co-operation of a large staff of dedicated workers; 
the undergirding support of a strong and interested Board of Trus- 



144 Baptist State Convention 

tees; and the faith, love and confidence of more than eight hun- 
dred thousand pastors and laymen, who constitute the membership 
of the Baptist Churches of North Carolina. As we have met with 
the seventy-five Associations over the state this year, we have 
been amazed at the love expressed for this phase of Baptist work. 
The attitude of our people expressed in faith and love for our 
ministry to homeless children has humbled us and caused us to re- 
new our vow to God and the people to ever keep this service to 
needy children centered in the Will of God as expressed through the 
mass will of our Baptist people. 

During the past year the people have continued to open their 
hearts and homes which has enabled us to expand greatly our 
Foster Home Boarding program. As the Thanksgiving Offering in- 
creases we will continue to expand this phase of our work until 
ultimately we care for about 50 per cent of our homeless children 
in good Christian homes scattered all over the state. At present 
we have about 20 per cent of our number in such homes. 

Then again, the work of God's Kingdom never stands still. The 
Master will always continue to present new challenges. This year 
there have been two special ones in our state in connection with 
child care: First, the large number of applicants we had to turn 
down because we did not have money to minister to their needs; 
Second, the Indian Orphanage at Pembroke, N. C. 

Last year we ministered to a total of 751 children. During the 
same period 813 applications, all signed by Baptist pastors, had to 
be considered. Each case was investigated by our Social Service 
staff. We could only serve 169 of these in our program. This left 
644 for whom we could not provide services. Some of these were 
placed with relatives and friends, but many were left without any- 
one to give proper care and supervision. They still wait for North 
Carolina Baptists to provide for their needs. 

The second great challenge that has been presented to your 
department of child care relates to Indian children of the Burnt 
Swamp Baptist Association of Robeson County. There is now a 
small orphanage at Pembroke, N. C. The buildings are totally 
inadequate and should be removed and replaced with a building 
or buildings in keeping with modern standards of child caring 
institutions. Also the present financial support is very meager. A 
chorus of Baptist voices from every area of the state has been 
urging that the Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Inc., 
take this as a part of its total child care program. In view of this 
the Board of Trustees of the Children's Homes and the General 
Board of the Baptist State Convention each in regular sessions 
voted unanimously in favor of the movement. The General Board 
will pass the question on to the Convention with a recommenda- 
tion that it be accepted as a branch of the Baptist Children's 
Homes of North Carolina, Inc. The delegates to the Robeson Bap- 
tist Association on October 25th voted unanimously to deed to 



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the Trustees of the Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, 
Inc., the land on which the present Pembroke Orphanage is now 
located. 

These urgent needs point up the absolute necessity for every 
Church to increase its Thanksgiving Offering this year. The for- 
mula of support guaranteed by the Baptist State Convention places 
a ceiling as well as a floor on the income for the Children's Homes 
from Church budgets, Once-A-Month offerings, and Co-operative 
Program funds. Therefore, the only way any Church can help 
meet these pressing needs is through a larger Thanksgiving Of- 
fering. You hold the key to the future usefulness and happiness 
of this host of children. What will your answer be? 

For three score and twelve years North Carolina Baptists have 
been in the vanguard in the great ministry of child care. You 
have blazed many trails which are now being traveled by every 
child caring institution of the Southern Baptist Convention. We 
challenge you to still carry the torch and continue to blaze trails 
in progressive child care until every child has an opportunity to 
develop under the most favorable environment a Christian society 
can provide. 

97. 3. North Carolina Baptist Homes, Inc. 

James M. Hayes, General Superintendent 
Dr. P. W. Green, Chairman, Board of Trustees 

This, the seventh year of operation of the Baptist Homes for the 
Aging, has been the greatest year of expansion, thanks to our Lord 
for His continued favor, and the North Carolina Baptists for their 
increased support. 

The new Administration and Residential Building was opened 
June 13. All rooms are now occupied. 

The new building increased facilities to 115 residents, counting 
those at Resthaven and the Albemarle Home. It also added half a 
million dollars to the value of the assets of the Homes for the 
Aging. 

Another forward step was taken in July when the General 
Board voted unanimously to accept the offer of Don G. Matthews, 
Sr., Hamilton, N. C, to give fifty-thousand ($50,000) dollars and 
land on which to build a Home for the Aging in eastern Carolina. 
This fourth Home will probably add space for approximately forty 
additional residents, thus bringing the total capacity of all the 
Homes to at least 150 residents. 

Two wills have been probated in Forsyth County in which the 
Homes were remembered with sizable gifts when received. Word 
has come of other wills in which the Homes will share. 

A total of eighty-five thousand, five hundred and forty-three 
($85,543) dollars has been received from the Special Day offering 
through the churches. 



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146 Baptist State Convention 

From other sources listed we have received the following 
amounts: 

SPECIAL DAY OFFERINGS 

THROUGH CHURCHES $ 85,543.00 

Personal and corporation gifts $ 7,708.76 

Memorial gifts 3,736.76 

Building Fund gifts 28,837.02 

Baptist State Convention (undesignated) 

Building Fund, etc 41,820.00 

January through October 

$82,102.54 82,102.54 

GRAND TOTAL $167,645.54 

Adding the total of the Special Day offering through the churches 
and the total of amounts received from various sources the Bap- 
tist Homes received from January 1, 1957 to October 25, 1957, a 
grand total of one hundred, sixty-seven thousand, six hundred, 
forty five and 54/100 ($167,645.54) dollars. This represents an 
average gift of fifteen (15c) cents per Baptist — 850,000, approxi- 
mately in number. As was anticipated, the Homes received the 
largest response in special gifts — personal and corporation — 
thus far, especially in the way of memorial gifts to furnish, endow, 
and construct rooms. Many thousands of dollars were saved in 
equipping the new Home by gifts from furniture manufacturers. 

The challenge facing the Homes for the Aging at present is to 
finish paying for the new building. Although the Baptist State Con- 
vention authorized that the Homes might borrow up to one hundred 
and seventy-five thousand ($175,000) dollars to finish paying for 
the construction and equipment of the new building on Reynolds 
Park Road, actually it was necessary to borrow but one hundred 
thousand ($100,000) dollars. Surely, with all North Carolina Bap- 
tists responding with a generous Special Day offering on the third 
Sunday of February, 1958, and with continued gifts coming in from 
other sources as they have been in the past, this balance of one 
hundred thousand ($100,000) dollars should be paid within the 
year. Accordingly, if each pastor and superintendent of the Sunday 
schools will urge the members of each church to respond to this 
worthy cause, the Baptist Homes for the Aging would be free of 
debt by the end of the year 1958. 

The state of health of all the residents has been remarkably 
good, considering their ages — 65 to 97 years. There have been 
only three deaths during the year. 

The residents and all connected with the Homes for the Aging 
are deeply grateful for the support received in the past, and join 
with the Baptists of our state in thanking God for His favor and 
blessings year by year. 



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97a. 4. Relief and Annuity Report for 1957 
Ottis J. Hagler 

In its 39 years of service to Southern Baptists, the Relief and 
Annuity Board has paid out in relief and retirement benefits close 
to 241/2 million. During 1956 alone, these benefits totaled $1,946,- 
654.83 — received by approximately 4,600 retired ministers and 
denominational employees, and widows. Of this number 1,474 were 
on relief rolls. 

As to the Relief and Annuity Program in North Carolina the 
following information is given: 

At this time last year 787 individuals were participating in the 
Ministers Retirement Plan as compared with 595 today. This Plan 
has been closed to new members since January 1, 1956. The de- 
crease here is due to transfers to the Southern Baptist Protection 
Plan, death, withdrawal, and a number of retirement annuities 
being set up. The number of certificate holders will decrease as 
more and more members claim benefits under this Plan. 

While the Ministers Retirement Plan has shown the expected 
decrease the Southern Baptist Protection Plan, which was of- 
ered when the Ministers Retirement Plan was closed, has shown 
consistent growth and favor. At the time of our report last 
year 132 members were enrolled in this Plan. Today our record 
shows 352 members or an increase of 220. 

North Carolina Vital Statistics 

Number of Certificate Holders 943 

Number of Churches Participating 1,047 

Number of Retired Ministers 91 

Number of Widows on Annuity 47 

Number of Ministers on Relief 61 

Number of Widows on Relief 87 

Total Annuity Benefits Annually $ 91,695.92 

Total Relief Benefits 24,169.50 



Grand Total $115,865.42 

All pastors and full-time church and denominational employees 
are eligible for participation in this program. For maximum bene- 
fits for Age Annuity, Disability, or Death there must be maximum 
participation. 

Ottis J. Hagler is Secretary of Retirement Plans for North Caro- 
lina and is eager to help pastors and churches avail themselves of 
this vital and necessary service. Without the invaluable assistance 
of Mrs. W. I. Powell, Office Secretary, the promotion and ad- 
ministration of our Retirement Program would not have been as 
effectively and efficiently carried out. 



148 Baptist State Convention 

The following information and additional service is furnished by 
the Relief and Annuity Board, Dallas, Texas. 

Age Security Plan for the Minister 

In the latter part of 1956, a letter was written to ministers paying 
on the $4,000 maximum in one of the basic retirement plans ad- 
vising them of the opportunity to supplement their present Plan 
by adding the Age Security Plan. They were encouraged to pay 5 
per cent dues on what they make above $4,000. The church matches 
their dues in this two-way program. There is no maximum or 
minimum salary basis in the Age Security Plan, however, the pas- 
tor and the church may pay dues on his whole salary or any 
portion of it. 

Savings Annuity Plan 

Increased promotion of the Savings Annuity Plan during the year 
is still bringing gratifying results. Money that is placed with the 
Board through this Plan earns 3 per cent interest compounded semi- 
annually. The savings may be drawn out in a lump sum or 
used to purchase a retirement annuity, bringing in a monthly in- 
come to the member until his death. 

Officers of the Board 

R. Alton Reed, Executive Secretary; Floyd B. Chaff in, Assoc. 
Secretary, Public Relations Director; L. T. Daniel, Assoc. Secretary, 
Director of Annuities; R. S. Jones, Assoc. Director of Investments; 
Fred W. Noe, Treasurer; Owen Henley, Assistant Director of In- 
vestments; Mrs. Mable H. McCartney, Registrar. 

98. VI. EDUCATION 

Annual Report of the Council on Christian Education 

James W. Mason, Chairman 

Claude F. Gaddy, Executive Secretary 

In many respects 1957 may become one of the most significant 
years in the history of the development of higher education by 
Baptists in North Carolina. Certainly there were more members 
of the graduating classes at the close of last college year than in 
any previous year. With the opening of the present college year, 
as of September 20, 1957, we had a total enrollment of 6,178 
regular students. In addition to these, there were several hundred 
special students, and, including the summer school enrollments, the 
total enrollment for this year will exceed 7,500. For more de-, 
tailed general and statistical information on each of the colleges, 
we would refer you to the reports which follow. 

In its first meeting of the year on January 15, 1957, the Council 
received its new members both from the General Board and the 
institutions, and proceded to organize by welcoming Mr. James W. 
Mason of Laurinburg as Chairman of the Council by reason of 



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having been elected Chairman of the General Board's Education 
Committee. Under Constitutional provision, Mrs. W. K. McGee, 
President of the State W.M.U., continues as Vice-Chairman of 
the Council, and Mr. James R. Lane was re-elected Recording Sec- 
retary. 

As representative of important matters receiving the attention 
of the Council on Christian Education this year, we note the fol- 
lowing : 

Salaries of College Personnel 

A special committee of the Council, appointed to study salaries 
of academic personnel in these seven Baptist colleges, brought its 
report, which would seem to merit publication in full as follows: 

Report of the Council's Special Committee to Study Salaries 
Of Academic Personnel in the Seven Baptist Colleges 

January, 1957 

The Council on Christian Education, meeting on April 26, 1956, 
authorized the Chairman to "appoint a committee ... to study the 
scale of existing salaries for academic personnel in the member 
colleges and report findings with possible recommendations at a 
future date." Serving on the committee were James W. Mason, 
E. F. Mathis, W. J. Burton and James R. Lane. 

The committee proceeded to secure from every available source 
as much information as possible on the matter of salaries for 
academic personnel, at both the national and state level, in all 
types of colleges. In the college year 1955-56, for all four-year 
colleges in the nation, the median salary was as follows : 

Full professor $7,076 

Associate professor 5,731 

Assistant professor 4,921 

Instructor 4,087 

"For teachers of all ranks combined the median salary was 
$5,243." 

In the public junior colleges throughout the nation the median 
salary was $5,470; in the non-public junior colleges the median 
salary of all teachers was $3,613. 

In North Carolina the average salary paid for full professors in 
State institutions ranged from $4,900 to $8,222; for associate pro- 
fessors from $4,007 to $6,089; for assistant professors from $4,062 
to $5,028; and for instructors from $3,420 to $4,201. These salaries 
are for a period of nine months. 

In the North Carolina Baptist colleges the salaries for teachers 
are as follows: 

In Wake Forest College, from $4,800 for an assistant professor to 
$8,000 in the fourth year of a full professor. These salaries are for 
twelve months with summer school teaching required for every 
other summer. 



150 Baptist State Convention 

In Meredith College, from $3,700 as a beginning salary for an 
assistant professor to $5,600 as the maximum for a full professor. 

It is noted that the salary schedules for teachers in Wake Forest 
College are somewhat below those paid in State institutions, and 
that the salaries paid teachers in Meredith College are approxi- 
mately 30 per cent below those paid in State institutions. 

The committee finds that in the five two-year Baptist colleges the 
salaries are altogether inadequate. Although all five of these col- 
leges are fully accredited in every respect by the Southern As- 
sociation of Colleges, the average annual salary of their full-time 
teachers, with a minimum training of the Master's degree, is less 
than $3,500, with a range from approximately $2,800 to a maxi- 
mum in rare instances of $4,000. The committee bases its opinion 
of the inadequacy of these salaries on the fact that, although the 
training requirements are exceedingly high, the compensation 
provided is far below that being paid for other professional serv- 
ices as well as in the ministry and for other denominational em- 
ployees, and that the continuation of such a low salary scale will 
ultimately result in teaching personnel which would leave much 
to be desired, and that the quality of instruction and education of 
students would be adversely affected. 

It is expected that the present salaries of teachers in State 
institutions as well as in private employment will continue to in- 
crease. In order that the colleges may be enabled to anticipate 
these rapidly changing conditions, steps should be taken immedi- 
ately to insure the continuation of quality teachers and instruction 
through increased salaries. The committee makes recommendations 
as follows: 

(1) That Wake Forest College continue to be alert to the in- 
crease in the salaries of teaching personnel in the State institutions 
at present and in anticipation of the increases which seem to be 
assured in the near future. 

( 2 ) That the administration of Meredith College seek immediately 
to advance progressively the salaries of its teachers to be brought 
in line with those at Wake Forest College, thereby more nearly 
equalizing the teaching salaries paid in our two Baptist senior 
colleges. 

(3) That in the light of the findings with respect to the grossly 
inadequate salaries paid teachers in the junior colleges, the com- 
mittee recommends as a minimum a 10 per cent progressive in- 
crease in salaries paid in Baptist junior colleges for at least a 
five-year period, which would result in a salary schedule approach- 
ing the present salary schedule of teachers in Meredith College. 
Under no circumstances should a lower goal be set. 

The committee would like to point out not only that the present 
salary scales in the junior colleges are inadequate, but that they 
do not provide a living income by comparison with other existing 
salaries and wages paid. When considered in the light of the 



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training and preparation required for these teachers, the present 
practice approaches a "moral wrong," and, when compared with 
the salaries of North Carolina Baptist ministers and personnel of the 
Baptist State Convention, is grossly unfair. 

The committee further recommends that attention be given to 
the problem of finding adequate financial resources to provide these 
salaries through increased charges to students where possible, 
and a greater participation in the undesignated Co-operative Pro- 
gram funds of the Convention. 

Signed, 

James W. Mason 
E. F. Mathis 
W. J. Burton 
James R. Lane 

Distribution of Undesignated Co-operative Program Funds 

In response to certain directives given the Council by the Baptist 
State Convention in its annual session in November, 1956, and in 
the light of the findings of the special committee on salaries of 
college personnel, the Council has given much thought to the 
matter of the distribution of all undesignated Co-operative Pro- 
gram funds available for the seven Baptist colleges. Early in the 
year the Council asked that the presidents of the colleges constitute 
a special committee to study all aspects of this matter and bring 
their report to the full Council. The presidents held two meetings 
for this purpose and brought a unanimous recommendation to 
the Council in its meeting on July 23, 1957. After careful con- 
sideration by the full Council the recommendation of the presidents 
was unanimously adopted and brought to the General Board, 
which in turn unanimously approved the recommendation for the 
distribution of all undesignated Co-operative Program funds, be- 
ginning in 1958. 

In the action of the Convention of 1956, it was suggested that, 
if possible, the Council bring a "simplified method" for the dis- 
tribution of these funds. In order to comply insofar as possible 
with this request, it was agreed that it would be avisable to follow 
a simple percentage division for both operating and capital outlay 
funds, and the plan adopted will give to each of the seven col- 
leges the following percentage amounts of every dollar made avail- 
able for both operating and capital outlay purposes: 

Per Cent 

Wake Forest College 28.0 

Meredith College 17.0 

Mars Hill College 14.4 

Gardner-Webb College 9.9 

Campbell College 12.0 

Wingate College 9.9 

Chowan College 8.8 



152 Baptist State Convention 

In arriving at this percentage distribution the Council has at- 
tempted to take into consideration "the actual needs of each 
school, both as to capital outlay and operating expenses," and 
"necessary salary adjustments, particularly in the junior colleges," 
and it is believed that we are bringing "a plan or formula simple 
enough for all our people to understand." It should be noted 
that the plan adopted has the unanimous approval of the presi- 
dents of the seven colleges, the Council on Christian Education, 
and the General Board of the Convention. 

Christian Education Emphasis Day on the Seven College Campuses 

Of particular significance in 1957 were the one-day meetings in 
April on the seven college campuses with the presidents of all 
the colleges in attendance, to which all pastors, Sunday School 
superintendents and Brotherhood presidents in the state were in- 
vited. The response was most encouraging, and already plans are 
being made for these regional campus meetings for 1958, with the 
following schedule: 

April 15th— Mars Hill College 

April 16th — Gardner - Webb College 

April 17th — Wingate College 

April 18th — Wake Forest College 

April 22nd — Campbell College 

April 23rd — Chowan College 

April 24th — Meredith College 

Pastors and other church leaders are urged to note these dates 
and plan to attend one of these significant meetings. This year an 
urgent invitation will be given to our W.M.U. leaders. 

College Presidents in Ten Regional Brotherhood Meetings 

The first two weeks in May of this year one or more of the 
college presidents attended each of the ten Regional Brotherhood 
Conventions held throughout the state, and the Council would 
express deep appreciation to Secretary Horace Easom and his 
associates for this wonderful opportunity to bring the work of these 
colleges to the attention of the thousands of Brotherhood mem- 
bers attending these regional meetings. 

Christian Education Emphasis on Father's Day 
Sunday, June 16, 1957 

Acting under a directive given by the General Board in its meet- 
ing in November, 1956, the Council on Christian Education pro- 
vided for the observance of Christian Education Emphasis month 
in June rather than in April, as provided in the Southwide calendar. 
Father's Day, Sunday, June 16, 1957, was selected as the most 
appropriate day for bringing this emphasis to a close, and pro- 
motional materials were prepared and distributed along with en- 



OF North Carolina 153 

velopes for special offerings in all the Baptist churches in North 
Carolina. Although the amount of money received was signifi- 
cant, of greater importance was the wide participation on the part 
of our churches throughout the state. This special offering for 
Christian Education was new, and the total amount of $18,380.46 
received through the Convention office, plus $28,426.64 going 
directly to the colleges, for a total of $46,807.10, was not nearly 
so great as the amounts received by other institutions and agencies 
of the Convention which have promoted these offerings through 
the years. 

It is the purpose of your Council to follow similar procedures in 
the promotion of Christian Education in 1958. With Father's Day, 
Sunday, June 15, designated for the special offering; and the Coun- 
cil believes that this will be another significant means for keeping 
these colleges and their importance in our total Baptist work 
ever in the minds of our Baptist people. 

Inter-faculty Meetings 

In the college year 1956-57 the Council provided for six inter- 
faculty meetings for teachers in the different subjects in the seven 
Baptist colleges, and during the present college year seven such 
inter-faculty meetings are scheduled, as follows: 

October — English — Gardner-Webb College 
November — Modern languages — Meredith College 
February — Music and art — Wake Forest College 
March — Health and physical education — Campbell College 
March — Social sciences — Wingate College 
March — Religion, Bible and psychology — Chowan College 
April — Natural sciences, mathematics and business education — 
Mars Hill College 

The meetings convene on Friday evening and continue through 
Saturday, with participation by all the colleges, and they consti- 
tute one of the most significant projects sponsored by your Coun- 
cil on Christian Education, not only for the improvement of 
instruction but for the development of faculty morale and profes- 
sional spirit. All the faculty members heartily approve such a plan 
and are glad to participate. 

Audits 

For the fourth consecutive year, A. M. PuUen & Company has 
audited the financial records of all seven Baptist colleges, and a 
detailed report on each of these audits is filed in the office of 
the Council on Christian Education. These reports show the in- 
come from all sources, as well as disbursements. 

College Enrollments and Plant Expansion 

Recognizing the increasing number of students seeking admis- 
sion to all colleges at this time and for years to come, all seven 



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OF North Carolina 155 

of our Baptist colleges must continue to seek ways and means 
for improving and expanding present plant facilities to provide for 
as many of these students as possible. Your attention is directed to 
the statistical information on enrollments and finances in the 
brochure on "Our North Carolina Baptist Colleges," distributed 
in this meeting of the Convention. Certainly the Baptists of North 
Carolina will want to accept the challenge which we are now facing 
in providing adequate college facilities for as many of these Bap- 
tist young people as possible. 

Our Baptist Colleges and World Missions 

With the ever growing emphasis on world missions, it is our 
sincere hope that our Baptist people will seek to evaluate the im- 
portance of these colleges in making it possible for us to achieve 
these great mission goals of the next decade. A careful study of the 
history of missions would seem to justify a first consideration for 
enlisting and training dedicated young men and young women, 
and your Council on Christian Education must ever be alert to 
this fact. 

"How then shall they call on him in whom they have not be- 
lieved? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have 
not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher?" — Romans 
10:14. 

99. 2. Report From the Colleges 

(a) Campbell College 

R. A. Hedgpeth, President, Board of Trustees 

Leslie H. Campbell, President 

The seventieth annual session opened on September 9 with 
another peak enrollment, exceeding last year's banner record 
by about 5.7 per cent. Some were turned away for lack of room. 

The following facts concerning the present student group as of 
October 1, 1957, are interesting: 

Total fall enrollment to date 855 

Day students who drive or walk to school 215 

Foreign countries represented 3 

States of the United States represented 13 

Counties of North Carolina represented 68 

Summer School enrollment 218 

Of the total enrollment to date 365, or 43.4 per cent, reported 
rural home addresses. Occupationally, 30.8 per cent of the stu- 
dents' parents engage in agriculture, while only 5 per cent are 
listed in the professions; 25.8 per cent are business men as against 
2 per cent whose parents are Christian ministers. One hundred 
and ten of those enrolled are veterans registered as beneficiaries 
under the G.I. Bill. Fifty-seven are registered as candidates for full- 
time religious work. 

In many respects the year 1956-1957 was one of great achieve- 



156 Baptist State Convention 

ment. In the fall the college's most successful financial campaign in 
its history was culminated with its goal of $250,000 ex- 
ceeded in cash and pledges by more than $60,000. On Founder's 
Day, held on January 12, impressive services were conducted ob- 
serving the formal opening of the sizable addition to the Carrie 
Rich Memorial Library, enlarged to four times its original capacity. 
Soon thereafter work began on the enlargement of Marshbanks 
Dining Hall and its conversion into a modernized cafeteria. These 
two projects called for an expenditure of nearly $350,000. 

During the past five years Campbell's enrollment of students has 
increased 103 per cent. During the same period the college has ex- 
pended approximately $1,000,000 in plant improvement and ex- 
pansion. Already its present facilities in the cafeteria, library 
and gymnasium are adequate to accommodate 1,000 students. To 
round out a balanced operation with that number of students the 
trustees and administration are launching plans to add classroom 
and dormitory facilities required at the earliest possible date. 

Campbell College delights to make her facilities available for use 
by religious, recreational, and other worthwhile groups when- 
ever possible. On the week end of March 15-17 last spring our 
State Y.W.A. organization again held a highly successful Queens' 
Court on the campus, with more than four hundred girls in at- 
tendance. In June for the second year Camp Farthest Out, an inter- 
denominational prayer group, met for one week with remarkable re- 
sults. Concurrently, our physical education department opened its 
second summer basketball school for high school undergraduates 
under the leadership of Wake Forest's "Bones" McKinney, and 
Campbell's Fred McCall and Hargrove Davis, assisted by other able 
coaches and college stars. Two schools of one week's duration were 
conducted enrolling a total of approximately 300 boys. 

The new year begins auspiciously. A realistic appraisal of our 
present must take cognizance of the college's great loss occasioned 
by the death of Dr. Robert P. Holding, outstanding banker and 
business executive in our State and member of our Board of Trus- 
tees. While a member of our Board for less than one year. Dr. 
Holding served most effectively as honorary chairman of our fi- 
nancial campaign and as chairman of our Campus Future-Planning 
Committee. We shall greatly miss his leadership and enthusiastic 
support. 

100. (b) Chowan College 

Raleigh Parker, President, Board of Trustees 

Bruce E. Whitaker, President 

When Chowan College began its 109th year in September, the en- 
rollment was a record-breaking 299 students. This figure represents 
a 42 per cent increase over the 1956-57 academic year, a 60 per 
cent increase in the past three years, and a more than 200 per cent 
increase since the college re-opened in 1949. 

Both classroom and dormitory facilities at Chowan are crowded 



OF North Carolina 157 

far beyond normal capacity. More than 50 male students are pres- 
ently being housed in residences in the town of Murfreesboro. 
Never before has this been the situation. 

Recognizing the facility crisis which is at hand, Chowan's Board 
of Trustees has launched an intensive Enlargement-Development 
Campaign for $750,000.00, to be paid over a three-year period. 
This amount, along with other anticipated income, will be used to 
provide a group of seven new buildings which are considered ab- 
solutely necessary for the growth which is immediately in sight. 

The proposed new buildings, which will be one and two-story 
structures of brick construction, are: girls' dormitory, boys' dormi- 
tory, business and secretarial training building, library, cafeteria, 
administration and classroom building, and an addition to the 
present Graphic Arts building. 

In most impressive ceremonies held October 11, and attended 
by prominent educators from all over the south, Dr. Bruce E. 
Whitaker was formally inaugurated as twentieth president of 
Chowan College. 

Dr. Whitaker began his work at the college on May 15, 1957, in 
time to participate in the Spring Commencement Exercises. During 
the summer he directed an extensive campus remodeling and re- 
conditioning program. When the college opened in the fall, the 
existing buildings were in relatively fine condition. A recent cam- 
pus visitor summed up the situation quite well when he said: 
"It is truly amazing that so much has been done with so little." 

Those close to the situation agree that this second oldest of North 
Carolina's Baptist Colleges is facing its brightest day. Chowan Col- 
lege officials think so, too. They are deeply grateful for the in- 
creasing support which the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina continues to provide year after year, and they commit 
themselves afresh to their high responsibility of giving back to the 
communities from whence they come, weil-trained and Christlike 
young people who will serve well both their churches and society 
at large. 

101. (c) Gardner-Webb College 

■tom S. Lawrence, President, Board of Trustees 

Philip L. Elliott, President 

The Golden Anniversary year of Gardner-Webb College has 
passed and the second half century is now in progress. These have 
truly been golden years and Gardner-Webb eagerly presses toward 
greater achievement and greater service. 

Significantly for the first time in its history Gardner-Webb opens 
the fall term with more than five hundred students — 512 to be 
exact. These students come to the college from 47 North Carolina 
counties and from 8 other states and the District of Columbia. Fifty- 
eight of these students are ministerial students with 5 mission 
volunteers and 18 pursuing work to become vocational workers in 
Religious Education. 



158 Baptist State Convention 

During the past year Gardner- Webb has completed two buildings 
— a dormitory for women and the Physical Education building. Con- 
tinued effort is put forth to secure funds to continue to meet the 
needs of students who desire an education, but who are unable to 
overcome financial obstacles. 

In the early morning hours of August 22 fire completely de- 
stroyed the oldest and largest building on the campus. The loss 
sustained is irreplaceable because of the sentimental value, but by 
God's grace and the generosity of friends the classrooms, the labora- 
tories, the offices, the living quarters, and all the equipment will 
be replaced. A building which will include administrative offices, 
classrooms, and laboratories will one day rise from the ashes of 
Huggins-Curtis to honor Christ and serve the youth of our state. 

The trustees, the administration, the faculty, and the students of 
Gardner-Webb College pledge that the principles on which the 
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina is founded and rests 
shall be the guiding spirit every step of the way insofar as these are 
able to determine those principles. Thus, Gardner-Webb earnestly 
sets forth in its second half century of service. 

102. (d) Mars Hill College 

Carl Meares, President, Board of Trustees 

Hoyt Blackwell, President 

Mars Hill College began its 1957-58 session with an enrollment of 
1,110 students, of which number 1,062 are regular college students 
and 48 are special students. This is the largest number ever enrolled 
at the beginning of a college year. Twenty-two states, the District 
of Columbia, and six foreign countries are represented. Seven hun- 
dred and twenty-three of the students are from 81 North Carolina 
counties. 

Eighteen denominations are represented among the regular stu- 
dents as follows: Baptist 851; Methodist, 79; Presbyterian, 57; 
Episcopal, 15; First Christian, 12; Lutheran, 7; Catholic, 4; Mora- 
vian, 4; Greek Orthodox, 2; First Congegational, 2; Church of God, 
2; Plymouth Brethren, 1; Jewish, 1; Reform, 1; Church of Advent, 
1; Central Christian, 1; Pentecostal, 1; and Non-denomination, 21. 

There are 54 ministerial students and 50 volunteers for Christ. 
Since the college opened in September, 316 persons have joined the 
Mars Hill Baptist Church. It is hoped that those who are not yet 
professing Christians may be reached before the revival meeting 
which is now in progress closes. Dr. Robert W. Kicklighter, Pastor 
of Blackwell Memorial Baptist Church of Elizabeth City, is the 
visiting minister. He and Dr. Robert E. Seymour, Pastor of the 
Mars Hill Baptist Church, make a great team of Christian workers 
for a community such as Mars Hill. Attendance upon the regularly 
scheduled services of the church and likewise upon the revival 
services is gratifying. A large number of persons have been moved 
to action by Dr. Kicklighter's dynamic sermons and also by the 
fervent Christian spirit which characterizes the church. 



OF North Carolina 159 

The quiet effort to secure funds with which to build buildings, 
buy essential equipment, and to further beautify the campus con- 
tinues to yield reasonable results. The college is in urgent need of an 
auditorium, a student union building, and an administration build- 
ing. 

Mars Hill College is deeply grateful for the support which it re- 
ceives from the Baptist State Convention. In turn it pledges its best 
in service in the field of Christian education. 

103. (e) Meredith College 

C. B. Deane, President, Board of Trustees 

Carlyle Campbell, President 

For the year 1956-57, Meredith College enrolled 660 students, of 
which number 588 were regular classmen during the nine-month 
year. Six foreign countries, twelve States, and seventy-seven North 
Carolina counties were represented. During the year degrees were 
awarded 124 graduates. All but nine students were affiliated with 
some denominational group; 66 per cent were members of a Bap- 
tist church. 

The auditor's report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1957, 
showed an operating deficit of $6,596.47. Near the end of the year 
we received the second of a two-year grant from the Ford Founda- 
tion amounting to $92,500, making a total of $187,500 to be used in 
supplementing faculty salaries. 

Our annual Religious Emphasis Week was held February 18-22, 
1957. In this program of addresses and conferences we had the 
leadership of Dr. J. P. Allen, Charlottesville, Va.; Dr. William 
Fallis, Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. Ben Lynes, Wake Forest; Dr. Hugh 
Hartshorne, Chapel Hill. 

The fifth annual School of Christian Studies was held on the 
campus, June 17-21, 1957, with the following guest lecturers: Dr. 
William D. Davies, Princeton University; Dean Walter Harrelson, 
University of Chicago; Dr. Halford E. Luccock, Yale University. 

Our fifty-ninth academic year began with an orientation pro- 
gram for all new students on September 12, 1957. Again, we opened 
with every dormitory room occupied, and thus far in the year 
have registered 642 students. We are pleased with the prevailing 
spirit and activity on the campus. 

Two important matters are to be considered at a special meeting 
of the Board of Trustees, to be held in November: (1) proposals to 
prepare for a decided increase in enrollment during the next three 
years; (2) a long-range financial campaign to make adequate pro- 
vision for the program currently in effect and for the expanded 
enrollment contemplated. 

With great pleasure and anticipation we announce the election 
of Mr. Robert G. Deyton, for some years vice-president and con- 
troller of Wake Forest College, as vice-president in charge of public 
relations at Meredith College. Mr. Deyton assumed his duties on Oc- 



160 Baptist State Convention 

tober 1, and has already demonstrated a remarkable ability and de- 
votion to Meredith. 

As this report is being prepared, the sketches and working draw- 
ings for a new science building have been completed. We hope 
that a contract for this building may be let by December 1. In 
location and structure, it will complement the liberal arts classroom 
building completed a year ago. Again, we must turn to our friends 
for finanacial help in this important undertaking. 

104. (f) Wake Forest College 

Hubert E. Olive, President, Board of Trustees 

Harold W. Tribble, President 

Wake Forest College is in its second successful year on its new 
campus in Winston-Salem. The enrollment of 2,573 is the highest 
in the history of the College, and the total operation of the College 
is proceeding most satisfactorily. Already, the faculty and students 
feel at home in Winston-Salem and evidence a determination that 
Wake Forest shall grow, commensurate with its facilities, in those 
facets that have marked its service as a Christian educational in- 
stitution through its 124 years. 

The major development within the College's program for this 
year has been the addition of evening classes. These are made 
possible through a special grant. There are 280 students enrolled 
in these classes. 

The total enrollment for the College year is distributed as fol- 
lows: liberal arts, including the School of Business Administra- 
tion, 1,941; the School of Law, 132; the Bowman Gray School of 
Medicine, 220; plus the 280 in evening classes, for a grand total 
of 2,573. It is expected that an additional 125 students will register 
for the second semester beginning in February, 1958, giving the 
College an over-all enrollment of approximately 2,700 for the ses- 
sion 1957-58. 

Religious activities have increased, with more students and 
faculty participating; attendance at religous services in Wait Chapel 
has been most gratifying; the large number of ministerial students 
emphasizes the important part the College has had through the 
years in educating ministers. 

The academic administration of the College has been greatly 
strengthened through the expansion of the personnel of the Office 
of the Dean. Two assistant deans are working with students in 
counselling and campus activities. Twenty-five additions to the 
faculty help the College maintain its low ratio of students per 
teacher, an important factor in a quality educational program. Our 
classrooms are crowded, and all available space is being utilized. 

A Long-Range Planning Committee is already at work mapping 
the expansion of the campus, and looking toward the completion 
of the original plan for the total campus. At present, we have 
about two-thirds of the projected buildings. The College hopes to 



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build during the next ten years, two more dormitories for women, 
two science buildings, two general classroom buildings, a building 
for the School of Business Administration, a Student Health Center, 
a Fine Arts Building, and a stadium. The most urgent need is for 
a Science building to house Biology and Mathematics, and a Hu- 
manities classroom building. Further, the College can not accept 
any additional women students until more dormitory space is pro- 
vided. 

Wake Forest College is proud to be owned and operated by the 
Baptists of North Carolina. The College is grateful for the support 
provided through the Co-operative Program of the North Caro- 
lina Baptist Convention, and is equally grateful for the intelligent 
correlation, leadership and assistance provided Wake Forest and 
all our Baptist colleges through the Council on Christian Education. 

The College reaffirms its devotion to highest principles of moral, 
intellectual and spiritual integrity, and seeks to provide a well- 
rounded education in an atmosphere of Christian interpretation 
and practice. Its long list of honored graduates testifies to its suc- 
cess in this direction across the years. 

105. (g) WiNGATE College 

R. L. Holbrook, President, Board of Trustees 

Budd E. Smith, President 

On September 9, Wingate College began her sixty-first year of 
operation, as she began serving students from the great Piedmont 
industrial area of North Carolina. Wingate began in 1896 as a private 
school and became a junior college in 1923. Wingate is still operating 
a high school division that takes care of older students who wish 
to complete their high school requirements before entering col- 
lege. This has been a fine program for men who wanted to enter 
the ministry and felt their need for further education and who 
had not completed high school. The purpose of the college is to 
train for Christian leadership, and it is the policy of the college 
administration and Board of Trustees to see that young people 
from homes with medium and low income shall be given an op- 
portunity, and in these homes of the Carolinas can be found out- 
standing young men and women who deserve this opportunity and 
who cannot afford to attend the institutions with higher rates. 
As a result of this, Wingate has kept her rates down and has 
made available work scholarships and other financial help for 
these students. Approximately one-third of the students in the stu- 
dent body of 659 are working a part of their way through school. 
The administration believes that the Baptists of North Carolina 
should maintain a top-flight institution for Baptist boys and girls 
at a cost within their reach, and it is to this end that the forces of 
Wingate shall ever work. 

Wingate College has grown very rapidly in every way during 
the past three years. The student body in the fall of 1953 was 192 



162 Baptist State Convention 

and in the fall of 1957 was 659. These are bona fide students 
carrying college level work or junior, senior high school work. 
Not only has Wingate grown in the number of students but in 
the calibre of instruction. Today, Wingate is recognized as an 
outstanding academic school whose graduates are superior in many 
ways as they enter the senior colleges. Recently, an admissions 
officer of one of the leading senior colleges of North Carolina said 
to Wingate's President, "Budd, I want to know what you are doing 
at Wingate to prepare your students so well. We find that when 
they come to us from your institution, they are as good as our 
own juniors in their first year with us, and in the next year, they 
surpass our own students." 

This is the reputation that Wingate College now has among 
senior institutions. Wingate is recognized by the national and 
regional associations for academic excellence. 

The finances of Wingate College are in excellent condition at the 
present time. The total indebtedness of the institution is less than 
$200,000, and this against a plant worth approximately one and a 
half million is very good. The operating budget for the college in 
1953-54 was $150,000, and the top salary for a teacher was $2,800 
for nine months. The operating budget for the year 1957-58 is 
$485,000, and the same teacher who received $2,800 in 1953-54 
will receive $4,500 for this year. In addition to these faculty 
raises, faculty and staff members have been given fringe benefits 
in the form of Social Security, hospitalization, group insurance, 
and pension plan along with Workman's Compensation. These fringe 
benefits are indeed valuable. In addition to these, the school has 
been able to build some new faculty homes to be used by young 
faculty members who join the staff at reasonable rates of interest. 
These faculty homes are to become a part of the college endowment. 

Among the student body of Wingate College, 15 per cent are 
studying for the ministry and full-time church vocations. Many of 
our finest young women are studying for full-time mission work, 
and a great host are looking forward to serving as youth directors 
and church secretaries. Wingate College makes available to all these 
young people a scholarship each year as well as to the sons and 
daughters of ministers and missionaries. Forty-seven of the counties 
of North Carolina are represented in the student body, and twenty- 
three counties from neighboring South Carolina are represented, 
as well as eleven states in our country and six foreign countries. 
Eighty-two per cent of our students are members of Baptist 
churches. The second denomination is the Methodist. These two de- 
nominations are represented by good churches in Wingate, and our 
young people are encouraged to participate in the local church pro- 
grams. The religious life of our campus is wholesome and good with 
various organizations very active, and this is all headed by the 
B.S.U. 

The Board of Trustees of Wingate College has just adopted a new 
program of expansion to begin immediately and will include con- 



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struction of a new library, a new auditorium, and a new physical 
education plant. Our student body has outgrown the old auditorium, 
and at the present time, we have no facility where all our students 
can assemble for our regular daily chapel programs. This is with 
great regret in that the administration feels that the devotional 
periods each day are the most valuable part of the total program 
in a Christian school. At the present time, we are dividing our stu- 
dents into groups, and devotional periods are held regularly with 
these, but this does not take the place of a mass meeting of the 
entire student body and faculty. 

Every person at Wingate College wishes to express to every mem- 
ber of the Baptist churches of North Carolina his sincere apprecia- 
tion for the Co-operative Program and the funds that are received 
through such a program. This is truly the life blood of Wingate 
College and her program of service to the young people of North 
Carolina. Today, Wingate looks to the future with great anticipation 
and great hope, for the challenge is great, and the opportunities for 
service to young people are unlimited. The policy that we follow 
is that when we invest of our time and of our money or whatever 
we have in young people, we are investing in eternity. 

106. THE NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST FOUNDATION 

Robert D. Holleman, Chairman, Board of Directors 
Horace Easom, Secretary 

The purpose of the Baptist Foundation is the receiving, holding 
and administering trust gifts made to all, to a group, or to any one 
of the Baptist causes, including the institutions and agencies of the 
Convention, with the greatest possible care and safety. 

The North Carolina Baptist Foundation is an agency of the Con- 
vention through which Baptists and other friends may make gifts 
of money, stocks, bonds, real estate, or make bequests through wills 
to Missions, Education and Beneficences, with the assurance that 
such gifts will be rigidly protected and managed in strict accord 
with the wishes of the donors. The Foundation is so limited by its 
charter that it cannot misuse trust funds placed in its care, or 
divert their earnings to Missions, Education and Beneficences not 
in accord with the specified wishes of the donor. The Baptist Foun- 
dation is as permanent as the Baptist name. It is as safe as the 
combined forces of the laws of the state and the highest moral 
integrity and honor of the Baptist Denomination. 

A summary of Assets, furnished by Wachovia Bank and Trust 
Company Fiscal Agent, as of June 30, 1957, is as follows: 

Real Estate $ 10,000.00 

Securities 223,352.78 

Cash Principal Balances 1,215.02 

Cash Income Balances 7,153.83 

$241,721.63 



164 Baptist State Convention 

A summary report taken from records of Wachovia Bank & Trust 
Co., fiscal agent for the period July 1, 1956, through June 30, 1957, 

follows: Income 

Assets 6/30/57 Gross Paid 

at Cost or Income to Bene- 

Name of Account Inventory for Period ficiaries 

General Fund $ 4,339.69 $ 111.00 $ .00 

Aged Ministers' Relief 58,602.39 3,219.15 3,212.45 

Mills Home Fund 33,281.23 1,261.35 1,196.23 

N. Biggs Mission Fund 4,562.96 112.50 106.87 

N. Biggs Roanoke Association 

Building Fund 5,044.60 141.26 115.21 

Ministerial Educational Fund 2,492.95 62.50 58.59 

State Mission Board Fund 39,280.38 865.25 802.07 

Meredith College Loan Fund 6,799.46 162.50 .00 

Mills Home and Foreign Mission 

Board 8,659.13 215.50 210.00 

Gethsemane Church Fund 2,493.58 65.00 60.00 

Young Baptist Educational Fund.. 7,488.41 172.25 163.64 
Gardner-Webb Ministerial 

Students 781.44 21.00 19.95 

D. P. Bridges Fund 823.60 22.00 .00 

Pittman State Mission Board 

Fund 2,500.00 80.00 76.00 

WMU Scholarship Fund 8,974.21 251.62 341.77 

John E. Briggs Fund 7,173.58 297.76 296.98 

Wake Forest College Endowment 

Fund 31,894.29 1,008.75 977.27 

Mamie Croom Fund 1,000.00 30.00 .00 

Co-operative Program of State 

Convention 8,212.48 246.00 .00 



$234,404.38 $8,345.39 $7,637.03 
Income Paid to Beneficiaries or Invested $7,637.03 

Investments for the advancement of the Kingdom of Christ, or 
investments in institutions that minister to the souls and minds of 
men, are living investments with an eternal significance. 

Funds placed with The North Carolina Baptist Foundation either 
as gifts in cash, stocks, bonds, real estate, or as bequests in wills, 
will be held in trust unless otherwise provided by the donor. They 
will receive wise and careful administration, with the earnings 
going to the cause or causes designated by the donor. If the donor 
does not designate the distribution of the earnings from a gift, such 
earnings will be distributed annually by the Trustees of The Foun- 
dation to such Baptist causes as may be approved by the North 
Carolina Baptist State Convention. 

A will is a man's last word — unspoken, but read by all. At 
his death it is entered into the county records to be read by friends 



OF North Carolina 165 

or foes. It not only reveals his external material possessions, but 
also his internal faith and hope. "No man liveth to himself, and 
no man dieth to himself." 

Put the will of God in your will. To die selfishly is pitiable. It is 
strange for a Christian to die leaving a will without any thought 
of God and His Kingdom in it. 

Put the will of God in your will by bequeathing a portion of 
your estate as a trust with The North Carolina Baptist Founda- 
tion, to a Christian cause designated as beneficiary or to the work 
of the Baptist State Convention in general. However small the 
estate covered by the will, it will be clothed in spiritual signifi- 
cance, if a portion is bequethed to the cause of Christ to be ad- 
ministered by The North Carolina Baptist Foundation. "By it, he 
being dead yet speaketh." Hebrews 11:4. 

Those desiring more information about making a gift through 
the North Carolina Baptist Foundation, or the establishment of a 
trust are invited to write the office of The North Carolina Baptist 
Foundation, 301 Hillsboro Street, Raleigh, North Carolina. If de- 
sired, a representative of the Foundation will be happy to call on 
you and explain the Foundation more fully, and how gifts may be 
made through it. All information will be treated in strictest con- 
fidence. We also suggest that you confer with your attorney, and 
get his counsel and assistance in the preparation of the necessary 
papers. When a will is written and signed, it should be placed in 
some vault or lock box and a copy filed with the chief beneficiary. 
Otherwise, it would be possible for some individual to find and 
destroy it before it is filed for probate. 

You can insure the future of Baptist Institutions and Agencies 
through your North Carolina Baptist Foundation. 



166 Baptist State Convention 

AUDITOR'S STATEMENT 

Executive Committee of the General Board 
Baptist. State Convention 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Gentlemen: 

According to your instructions, we have audited the books and records of the Convention for the twelve months 
ended December 31, 1957, and in the following tabulations we show the Revenue and Expenses of the Co-operative 
Program Fund, State Missions Fund, Building Fund and Education Fund. The statements of Caswell Baptist 
Assembly and Fruitland Baptist Assembly were prepared after an audit for the twelve months ended September 
30, 1957. The funds shown as sent direct are taken from reports received by the Convention and not otherwise 
verified by us. 

All cash receipts were found to be promptly deposited in the bank and disbursements were supported by cancelled 
checks, invoices, etc., with expenses properly classified. Our examination did not disclose any evidence of irregu- 
larities and we believe the funds have been carefully and honestly handled and accounted for. 

WE HEREBY CERTIFY that we have audited the books and records of the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina, for the twelve months ended December 31, 1957, and in our opinion the statements show the financial 
condition of the Convention at December 31, 1957, together with the results of Receipts and Disbursements for 
the twelve months ended at that time on a basis consistent with prior years. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. T. Allen & Company 
Certified Public Accountants 

Raleigh, N. C. 

February 20, 1958 

BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION OF NORTH CAROLINA 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES— ALL FUNDS CONSOLIDATED 
December 31, 1957 

ASSETS: 
Operating Funds: 

Cash in Bank $ 170,532.82 

Petty Cash Accounts 125.00 

Employees' Travel Advances 1,531.05 

Advances for Snack Bar Equipment 1,404.95 

Advances for Snack Bar Operations 130.88 

Miscellaneous Accounts Receivable for Printing and Supplies 39.98 

Employees' Air Travel Credit Card Deposit 425.00 

Prepaid Items: 

Stock Room and Print Shop Inventory S 1,544.74 

Postage Stamp Inventory 469.50 

Furniture and Equipment Cost to he Charged to 1958 
Budget—. 11,000.00 13,014.24 

Notes Receivable— Student Loans 10,719.60 

Total Operating Funds $ 197,923.42 

Fixed Assets: 

Real Estate. .. $ 1,393,822.02 

Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment 202,664.01 1,596,486.03 

Total Assets $ 1,794,409.45 



LIABILITIES: 
Oper.^ting Funds: 
Undistributed Balances: 

Southern Baptist Convention I 133,667.56 

Ministers Relief Fund 6,132.48 

N. C. Baptist Homes, Inc 5,844.32 

N. C. Baptist Hospitals, Inc 15,877.47 

James T.Etheridge Estate . 52.81 

Home Missions Fund for Negro Extension Work 1,042.14 

Special Gifts for Church Lots 304.54 

Choir Festival Registration Fees Paid In Advance 4.00 

Noah Biggs Church Building Fund 635.70 

Due CoUeges for Capital Needs 82,295.90 $ 245,856.92 

On Fixed Assets: 
Notes Payable 488,000.00 

Total LiabUities .$ 733,856.92 



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Surplus of Assets over Liabilities: 

Fixed Assets Surplus: 

Cash from Operating Funds Invested in Fixed Assets ...$ 1,108,486.03 

Operating Funds Deficit: 

In State Missions Fund- $ 49,308.96 

Less: Surplus in Education Fund 1,375.46 

Net Deficit in Operating Funds 47,933.50 

Net Surplus —All Funds $ 1,060,552.53 

TotalLiabilities and Surplus $ 1,794,409.45 



ANALYSIS OF SURPLUS— ALL FUNDS CONSOLIDATED 
12 Months Ended December 31, 1957 
Invested in Fixed Assets: 

Surplus Per Audit December 31, 1956 I 1,080,323.52 

Add: 

Indebtedness Paid this Year: 
Note Payable — Wachovia Bank and Trust Co. on 

Baptist BuUding $ 30,000.00 

Additions to Real Estate 144,826.96 

Additions to Furniture and Equipment 53 , 647 . 47 228 , 474 . 43 



$ 1,308,797.95 



Indebtedness Incurred on Baptist Building — Note Pay- 
able Wachovia Bank & Trust Co $ 188,000.00 

Furniture and Equipment Written Off 12,311.92 200,311.92 



Surplus December 31, 1957 S 1,108,486.03 

Surplus of Education Fund: 

Balance December 31, 1956 $ 4,200.17 

Less: Expenses and Current Support of Colleges in Excess of Income for 1957 2,824.71 



Balance December 31, 1957 1,375.46 

$ 1,109,861.49 
Operating Deficit in State Missions Fund: 
Deficit per Audit December 31, 1956 $ 123,171.91 

Add: 

Collections on J. R. Overby Note Treated as Income 400.00 

Student Loans Collected and Treated as Income 655 . 00 

Expenses in Excess of Income for 12 Months Ended December 31, 1957 19,561 .50 

Building Fund Expenses in Excess of Income for 12 Months Ended Decem- 
ber 31, 1957 _ 2,163.55 

Expenditures on New Baptist Building Paid from Building Fund 110,959.51 



S 256,911.47 



Payment of Advance from Cooperative Program Fund 

for Purchase of Student Center at U.N.C. — Charged 

to Budgeted Expenses I 19,502.51 

Student Loans Made this Year and Treated as Expense 100.00 

Proceeds from Notes Payable to Wachovia Bank and 

Trust Co. for Baptist Building to be Paid from Income 

by 1963 188,000.00 207,602.51 

Deficit December 31, 1957 49,308.96 

Net Surplus— All Funds December SI, 1957.. % 1,060,552.53 



INCOME AND ITS DISPOSITION— ALL FUNDS CONSOLIDATED 
12 Months Ended December 31, 1957 
Income: 

Undesignated Receipts from Churches % 3,150,720.23 

From Baptist Foundation, Inc 4,968.70 

From Textiles, Inc 69.00 

Proceeds from James T. Etheridge Estate 52.81 

From Sunday School Board 37,262.08 

From Home Mission Board 6,250.00 

From W. M. U. Heck Jones Offering for New Baptist Building Furnishings 5,000.00 

From W. M. U. Heck Jones Offering for Negro Leadership Training 2,000.00 

Gifts for Aid on E. C. Wilkie Travel 72.01 

From R and A Board for Regional Promotion 2,925.70 

Designated Receipts of Cooperative Program Fund — See Below 1,392,869.06 



168 Baptist State Convention 

Funds Sent Direct— See Below $ 748,765.20 

Rents CoUected in Building Fund 39,319.52 

Payments on Note Receivable by J. R. Overby 400.00 

Interest on Note Receivable by J. R. Overby 3.00 

Gift from 0. M. Mull for Headquaters Building 50.00 

Sale of Baptist Histories 104.60 

Student Notes Collected 655.00 

Interest on Student Notes Collected 62.45 



Total 1957 Income S 5,391,549.26 



Disposition of Income: 
Paid for Expenses: 

Of Cooperative Program Fund . % 458,132,74 

Of State Missions Fund 536,227.41 

Of Education Fund 1,021,936.66 

Of Building Fund 73,491.87 I 2,089,788.68 

W. M. U. Heck Jones Offering for New Baptist Building Furnishings Credited to Co-operative 

Program Fund Budgeted Expenses 5,000.00 

Gift for Aid on E. C. Wilkie Travel Credited to Cooperative Program Fund Budgeted Expenses 72.01 

Funds Sent Direct - 748,765.20 

Share of Baptist Foundation Receipts Credited to Ministers Relief — Special Account 3,077.34 

Share of Baptist Foundation Receipts Credited to Noah Biggs Church Building Fund. 126.14 

One-Third of Dividend from Textiles, Inc., Credited to Foreign Missions 23.00 

One-Third of Dividend from Textiles, Inc. Credited to Home Missions 23.00 

Funds from James T. Etheridge Estate Reserved for Church Lots 52.81 

Share of Baptist Foundation Receipts Credited to State Missions Expenses - 108.95 

Share of Baptist Foundation Receipts Credited to Cooperative Program Fund Expenses 618.02 

R. and A. Board Support for Regional Promotion Credited to Co-operative Program Fund 

Budgeted Expenses 2,925.70 

Undesignated Receipts of Co-operative Program Fund Distributed as Follows: 

Baptist Orphanage $ 168,443.40 

Southwide Objects 1,009,657.63 

N.C. Baptist Hospitals, Inc 119,911.98 

N. C. Baptist Homes, Inc 44,172.81 1,342,185.82 

Designated Receipts Per Above $ 1,392,869.06 

Less: 

State Missions Designated Receipts .$ 160,226.18 

Education Fund Designated Receipts 9,310.53 169,536.71 



Designated Receipts Credited to Outside Designations 1,223,332.35 

I 5,416,099.02 
Less Operating Deficit Absorbed: 

Expenses in Excess of Income in State Missions Fund S 19,561.50 

Expenses in Excess of Income in Building Fund 2,163.55 

Expenses in Excess of Income in Education Fund 2,824.71 24,549.76 

Total Disposition of 1957 Income I 5.391,549.26 



BALANCE SHEET— CO-OPERATIVE PROGRAM FUND 
Assets: 

Cash in Bank . . $ 170,532.82 

Petty Cash Accounts . . . . 125.00 

Due from State Missions Fund 27,037.27 

Employees Travel Advances 1,531. 05 

Advances for Snack Bar Equipment 1,404.95 

Advances for Snack Bar Operations 130.88 

Miscellaneous Accounts Receivable for Printing and Supplies 39. 98 

Overpayment Designated Receipts for N. C. Baptist Hospital Expansion 124.78 

Advances to Building Fund for Authorized Addition to Building 32, 782. 65 

Employees' Air Travel Credit Card Deposit 425.00 

Prepaid Items: 

Stock Room and Print Shop Inventory % 1,544.74 

Postage Stamp Inventory 469.50 

Furniture and Equipment Costs to be Charged to 1958 Budget.. 11,000.00 13,014.24 

Total Assets S 247,148.62 

Liabilities: 
Due to Other Funds: 

State Missions Building Fund Account $ 1,830.65 

Education Fund 83,671.36 

Ministers' Relief — Funds Received from Baptist Foundation .. 6,132.48 

Southern Baptist Convention — Southwide Objects Share of Undesig- 
nated Receipts 133,667.56 

N. C. Baptist Homes, Inc 5,844.32 



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N. C. Baptist Hospital— Share of Undesignated Receipts.. S 15,877.47 

N. C. Baptist Hospital Designated Receipts 124.78 

Total Liabilities S 247,148.62 



INCOME FOR ALL CONVENTION OBJECTS AND ITS DISPOSITION 
Income: 

Undesignated Receipts from Churches % 3,150,720.23 

From Baptist Foundation, Inc 4,968.70 

From Textiles, Inc 69.00 

From James T. Etheridge Estate 52.81 

From Sunday School Board 37,262.08 

From Home Mission Board 6,250.00 

From W. M. U. Heck Jones Offering for New Baptist Building Furnishings 5,000.00 

From W. M. U. Heck Jones Offering for Negro Leadership Training 2,000.00 

Gifts for Aid on E. C. Wilkie Travel 72.01 

From R. and A. Board for Regional Promotion. ._ 2,925.70 

Designated Receipts: 

For N. C. Baptist Hospitals, Inc $ 88,048.19 

For N. C. Baptist Hospitals, Inc., Expansion 356.17 

For N. C. Baptist Homes, Inc 33,053.07 

For Baptist Orphanage 74,907.69 

For Charity and Children Subscriptions 18.00 

For American Bible Society 7,972.39 

For Southeastern Seminary 720.00 

For Southern Seminary 50. 00 

For Baptist Radio Hour 221.00 

For Heck-Jones Offering 8,499.60 

ForP. 0. A.U 331.00 

For Church Lots 304.54 

For Fruitland Pastors' School Scholarships 1,007.95 

For Fruitland Assembly Pool Development 2,171.76 

For N. C. Baptist Colleges 16,251.47 

For Education.. 9,310.53 

For Wake Forest Enlargement 22,808.24 

For State Missions.. 160,226.18 

For Home Missions 202,795.14 

For Statewide and Southwide Administration 180. 00 

For Foreign Missions 761,930.38 

For Ministers' Relief.... 1,705.76 1,392,869.06 

Funds Sent Direct: 

Foreign Missions Board % 61,244.76 

Woman's Missionary Union— Heck-Jones Offering 49,365.06 

N. C. Baptist Homes, Inc 91,258.30 

N. C. Baptist Hospitals, Inc 118,996.83 

Baptist Orphanage 421,134.17 

N.C. Baptist Colleges 6,766.08 748.765.20 

Total Income % 5, .350, 954. 79 

Expenses of Co-operative Program Fund.. $ 458,132.74 

Receipts from Baptist Foundation Apportioned 4, 968 .70 

Dividends from Textiles, Inc., Apportioned 69.00 

Proceeds from James T. Etheridge Estate Reserved for Church Lots 52.81 

Receipts from Sunday School Board Used by State M issions 37, 262. 08 

Receipts from Home Missions Board Used by State Missions 6,250.00 

W. M. U. Heck-Jones Offering Applied to Budgeted Expenses for New 

Furnishings- , . 5,000.00 

W. M. U. Heck-Jones Offering for Negro Leadership Training Used by 

State Missions 2,000.00 

Gifts for Aid on E. C. Wilkie Travel Applied on Budgeted Expenses 72.01 

R. and A. Board Grant for Regional Promotion Applied on Budgeted 

Expenses . 2,925.70 

Designated Receipts Per Above Credited to Designations 1,392. 869 . 06 

Funds Sent Direct Per Above 748,765.20 2,658,367.30 

Balance for Distribution $ 2,692,587.49 

Less: Southwide Objects for Current Support $ 1,009.657.63 

N. C. Baptist Orphanage Guaranteed Share 168,443.40 1,178,101.03 

Balance Distributed to Statewide Objects $■ 1;514,486.46 

Distribution: 

State Missions ..$ 309,246.71 

State Missions Building Fund 31,555.80 

N.C. Baptist Hospitals, Inc... 119,911.98 

N. C. Baptist Homes, Inc 44,172.81 

Education 1.009,599.16 

Total Distribution. S 1,514,486.46 



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EXPENSES CHARGEABLE TO UNDESIGNATED REVENUE CO-OPERATIVE PROGRAM FUND 

Convention and General Board Expenses: 

Statistical Secretary's Salary | 2,300.00 

Statistical Office Secretary's Salary 940.00 

Statistical Department Postage 98.00 

Statistical Department — Printing and Supplies 75. 65 

Statistical Department Incidentals 48.30 $ 3,461.95 

General Board and Committee Meetings 6,477.28 

Convention Expenses Including Printing of Annual 7,714.75 

Convention Presidents' Expenses 574.76 

Convention Committees' Expenses 3,041.85 

Appropriation for Committer of 25 323.51 

Salary and Expenses of Recording Secretary 435.52 

Total Convention and General Board Expenses $ 22,029.62 

General Expenses Necessary for Operation of State and Southern 
Baptist Convention Program: 

Audit - .$ 915.50 

Workmen's Compensation and Other Insurance 2,317.82 

Bank Service Charges 1,196.92 

Publishing Receipts 1,397.33 

Contingent . -.. 506.49 

Share of Current Operations of Building Facilities: 

Print Shop Superintendent's Salary $ 2, 400 . 00 

Assistant Print Shop Operator's Salary 2,386.00 

Extra Help— Print Shop 396.00 

Receptionist's Salary 2,060.15 

Telephone . . 5,492.34 

Maintenance and Repair for Machines 237.53 

Moving Expense Print Shop Superintendent 229.29 

Moving Expenses "To New Building" 1,070.21 

$ 14,271.52 

Less: Share Charged to State Missions and Education .. 7,680.00 6,591.52 

Supplies for Stock Room and Print Shop 1,132.64 

Rent. - - 9,711.00 

Furniture for Offices $ 20,773.73 

Lm.- Gift from W. M. U. for Furniture 5,000.00 15,773.73 

Total General Expenses Necessary for Operation of 

State and Southern Baptist Convention Program 39,542.75 

General Administration and Accounting: 

General Secretary and Treasurer's Salary $ 11,200.00 

General Secretary and Treasurer's Travel 1,825.97 

Office Secretary's Salary.. 3,918.34 

Comptroller's Salary 7,200.00 

Comptroller's Travel 135.00 

Bookkeeper's Salary 3,420.00 

Record Keeper's Salary 3,620.00 

Office .Assistant's Salary 2,820.00 

Other Office Help 831.38 

Postage - 956.19 

Printing and Supplies 3,185.15 

Telephone and Telegraph 355.98 

Contingent - 198.83 

Repairs and Service Contracts on Machines 1,391.97 

$ 41,058.81 

Less: Special Designation for Convention Administration 90. 00 

Total General Administration and Accounting 40,968.81 

Promotion: 

Promotion Secretary's Salary S 7,900.00 

Promotion Secretary's Travel 1,854.78 

Associate Secretary's Salary 3,300.00 

Associate Secretary's Travel 1, 146. 74 

Western N. C. General Missionary's Salary 4,500.00 

Western N. C. General Missionary's Travel 784.76 

Moving Expenses— Western N. C. General Missionary 265.81 

Northwestern N. C. General Missionary's Salary... 6,000.00 

Northwestern N. C. General Missionary's Travel 1,675.89 

Office Secretary's Salary 3,120.00 

Postage 272.52 

Office Supplies and Printing 2,257.31 

Telephone..-. 204.85 



OF North Carolina 171 

Budget Emphases - - $ 2,274.49 

Tracts 1,089.14 

Deacons' Schools 82.96 

Schools of Missions... 273.02 

Contingent 6.90 

Tithing Emphasis— Salary— Dr. J. C. Canipe 3,000.00 

Tithing Program Materials and Expenses 10,471.06 

Tithing Emphasis^Apartment Rent 40.00 

Tithing Emphasis— Travel Dr. J. C. Canipe 1,038.11 

Tithing Emphasis — Extra Secretarial Help 7.20 

Total Promotion % 51,565.54 

ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS: 

Aid on Salaries $ 53,714.80 

Conferences 1,321.73 

Total Associational Missions 55,036.53 

Biblical Recorder: 

Every Family Plan $ 28,800.00 

Subscriptions to Pastors and Libraries 7,200.00 

Aid Due to Increased Rent . 2,226.00 

Aid Due to Increased Cost of Paper, Printing and New Furniture 3, 000 . 00 

Total Biblical Recorder 41,226.00 

Retirement Plans: 

State Secretary's Salary ..$ 3,300.00 

State Secretary's Travel 418.87 

Postage 201.55 

Printing and Office Supplies 95.58 

Telephone 50.18 

Contingent..-. . 29.83 

Ministers' Retirement and Protection — General Board Employees and 

Ministers 141,574.82 

Widows Supplement 12,009.30 

F. I.e. A. Tax 3,714.70 

I 161,394.83 
Less: Appropriation from Relief and Annuity Board for Retirement Promo- 
tion 2,925.70 

Total Retirement Plans 158,469.13 

Woman's Missionary Union: 

Executive Secretary's Salary. $ 5,100.00 

Young Peoples Leader's Salary 2,535.00 

Sunbeam Leader's Salary 3,420.00 

Field Worker's Salary 3,420.00 

Treasurer's Salary 3,120.00 

Stenographers' Salaries 8,760.00 

Extra Help 177.00 

Postage 3,226.48 

Printing 5,415.66 

Telephone 313.41 

Pages in Biblical Recorder 5,355.00 

Incidentals 176.61 

Travel, Meetings, Etc 8,275.00 

Total Woman's Missionary Union 49,294.16 

Grand Total ..S 458,132.74 



BALANCE SHEET— STATE MISSIONS FUND 
Assets: 

Notes Receivable — Student Loans I 10,719.50 

Due from Co-operative Program Fund— State Missions Building Fund 1, 830 . 65 

Fixed Assets: 

Real Estate S 1,393,822.02 

Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment 202,664.01 1,596,486.03 



Total Assets.. $ 1,609,036.18 

Liabilities: 
Notes Payable: 

Wachovia Bank and Trust Co., for Baptist Building 301 Hillsboro St., Raleigh, N. C S 488,000.00 

Due Co-operative Program Fund... 27,037.27 



172 



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Funds Received from James T. Etheridge Estate for Improvement of Mission in New Bern, 

Jacksonville or Morehead City Area ^.$ 52.81 

Funds from Home Mission Board Reserved for Negro Extension Work 1,042.14 

Special Gifts for Church Lots Held for Distribution 304.54 

Choir Festival Registration Fees Paid in Advance 4.00 

Due to Noah Biggs Church Building Fund.. 635.70 

Due to Co-operative Program Fund for Additional Cost of Baptist Building 32,782.65 

Total Liabilitiei J 549,859.11 

Surplus of Assets Over Liabilities: 

Invested in Fixed Assets $ 1,108,486.03 

Less: Deficit in Operating Fund 49,308.96 1,059,177.07 

Total Liabilities and Surplus $ 1,609,036.18 



STATE MISSIONS FUND— SCHEDULE OF FIXED ASSETS 

Estimated 

Balance Cost 

December Including Insurance 

31, 1956 Additions Dispositions Improvements Coverage 
Real Estate: 

Charlotte Book Store Building..! 125,000.00 $ $ $ 125,000.00 S 70,000.00 
No. 119 Hillsboro St., Raleigh, 

N. C 75,000.00 75,000.00 30,000.00 

Cottage at Ridgecrest 4,377.75 1,440.90 5,818.65 5,000.00 

Student Center at East Carolina 

College 19,500.00 19,500.00 15,000,00 

Student Center at W. C. U. N. C. 6,750.00 6,750.00 7,500.00 

Fruitland Assembly 169,230.75 169,230.75 85,000.00 

N. C. Baptist .■Assembly 211,600.51 211.600.51 147,000.00 

Secretary's Home 32,832.15 32,832.15 27.500.00 

No. 301 Hillsboro St., Raleigh, 

N. C 524,828.90 112.129.38 636,958.28 500,000.00 

Student Center at N. C. State 

College, Raleigh, N. C 45,145.00 45,145.00 25,000.00 

Student Center at U. N. C 34,730.00 34,730.00 10,000.00 

Swimming Pool— Fruitland 31,256.68 31,256.68 

Total Real Estate 11,248,995.06 $144,826.96 $ $1,393,822.02 $ 922,000.00 

Furniture and Fixtures: 

Baptist Building ___S 27.704.83 $49,887.80 $11,507.98 $ 66,084.65 $ 60,000.00 

Student Center at East Carolina 

College 2,000.00 2,000.00 3,500.00 

Student Center at \V. C. U. N. C. 1,250.00 1,250.00 3,111.00 

Fruitland Assemblv 26,029.84 26.029.84 6,500.00 

N.C. Baptist Assembly 93,378.82 1,616.79 94,995.61 30,000.00 

Cameras, Projectors and films-. 5,682.22 927.49 6,609.71 7,160.00 
Mimeograph Machine and Water 

Cooler... 803.94 803.94 

Furniture at Ridgecrest 538.81 538.81 1,500.00 

Truck— Fruitland Assembly 1,800.00 1.800.00 

Student Center at U. N. C 2,140.00 . 2,140.00 3,000.00 

Student Center at N. C. State 

College 4,000.00 

Janitorial Equipment — 301 Hills- 
boro Street 1,215.39 1,215.39 

Total Furniture and Fixtures. .$ 161,328.46 $53,647.47 $12,311.92 $ 202,664.01 $ 118,771.00 

GrandTotal $1,410,323.52 $198,474.43 $12,311.92 $1,596,486.03 $1,040,771.00 



INCOME AND EXPENSES— STATE MISSIONS FUND 
Income: 

Designated Receipts ..I 160,226.18 

Share of Undesignated Receipts 309,246.71 

Gift from W. M. U. Heck-Jones Offering for Aid to Department of Negro Leadership Training 2,000.00 

Sale of Baptist Histories 104. 50 

From Home Missions Board 6,250.00 

Student Notes Collected.... 655.00 

Interest on Student Notes Collected 62.45 

From Sunday School Board 37,262.08 

Baptist Foundation 835 . 99 

Dividends— Textiles, Inc 23.00 

Total Income $ 516.665.91 



OF North Carolina 



173 



Expenses: 
Budgeted Expenses $ 536,227.41 



EXPENSES IN EXCESS OF INCOME FOR 12 MONTHS ENDED DECEMBER 31, 
1957 S 19,561.50 



BUDGETED EXPENSES— STATE MISSIONS FUND 

Capital Obligations and New Projects: 

Aid to Cullowhee Church $ 2,000.00 

Improvements at Caswell 16,661.73 

Improvements at Fruitland, Including Pool 20,007.65 

Lots for New Churches '. 22,050.00 

Special Gift for Blandwood Church Lot 500.00 

Balance on Cost of Student Center at University of N. C, Chapel Hill N. C. 19,502.51 

Total Capital Obligations and New Projects $ 80,721.89 

Current Expenses Shared with Other Departments: 

Office Furniture and Equipment $ 15,419.92 

Operations of Building and Facilities 7,200.00 

Rent of Offices 14,956.25 

Total Current Expenses Shared with Other Departments _ 37,576.17 

Office of Secretary of State Missions: 

Secretary's Salary S 8,500.00 

Secretary's Travel 2,001.21 

Office Secretary's Salary 3,420.00 

Postage 250.73 

Printing 384.53 

Telephone 323.94 

Contingent .-_ 234.27 

Total Office of Secretary of State Missions 15,114.68 

SuNDAT School Department: 

Secretary's Salary $ 7,200.00 

Secretary's Travel 1,824.99 

Secretary's Moving Expense 522.21 

Associate Secretary's Salary 6, 000 . 00 

Associate Secretary's Travel 1, 139. 52 

Associate Secretary's Salary 6,000.00 

Associate Secretary's Travel 1, 220. 65 

Moving Expense — Associate 328. 95 

Associate Secretary's Salary 4,525.00 

Associate Secretary's Travel 778,47 

Office Secretaries' Salary 5,615.20 

Postage 878.15 

Printing 1,041.57 

Telephone 335.04 

Field Promotion 7,228.38 

Vacation Bible School Promotion 6,921.08 

Clinics 1,721.29 

Assemblies 1,077.55 

Pages in Biblical Recorder 1,785.00 

Incidentals 489.19 

Total Sunday School Department 56,632.04 

Training Union Department: 

Secretary's Salary S 7,200.00 

Secretary's Travel 1,764.65 

Associate Secretary's Salary 6,000.00 

Associate Secretary's Travel 1, 568 . 61 

Associate Secretary's Salary 3, 900 . 00 

Associate Secretary's Travel 829 . 54 

Office Secretaries' Salaries 5,681.65 

Postage 886.43 

Printing and Supplies 1,404.25 

Telephone . 313.79 

Enlargement and Promotion 4, 775. 96 

Assemblies 8,500.75 

Pages in Biblical Recorder 1,785.00 

Incidentals 279.08 

Leadership Institute and Planning Meeting 800.00 

Total Training Union Department 45,689.71 



174 Baptist State Convention 

Student Department: 
State Office Expenses: 

Secretary's Salary 1 5.400.00 

Secretary's Travel 1,629.04 

Secretary's Moving Expenses 733.47 

Associate Secretary's Salary 4,100.00 

Associate Secretary's Travel 978.16 

Office Secretaries' Salaries 3,557.75 

Postage 595.28 

Printing and Supplies 2,370.76 

Telephone and Telegraph 316.34 

Conferences, Retreats, Focus Week 1,985.28 

Pages in Biblical Recorder 1,785.00 

Incidentals 644.23 

Baptist Campus Directors' Travel Expense 315.42 $ 24,410.73 

Duke University: 

Student Director's Salary . $ 5,400.00 

Student Director's Travel 45.00 

B. S. U. Expenses and Incidentals 300.00 5,745.00 

Woman's College, University of N. C: 

Student Director's Salary". $ 2,850.00 

Student Director's Travel- 187.88 

B. S. U. Center Upkeep and Incidentals 881.60 3,919.48 

East Carolina College: 

Student Director's Salary ? 3,450.00 

Student Director's Travel 221.62 

Student Center Upkeep and Incidentals 992.54 4,664.16 

Appalachian State Teachers College: 

Student Director's Salary S 3,650,00 

Student Director's Travel 118.40 

B.S.U. Expenses and Incidentals 486.90 4,255.30 

N. C. State College: 

Student Director's Salary $ 5,391.67 

Student Director's Travel 275.90 

Moving Expenses John Rasberry 221.13 

B. S. U. Center Upkeep and Incidentals 1.200.68 7,089.38 

University of Xorth Carolina: 

Student Director's Salary $ 5,700.00 

Student Director's Travel 289.35 

B. S. U. Center Upkeep and Incidentals 1,689.25 7,678.60 

Western Carolina College: 

Student Director's Salary $ 2,400.00 

Student Director's Travel.. 284.81 

B. S. U. Expenses and Incidentals 460.00 3,144.81 

Pembroke College: 

Student Director's Salary S 1,500.00 

Student Director's Travel 140.34 

B. S. U. Expenses and Incidentals 180.00 1,820.34 

Total Student Department I 62,707.80 

Brotherhood: 

Secretary's Salary $ 7,200.00 

Secretary's Travel 2,136.98 

Secretary's Moving Expenses 181 .34 

Office Secretarv's Salary 1,410.00 

Postage 508.41 

Supplies and Printing 1,196.12 

Monthly Bulletins 166.50 

Telephone . 96.18 

Regional Conferences and State Conventions 384.34 

World Missions Week at Caswell 500.00 

Assembly Programs 101.22 

Incidentals 158.60 

Tdal Brotherhood 14.039.69 



OF North Carolina - - ^r^g 

RoTAL Ambassadors: 

Secretary's Salary $ 6,100.00 

Secretary's Travel 1,982.61 

Office Secretary's Salary 1,410.00 

Summer Workers 355.00 

Summer Workers' Travel 260.38 

Extra Office Help 51.00 

Postage.- 486.72 

Office Supplies 1,032.42 

Telephone... 63.36 

Congress 132.58 

Camps 3,694.00 

Literature and Printing 219.96 

Incidentals 52.57 

Total Royal Ambassadors % 15,840.59 

Visual Aids and Radio: 

Director's Salary $ 1,440.00 

Director's Travel 573.30 

Office Secretary's Salary 2,820.00 

Engineer, Electrician, Commentator for Films 128.78 

Postage. 380.17 

Printing and Office Supplies 1,130.90 

Telephone 219.83 

Incidentals 634.93 

New Equipment for Production 927.49 

New Films 1,877.53 

Studio Rent 300.00 

Total Visual Aids and Radio 10,432.93 

Music Department: 

Secretary's Salary $ 6,600.00 

Secretary's Travel 1,805.96- 

Office Secretary's Salary 2,712.36 

Summer Workers 225.80 

Postage.... 639.80 

Office Supplies and Printing 879.95 

Telephone. 256.27 

Choir Festivals 339.36 

Conferences, Clinics, Music Supplies 152.01 

Music Conference 813.21 

Caswell Music Week 1,554.72 

Fruitland Music Week.. 474.45 

Incidentals 176.04 

Total Music Department 16,629.93 

Evangelism: 

Secretary's Salary $ 7,200.00 

Secretary's Travel 1,961.13 

Office Secretary's Salary 1,410.00 

Postage 491.02 

Printing and Office Supplies 456.13 

Telephone and Telegraph 54. 47 

Associational and Leadership Clinics 876.99 

Conferences and Other Meetings 1,226.91 

Incidentals 118.96 

Total Evangelism 13,795.61 

Pastors Schools: 
Mars Hill and Wingate 2,198.78 

Church Development: 

Secretary's Salary ...$ 2,200.00 

Secretary's Travel 525.67 

Secretary's Moving Expenses 244.70 

Office Secretary's Salary 861.67 

Postage 207.00 

Printing and Supplies 465.84 

Telephone 14.20 

Incidentals 136.05 

Total Church Development 4,655.13 

Fruitland Institute: 

Director's Salary . . ...$ 4,300.00 

Director's Travel-.. 186.19 



176 Baptist State Convention 

Business Manager's Salary $ 2,550.00 

Business Manager's Travel 316.28 

Office Secretary's Salary 1,260.00 

Caretaker's Salary 1,590.00 

Honorariums for Faculty 3,690.00 

Postage 47.95 

Telephone 23.07 

Incidentals 80.20 

Insurance 280.67 

Equipment 68.80 

Lights, Heat 1,879.07 

Scholarships 1,651.65 

Library 254.75 

Total Fruitland Institute $ 18,178.63 

Frotlaxd Camps: 

Director's Salary $ 1,487.50 

Director s Travel 224. 02 

Office Secretarv's Salarv . 1, 260. 00 

Caretaker's Saiarv 1,590.00 

Incidentals 332.15 

Insurance 280.68 

Total Fruitland Camps 5,175.35 

X. C. Baptist Assembly: 

Director's Salary $ 5,000.00 

Director's Travel 701 .67 

Secretarial Help. 642.00 

Caretaker's Salary 2,400.00 

.Assistant Caretaker's Salary- 1,800.00 

Postage 15.00 

Incidentals 96.52 

Insurance 2,240.09 

Total .V. C. Baptist Assembly 12,895.28 

Silent People: 

Salary Missionary $ 5,400.00 

Travel Missionarv 1,177.95 

Postage . 108.00 

Printing and Supplies 147.13 

Telt phone 50.76 

Total Silent PeopU 6,883.84 

CnrRCH Pla.vmng: 

Secretary's Salary $ 4,600.00 

Secretarv's Travel 1,232.66 

Office Se'cretarv's Salarv 1,880.00 

Postage 188.00 

P*rinting and Supplies 164.74 

Telephone 154.76 

Meetings 128.87 

Incidentals 57.37 

Total Church Planning 8,406.40 

Ikterracial Cooperjitiok: 

Secretarv's Salarv $ 4,950.00 

Secretary's Travel 1,924.03 

Secretarv's Moving Expenses 1,077.05 

Office Secretary's Salary 1,363.00 

Conferences — Church and Associational Efforts 487 . 69 

Postage 201.78 

Printing and Office Supplies 499.38 

Telephone 71.48 

Incidentals 90.42 

Total! nterracial Work 10,664.83 

General Items: 

Aid to Missionary Pastors $ 72,169.13 

Extra Secretarial Help 604.78 

Expenses State Missions Day 7,014.03 

Aid to N'egro Convention 2.236.54 

Contingent 492.50 



OF North Carolina 177 

Loans to Ministerial Students -I 100.00 

Allied Church League 9,000.00 

Good Government 762.89 

P. 0. A. U 1,500.00 

Appropriation for Chapel Hill Church 1,500.00 

Spiilman Cottage Improvements and Upkeep 1,987.48 

State Missions Pageant State Convention 620.78 

Total General Items S 97,988.13 



Grand Toid --- $ 536,227.41 



INCOME AND EXPENSES-BUILDING FUND 
Income: 
Rents: 

Charlotte Book Store Rent ..$ 2,200.00 

Parking Lot— 120 Morgan Street 963.52 

No. 119 Hillsboro St— Convention Offices $ 900.00 

No. 119 Hillsboro St.— Southern Bell Telephone 750.00 1,650.00 

No. 301 Hillsboro Street: 

General Offices 

State M issions 

Education 

Biblical Recorder 

Others 7,856.55 34,506.00 



$ 


8,811.00 




13,736.25 




769.50 




3,332.70 




7,856.55 



Total Rents... $ 39,319.52 

Payment on Note by J. R. Overby for Back Rent— 301 Hillsboro St 400.00 

Interest on Note by J. R. Overby 3.00 

Share of Undesignated Receipts Apportioned for Baptist Building 31, 555 . 80 

Gift from O.M. Mull 50.00 



Total Income I 71,328.32 

Expenses: 

Operating Expenses and Debt Service Requirements 73,491 .87 



EXPENSES IN EXCESS OF INCOME $ 2,163.55 



BUILDING FUND 
OPERATING EXPENSES AND DEBT SERVICE REQUIREMENTS 

No. 301 Hillsboro Street: 

Salary— Building Superintendent .__ $ 2,400.00 

Salary— Janitor 1,853.33 

Janitorial Service 2,194.90 

Maid Service 667. 25 

Telephone 5.17 

Legal and Incidental Expenses 2,963.55 

Insurance 1, 226. 78 

Janitorial Service Equipment 1,615.68 

Utilities, Water. Fuel, Lights 4,951.27 

Building and Janitor Supplies 1,652.24 

Taxes- 1.089.39 

Building Fund Committee Expenses 16.80 

Parking Space for Employees 212.50 

Payments on Building Loan 30,000.00 

Interest on Building Loan 18,966.80 

Total 301 Hilhboro Street $ 69,815.66 

No. 119 Hillsboro Street: 

Salary— Janitor $ 973.34 

Extra Janitor 149.00 

Incidentals 58.02 

Taxes... 71.85 

Insurance 251.76 

Utilities... 475.68 

Repairs.. 45.23 

Total 119 Hilhboro Street 2,024.88 



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178 Baptist State Convention 

Charlotte Book Store Bxiildino: 

Repairs $ 70.80 

Insurance 27.22 

Taxes- 1,498.11 

Total Charlotte Book Store Building $ 1,596.13 

Secretary's Home: 
Insurance 55.20 



Grand Total. $ 73,491.87 



BALANCE SHEET— EDUCATION FUND 
Assets: 
Due from Co-operative Program Fund .S 83,671.36 

Liabilities: 
Undistributed Funds Due Colleges for Capital Needs: 

Wake Forest College ..$ 25,344.22 

Meredith CoUege 14,837.06 

Mars HiU CoUege 10,528.65 

Gardner- Webb College 8,422.93 

Campbell College 8,422.93 

Wingate College 7,370.06 

Chowan College 7,370.05 $ 82,295.90 

Surplus: 

Balance December 31, 1956 ..$ 4,200.17 

Less: Expenses and Current Support of Colleges in Excess of Income for 1957 2,824.71 1,376.46 

Total Liabilities and Surplus J 83,671.36 



INCOME AND EXPENSES— EDUCATION FUND 
Income: 

Designated Receipts $ 9,310.53 

Share of Undesignated Receipts 1,009,599.16 

From Baptist Foundation 202.26 

Total Income % 1,019,111.95 

Expenses: 

Council on Christian Education: 

Executive Secretary's Salary $ 9,100.00 

Executive Secretary's Travel 1,255.49 

Office Secretary's Salary 3,511.66 

Postage. 545.89 

Office Expense, Printing and Stationery 1, 345. 43 

Telephone 169.40 

Departmental Faculty Meetings 1, 221. 21 

Incidentals 84. 42 

Share of Cost of Equipment for Baptist Building 960 .00 

Furniture and Supplies for New Building 14.43 

Council Meetings 839.16 

Share of Current Operations of Building and Facilities. 480.00 

Rent 973.67 S 20,500.76 

Current Support of the Colleges: 



Wake Forest... 

Meredith 

Mars Hill 

Gardner-Webb- 
Campbell 

Wingate 

Chowan 



lieges: 
perations 


Capital 
Needs 


Total 


129,620.00 $ 
69,160.00 


174,219.22 $ 
104,162.06 


303,839.22 
173,322.06 


75,903.00 
35,945.00 
66,225.00 
45,887.00 


70,078.65 
56,062.93 
56,062.93 
49,055.06 


145,981.65 
92,007.93 

122,287.93 
94,942.06 


20,000.00 


49,055.05 


69,055.05 



$ 442,740.00 % 558,695.90 S 1.001,435.90 $ 1,001,435.90 



Total Expenses $ 1,021,936.66 

Expenses and Current Support of Colleges in Excess of Income { 2,824.21 



OF North Carolina 179 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST ASSEMBLY 

SOUTHPORT, NORTH CAROLINA 
CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

October 1, 1956, through September 30, 1957 
Receipts: 

Registration Fees... $ 7,271.00 

Room Rents- 16,915.64 

Meals 36,970.82 

Apartment and Cottage Rents 4,577.50 

From Baptist State Convention: 

Advance on Operations ._ 3,000.00 

Outstandmg Checks Not Paid by Bank Written Off 13.50 

Store Receipts 5,941.99 

Water Service 960.00 

Sale of Milk 757.85 

Newspaper Sales 143.51 

Sunday Offering.. 191.17 

Dining Room Rent.. 130.00 

Book Store Rent 150.00 

Cash Over 14.03 

Toll Telephone Commissions. 19.13 

Damage to Mattress 5.00 

Receipts Collected from R. K. Redwine. 19.00 

Total Receipts... $ 77,080.14 

BALANCE SEPTEMBER 30, 1956, PER AUDIT 55.24 

Total to Account for... $ 77,135.38 

Disbursements: 

Refund of Advance on Operations to Baptist State Convention $ 3, 000 . 00 

Operating Expense 58,981.19 

Capital Expenditures 3,678.80 

Store Purchases... 3,605.83 

Store Expenses.. 1,023.42 

Total Disbursements 70,289.24 

Cash: 

In Bank $ 6,690.98 

On Hand 155.16 

Total Cash 6,846.14 

Total Accounted for $ 77,135.38 



STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES 
October 1, 1956, through September 30, 1957 

Per State 

Assembly Missions Total 
Books Fund 
Revenue: 

Registration Fees % 7,271.00 $ 7,271.00 

Room Rents 16,915.64 16,915.64 

Meals... 36,970.82 36,970.82 

Apartment and Cottage Rents 4,577.50 4,577.50 

Outstanding Checks Not Paid by Bank Written Off 13.50 13.50 

Store Receipts.. 5,941.99 5,941.99 

Water Service 960.00 960.00 

Sale of Milk 757.85 757.85 

Newspaper Sales 143.51 143.51 

Sunday Offerings 191.17 191.17 

Dining Room Rent.. 130.00 130.00 

Book Store Rent 150.00 150.00 

Cash Over 14.03 14.03 

Toll Telephone Commissions 19.13 19.13 

Damage to Mattress.. ... ............ 5.00 5.00 

Receipts Collected from R. K. Redwine 19.00 19.00 

Total Revenue $ 74,080.14 

Expenses: 

Operating Expenses $ 58,981.19 

Operating Profit 15,098.95 

Capital Expenditures 3,678.80 

EXPENDITURES IN EXCESS OF REVENUE $ 11,4$0.15 





S 


74.080.14 


$ 14,973.08 
U. 973.08 
13,178.53 


% 


73,954.27 

125.87 

16 857.33 


$ 28,151.61 


$ 


16,731.46 



180 



Baptist State Convention 



OPERATING EXPENSES 

October 1, 1956, through September 30, 1957 

Paid By 
State i 

Assembly Missions Total 
General Expenses: 

Building Materials and Supplies S 4,313.75 % % 4,313.75 

Tractor Reparis 272.90 272.90 

Office Supplies and Expenses 669.03 669.03 

Operating Salaries and F.I.C.A. Tax 9,633.28 9,633.28 

Electricity 1,959.00 276.00 2,235.00 

Bottle Gas 1,313.38 1,313.38 

Linen Rental and Laundry 1,146.53 1,146.53 

Household Supplies 417.05 417.05 

Insurance on Guests 1,735.60 1,735.60 

Water Rent 1,350.00 450.00 1,800.00 

Gasoline 571.84 571.84 

Shop Supplies 203.92 203.92 

Mail Delivery 195.00 195.00 

Recreation Supplies 174.63 174.63 

Postage 104.19 15.00 119.19 

Infirmary Supplies 90.14 4.37 94.51 

Fuel Oil 175.54 46.56 222.10 

Tax on Water Facilities 30.00 30.00 

Photographs 48.58 48.58 

Ice 145.92 145.92 

Janitorial Supplies 63.67 63.67 

Liability Insurance. 72.50 72.50 

Piano. Organ and Public Address Rental 255 . 00 255 . 00 

Bank Service Charge 16.00 16.00 

Newspapers 122.07 122.07 

Staff Entertainment 86.50 86:50 

Sunday School Literature for Staff 10.54 10.54 

General Supplies 29.50 49.12 78.62 

Postcards 150.00 150.00 

Travel and Honorarium 187.10 187.10 

Advertisements 317.45 317.45 

Bad Check 21.00 21.00 

Showing Movies 15.00 15.00 

Telephone-- 52.06 52.06 

Audit 260.00 260.00 

Hot Water Heater Replacement and Repairs 269 . 00 269 . 00 

Salvaging Pier 614.00 614.00 

Flowers 10.75 10.75 

Director's Salary 5.000.00 5,000.00 

Director's Travel 696.13 696.13 

Caretaker's Salary 2,400.00 2.400.00 

Insurance— Buildings 2,240.09 2,240.09 

Secretarial Help 642.00 642.00 

Assistant Caretaker's Salary 1,800.00 1,800.00 

Total General Expenses .% 25,948.67 $ 14,773.02 $ 40,721.69 

Dining Room Expenses: 

Food $ 20,492.77 $ 20,492.77 

Refunds 109.10 109.10 

Salaries and F.I.C.A. Tax 8,967.24 8,967.24 

Fuel 821.59 821.59 

Supplies 2,352.54 200.06 2,552.60 

Linen Rentals 289.28 289.28 

Total Dining Room Expenses S 33,032.52 S 200.06 $ 33,232.58 

Total Operating Expenses S 58,981.19 S 14,973.08 $ 73,954.27 



CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 
October 1, 1956, through September 30, 1957 

Assembly 

Building Materials, Paint, Shingles and Electrical Supplies... $ 2,702.34 

Electrolux Machine 84.25 

Refrigerators 104.00 

Mattresses 250.00 



Paid By 

State 
Missions 

3,400.34 S 



Total 

6,102.68 

84.25 

104.00 

250.00 



OF North Carolina 



181 



Chairs 

Spirit Duplicator 

Public Address System 

Salaries 

Tractor and Attachments 

Floor Polisher -.' 

Total Capital Expenditures $ 3,678.80 I 13,178.53 $ 16,857.33 



$ 


270.00 


$ 


270.00 


260,00 






260.00 


278.21 






278.21 




8,158.40 




8,158.40 




1,200.00 




1,200.00 




149.79 




149.79 



FRUITLAND BAPTIST ASSEMBLY 

HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 

CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

12 Months Ended September 30, 1957 

Preachers' 
School 
Receipts: 

Room Rents S 

Registration Fees 

Board 16,121.50 

Extra Meals 446.50 

Linen Rentals 79.50 

Telephone 66.20 

"Duck-In" Sales 

Swimming 

Sale of Junk 

Sunday School Offering 

Insurance 

Sale of Garbage 10.00 

Sale of Milk and Food 284.05 

Refund from B. S. C. for Salaries 348.68 

Sale of Blankets, Mattress and Springs 

Cash Over 

Total Receipts S 17,356.43 

BALANCE SEPTEMBER 30, 1956 16,998.00 

Total to Account for % 358.43 

Disbursements: 

Operating Expenses . 19,123.30 

Capital Outlay — Renovations of Apartment 137.38 

Funds Forwarded to B. S. C, Raleigh, N. C 

Total Disbursements S 19,260.68 

BALANCE SEPTEMBER 30, 1957 18.90S.25 

Total Accounted for S 358.43 





Summer 




Total 




Assembly 






s 


6,239.25 


$ 


6,239.25 




3,669.50 




3,669.50 




18,191.02 




34,312.52 




419.35 




865.85 




27.50 




107.00 




69.78 




135.98 




2,385.90 




2,385.90 




11.20 




11.20 




12.50 




12.50 




73.38 




73.38 




6.80 




6.80 




10.00 




20.00 
284.05 
348.68 




62.00 




62.00 




1.06 




1.06 


? 


31,179.24 


$ 


48,535.67 




26,166.98 




9,168.98 


% 


57,346.22 


$ 


57.704.65 




24,688.98 




43,812.28 
137.38 




4,699.20 




4,699.20 


% 


29,388.18 


S 


48,648.86 




27,958.04 




9,055.79 


% 


57,346.22 


? 


57,704.65 



REVENUE AND EXPENSES 

Preachers' 
School 
Revenue: 

Room Rents $ 

Registration Fees 

Board 16,121.50 

Extra Meals 446.50 

Linen Rentals 79. 50 

Telephone 66.20 

"Duck-In" Sales 

Swimming 

Sale ofJunk 

Sunday School Offering 

Insurance 

Sale of Garbage 10.00 

Sale of Milk and Food 284.05 

Refund from B. S. C. for Salaries 348.68 

Sale of Blankets, Mattress and Springs 

Cash Over 

Total Revenue $ 17,356.43 

Expenses: 
Expenses Paid bv Fruitland Assembly: 
Operating Expenses $ 19,123.30 



Summer 




Assembly 


Total 


i 6,239.25 $ 


6,239.25 


3,669.50 


3,669.50 


18,191.02 


34,312.52 


419.35 


865.85 


27.50 


107.00 


69.78 


135.98 


2,385.90 


2,385.90 


11.20 


11.20 


12.50 


12.50 


73.38 


73.38 


6.80 


6.80 


10.00 


20.00 




284.05 




348.68 


62.00 


62.00 


1.06 


1.06 


S 31,179.24 ? 


48,535.67 



S 24,688.98 ? 43,812.28 



182 Baptist State Convention 



Expenses Paid by State Missions Fund: 
Baptist State Convention: 

Insurance I 280.67 

Equipment... 459.89 

Heat... 2,492.46 

Library. : 163.13 

Director's Salary 4,300.00 

Director's Travel 253.23 

Business Manager's Salary 2,550.00 

Business Manager's Travel 316.28 

Office Secretary's Salary 1,260.00 

Caretaker's Salary- 1,590.00 

Honorariums •. 3,065.00 

Postage 35.67 

Telephone 14.78 

Faculty Books 25.00 

Director's Expenses 5. 90 

.A.udit 128.85 

Miscellaneous 17.30 

Travel— Faculty 46.20 

Total Expenses Paid by Slate Missions Fund $ 17,004.36 

Total Operating Expenses I 36,127.66 

Operating Expenses in Excess of Revenue $ 18,771 .S3 

Capital Outlat E.xpenses: 

Per Assembly Books $ 137.38 

From State Missions Fund Baptist State Convention 1,590.00 

Total Capital Outlay Expenses $ 1,727.38 

Total Expenses in Excess of Revenue ..$ SO, 498. 61 



$ 


280.68 


$ 


561.35 

459.89 
2,492.46 

163.13 
4,300.00 

253.23 




2.550.00 




5,100.00 




75.55 




391.83 




1,230.00 




2.490.00 




1.590.00 




3,180.00 

3,065.00 

35.67 

14.78 

25.00 

5.90 




128.86 




257.71 
17.30 
46.20 


$ 


5,855.09 


$ 


22,859.45 


$ 


30,544.07 


$ 


66,671.73 


$ 


635.17 


$ 


18,136.06 


$ 




$ 


137.38 
1,590.00 


$ 




$ 


1,727.38 


$ 


635.17 


$ 


19,863.U 



OPERATING EXPENSES 

Preachers' Summer 

School Assembly Total 

Insurance.. $ $ 1,049.61 $ 1,049.61 

Salary— Cook and Helpers- 4,449.80 2,200.00 6,649.80 

Purchases— Dining Room 10,075.51 12,049.41 22,124.92 

Purchases "Duck-In" 1,665.98 1,665.98 

Staff Salaries 3,561.10 3,561.10 

Other Labor 874.05 350.00 1,224.05 

Operating Supplies 307.33 1,604.68 1,912.01 

Office Expenses 399.95 112.72 512.67 

Laundry and Cleaning 86.12 209.01 295.13 

Heat, Lights and Fuel 697.83 616.72 1,314.55 

Telephone 302.37 244.20 546.57 

TruckandBus 91.45 183.49 274.94 

Repairs— Equipment, Buildings and Grounds 1,713.09 499.88 2,212.97 

Refunds 30.00 26.50 56.50 

F. I.e. A. Tax 95.80 144.07 239.87 

Advertising — Biblical Recorder 54.50 54.50 

Organ Rent- 30.00 30.00 

Pool Supplies 32.02 32.02 

Dumping Trash. 9.50 9.50 

Drugs and Medical Supplies 4.75 4. 75 

Survey of Land 12.50 12.50 

Opening Pool .Announcements 6.00 6.00 

Travel 22.34 22.34 

Total $ 19,123.30 $ 24.688.98 $ 43,812.28 



OF NofiTH Carolina 183 

The following financial statement for North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Inc., has been prepared from audit 
submitted by Ernst and Ernst, Certified Public Accountants. 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOSPITALS, INC. 
WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 

BALANCE SHEET 
December 31, 1957 
Assets: 
Current Fund: 

Cash— Current Fund.- $ 49,958.46 

Special Funds 7,662.33 

Duke Endowment - 28,701.00 

Inventories 113,485.31 

Prepaid Insurance 11,979.55 

Patients Accounts Receivable — Net 483,182.40 

Other Accounts Receivable 34,992.16 

X-Ray Accounts Receivable 72,365.64 I 802,326.85 

ENDOWMENT FUND: 
Investments 4,225.95 

PLANT FUND: 

Cash_.- $ 65,574.25 

Renovation Account 495,210.96 

Pledges Due and Stock 25,750.00 

Land 122,175.53 

Building .,% 4,453,514.58 

Equipment 857,282.43 

$ 5,310,797.01 
Less; 
Depreciation. 1,247,583.06 4,063,213.95 4,771,924.69 

Total Assets $ 5,578,477.49 

Liabilities and Net Worth: 
Current Fund: 

Notes Payable ...$ 106,300.00 

Reserve— Special Funds 7,662.33 

Reserve— X-Ray... 72,365.64 

Credit Accounts 8,810.27 

Net Worth _. 607,188.61 $ 802,326.85 

Endowment Fund: 
Capital— Unexpendable $ 4,225.95 

Plant Fund: 

Notes Payable— Wachovia Bank $ 324,158.61 

Reserve— Ford Fund 66,528.47 

Due Operating Fund 9,331.64 

Reserve— Polio Fund 1,912.50 

Reserve— Pediatric Fund 100.00 

Reserve— Eye Clinic 2,507.74 

Net Worth. 4,367,385.73 4,771,924.69 

Total Liabilities and Net Worth $ 5,578,477.49 

INCOME AND EXPENSE 
12 Months Ended December 31, 1957 
Income: 

Patient Charges . $ 3,054,004.21 

Less Charity, Allowances and Receivables 853,627.57 

% 2.200,376.64 
Plus Reclaimed Accounts 54,347.76 

Total Patient Receipts $ 2.254,724.40 

Baptist Contributions, Mother's Day and W. M. U. Linens % 207,284.21 

Other Contributions 187,622.16 394,906.-37 

Total Receipts $ 2,649,630.77 

Expenses: 
Patient Operating Expense and Depreciation* 2,868,953.42 

Difference (loss) $ 219,322.65 

* Depreciation of $156,753.12 leaves Cash Operating Loss $62,569.53. 



184 Baptist State Convention 

The folLowing STATEMENTS OF OPERATING INCOME AND EXPENDITURES of the Colleges for 
periods indicated have been prepared from audits submitted by A. M. Pullen and Company. 

CAMPBELL COLLEGE 
STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURES— OPERATING FUND 
Year Ended May 31, 1957 
Income: 

Tuition and Fees... $ 238,170.72 

Auxiliary Enterprises: 

Dining Hall $ 173,126.75 

Dormitories 44,068.73 

Bookstore 56,259.21 

Farm 30,055.47 

Laundry 37,520.64 

Infirmary 784.09 341,814.89 

Special Activities: 

Athletics % 5,463.44 

Concerts and Other Entertainment 1,234.95 

Student Publications 12,087.83 

Other Miscellaneous 11,698.23 30,484.45 

Other Sources: 

Endowment Interest and Dividends $ 13,178.60 

Insurance— Fire Loss 12,532.22 

Miscellaneous Gifts 13,509.84 39,220.66 

Baptist State Convention: 

Current Support $ 43,379.39 

* Capital Needs 71,975.55 115,354.94 

Total Operating Income $ 765,045.66 

Expenditures: 

Administration and General S 93,800.29 

Instruction and Registration 177,632.00 

Auxiliary Enterprises: 

Dining Hall -.. $ 137,394.46 

Dormitories 40,670.49 

Bookstore 50,287.96 

Farm 26,277.15 

Laundry 28,406.44 

Infirmary 8,474.11 291,510.61 

Special Activities: 

Athletics % 19,514.54 

Student Publications- 12,953.71 

Concerts and Entertainment 3,738.69 

Graduation Expenses 1,778.63 37,985.57 

Operation and Maintenance of Plant 47,218.40 

Fire Loss Repairs -- 12,532.22 

Additions and Improvements — Equipment 7,936.21 

Total Operating Expenditures $ 668,615.30 

* Applied to Capital Improvements. 



CHOWAN COLLEGE 
STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURES— OPERATING FUND 
Year Ended June 30, 1957 
Income: 

Tuition and Fees -- -- S 53,714.54 

Auxiliary Enterprises: 

Dining Hall $ 57,054.61 

Dormitories - 19,492.08 

Supply Store 10,695.79 

Farm ---- 261.77 87,504.25 

Special Activities: 

Athletics and Entertainment -- $ 3,370.45 

Student Publications 1,181.00 

Summer Assemblies 3,184.67 

Commencement and Other Miscellaneous 4,292.02 12,028.14 

Other Sources: 

Endowment Interest and Dividends - - a^ 236.25 

Living Endowment: 

Churches — $ 10,468.56 

Individuals --- 15,730.74 



OF North Carolina 185 

Special Gifts for Library $ 425.00 

North Carolina Church Related CoUeges Foundation 5,246.56 $ 31,870.86 

Baptist State Convention: 
Current Support $ 14,685.53 

* Capital Needs 47,990.68 62,676.21 

Total Operating Income ..-I 248,030.25 

Expenditures: 

Administration and Public Relations 29,114.07 

Instruction and Registration 93,168.94 

Auxiliary Enterprises: 

Dining Hall $ 49,143.53 

Dormitories-. 12,854.28 

Supply Store 8,405.34 70,403.15 

Special Activities: 

Athletics and Entertainment $ 8,535.81 

Student Publications 2,291.40 

Summer Assemblies 2,085.82 

Commencement, Student Activities, etc 894.94 

Scholarships and Concessions 7,903.14 21,711.11 

Operation and Maintenance of Plant $ 30,440.59 

Less Amount Prorated to Auxiliary Enterprises 22,830.44 7,610.15 

Total Overating Expenditures S 222,007.42 

* Applied to Capital Improvements. 

GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE 
STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURES— OPERATING FUND 
Year Ended July 31,1957 
Income: 

Tuition and Fees ...J 112,723.92 

Auxiliary Enterprises: 

Cafeteria $ 93,706.03 

Dormitories 24,475.47 

Health Center 46,227.10 

Farm . 3,500.46 

Bookstore. 21,598.15 189,507.21 

Special Activities: 

Athletics... % 3,060.18 

Student Publications 1,730.45 

Duplex Apartments 1,324.00 6,114.63 

Other Sources: 

Endowment Interest and Dividends $ 11,365.72 

Old Accounts Collected 1,713.69 

N. C. Foundation of Church-Related Colleges 5,960.77 

Individual Gifts and Other Miscellaneous Income 5,288.54 24,328.72 

Baptist State Convention: 
Current Support % 15,555.48 

* Capital Needs 79,573.63 95,129.11 

Total Operating Income $ 427,803.59 

Expenditures: 

General Administration and Public Relations $ 66,981.19 

Instruction and Registration 99,741.46 

Auxiliary Enterprises: 

Cafeteria ... . . $ 90,187.35 

Dormitories 42,985.88 

Health Center 45,278.92 

Farm 1,944.32 

Bookstore 19,775.56 200,172.03 

Special Activities: 

Athletics $ 7,100.77 

Scholarships ..-. 3,782.76 

Library 2,579.96 

Other Miscellaneous 7,719.62 21,183.11 

Additions and Improvements to Equipment 3,877.32 

Total Operating Expenditures. % 391,955.11 

* Applied to Capital Improvements. 



186 Baptist State Convention 

MARS HILL COLLEGE 
STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURES— OPERATING FUND 
Year Ended August 15, 1957 
Income: 

Tuition and Fees $ 287,156.87 

Auxiliary Enterprises: 

Cafeteria I 321,868.09 

Dormitories 113,261.28 

Student Center 102,876.67 

Infirmary 1,946.22 

Athletics, Laundry and Other 4,895.46 544,847.72 

Other Sources: 

Endowment Interest and Dividends $ 11,700.97 

Rent, Electricity and Sewer Services 13,920.60 

Superintendents' Conference 6,571.72 

Other Miscellaneous and Church Gifts 32,370.30 64,563.59 

Baptist State Convention: 

Current Support I 49,179.16 

* Capital Needs.. 101,536.93 150,716.09 

Total Operating Income $ 1,047,284.27 

Expenditures; 

General Administration and Public Relations $ 131,481.01 

Instruction and Registration 200,740.60 

Auxiliary Enterprises: 

Cafeteria. $ 246,112.41 

Dormitories 71,208.95 

Student Center 88,131.79 

Infirmary 7,445.24 

Athletics 21,352.33 

Student Publications... 11,816.59 

Laundry and Other.... 2,321.21 448,388.52 

Special Activities: 

Library $ 26,384.46 

Superintendents' Conference 3,898.70 

Scholarships and Student Aid . 8,447.33 

Insurance Interest and Other Items 19,047.60 57,778.09 

Operation and Maintenance of Plant 64,089.80 

Total Operating Expenditures . $ 902,478.02 

* Applied to Capital Improvements. 

MEREDITH COLLEGE 
STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURES 
Year Ended June 30, 1957 
Income: 
I. Educational and General: 

1. Student Tuition and Fees... $ 246,126.87 

2. Endowment... 43,332.82 

3. Gifts 9,706.22 

4. Baptist State Convention 75,000.00 

5. Miscellaneous 6,189.77 

Total % 380,355.68 

II. Auxiliary Enterprises: 

1. Dining Hall.... S 145,820.39 

2. Dormitories 74,538.00 

3. Infirmary.... . 10,347.80 

4. Supply Store 48,521.59 

Total.. 279,227.78 

III. Transferred from Current Fund Surplus 6,596.47 

Total Income S 666,179.93 

Expense: 
I. Educational and General: 

1. Administrative.. . S 44,977.25 

2. General 55,061.32 



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187 



3. Instructional $ 239,725.22 

4. Library 18,230.89 

5. Plant Operation and Maintenance 68,614.78 

6. Equitation 12,982.25 

Total S 439,591.71 

II. Auxiliary Enterprises: 

1. DiningHall ..S 129,781.06 

2. Dormitories 30,779.01 

3. Infirmary 10,248.92 

4. Supply Store 44,655.58 

Total 215,464.57 

III. Student Aid: 

1. Scholarships and Concessions 11,123.65 

Total Operating Expenditures $ 666,179.93 

Note: Capital Funds in the amount of $114,781.77 received from the Baptist State Convention are not included 
in the above report. 



WAKE FOREST COLLEGE 

SUMMARY STATEMENT OF CURRENT 

INCOME AND EXPENDITURES 

Year Ended June 30, 1957 

College of Arts 

and Sciences 

Total and Law 
Current Operating Income: 

I. Educational and General: 

Student Fees ...$ 912,134.16 S 737,469.57 

Sales and Services of Educational Departments 1 87 , 892 . 34 5 , 847 . 68 

Organized Activities Relating to Educational Depart- 
ments 280,531.43 5,540.15 

Other Sources... 92.260.62 43,648.77 

Total Educational and General $ 1,472,818.55 $ 792,506.17 

II. Auxiliary Enterprises.... 635,880.94 631,717.08 

III. Student Aid.... 1,275.00 

Total Current Operating Income $ 2,109,974.49 I 1,424,223.25 

Current Operating Expenditures: (Exhibits F and G) 

I. Educational and General: 

General Administration $ 181,015.65 $ 135,358.03 

General Expenses 239,986.51 201,161.22 

Instruction and departmental 1,241,301.20 726,107.21 

Organized Activities Relating to Educational Depart- 
ments 292,714.42 10,757.36 

Organized Research- 392,176.93 

Library 112,200.27 96,137.60 

Operation and Maintenance of Physical Plant 385,409.01 338,677.20 

Telephone Exchange 20,486.65 20,486.65 

Total Educational and General I 2,865,290.64 $ 1,528,685.27 

II. Auxiliary Enterprises 579,046.90 572,292.35 

III. Student Aid 60,881.62 59,606.62 

Total Current Operating Expenditures... ..$ 3,505,219.16 $ 2,161,214.24 

Excess of Current Operating Expenditures Over Operating 

Income ...($1,395,244.67) ($ 736,990.99) 

Other Institutional Income: (Exhibit D) 1,772,779.05 1,105,981.22 

Excess of Current Income Over Current Expenditures 

(ExhibitB-1) ...$ 377,534.38 $ 368,990.23 



Exhibit'C 

Bowman 

Gray 

School 

of Medicine 



$ 174,664.59 
182,044.66 



274,991.28 
48,611.85 



$ 


680,312.38 




4,163.86 
1,275.00 


$ 


685,751.24 


$ 


45,657.62 
38,825.29 
515,193.99 




281,957.06 

392,176.93 

16,062.67 

46,731.81 




$ 1 


,336,605.37 




6,124.55 
1,275.00 


$ 1 


,344,004.92 


($ 


658,253.68) 
666,797.83 


$ 


8,544.15 



188 



Baptist State Convention 



STATEMENT OF OTHER INSTITUTIONAL INCOME 
Year Ended June 30, 1957 



EyDOWMEXT AND Trtjst Income: 

Dividends and Interest (Schedule 2) 

Distribution from College of Arts, Science and Law. 

Ford Foundation — Faculty Salaries (Schedule -1) 

Ford Foundation — Medical (Schedule 5) 

Rents 

Trust Income: 

Mary K. Fassett Fund 

Lucy Teague Fassett Fund 

James A. Gray Trust 

Special Funds.- 



Total 

609.376.37 
50,000.00 


College of 

Arts, Sciences 

and Law 

S 549,197.17 


Exhibit D 
Bowman 
Gray School 
of Medicine 

$ 60,179.20 
50,000.00 


10,628.34 


10,628.34 




12,740.63 


12,740.63 


2,459.76 
1,600.27 


2,459.76 

1,600.27 
752.31 




752.31 




66,266.92 


66,266.92 


8,285.55 




8,285.55 



$ 762,110.15 $ 564,637.85 $ 197,472.30 



Annuity Interest Paid 

Distribution to Bowman Gray School of Medicine. 



14,565,20 % 
50,000.00 



14,565.20 
50,000.00 



S 64,565.20 I 64,565.20 



Total Endovment and Trust Income I 697,544.95 $ 500,072.65 % 197,472.30 



Gifts and Grants: 

* Baptist State Convention ('Current Support) 

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation 

Research Funds Expended for Organized Research: 

Direct Costs 

Overhead Allowances (Exhibit B-3) 

Alumni 

Other Foundations and Trusts 



90,628.46 % 
500,000.00 

392,176.93 .. 

33,714.42 .. 

13,784.18 .. 
44,930.11 



90,628.46 
500,000.00 



15,280.11 



392,176.93 
33,714.42 
13,784.18 
29,650.00 



Total Gifts and Grants. $1,075,234.10 $ 605,908.57 $ 469,325.53 



Total Other Institutional Income (EsMAtC) $1,772,779.05 $1,105,981.22 $ 666,797.83 

* Additional payments received from the Baptist State Convention: 

Capital Needs Appropriation $ 235,092.75 

Enlargement Fund 31,102.11 



WINGATE COLLEGE 
STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURES— OPERATING FUND 

Year Ended August 31, 1957 
Income: 

Tuition and Fees $ 139,310.73 

Auxiliary Enterprises: 

Cafeteria. $ 117,0.35.30 

Dormitories 33,084.90 

Bookstore 32,460.63 182,580.83 

Special Activities: 
Athletics $ 3,034.59 

Student Organizations and Entertainment 404.62 3,439.21 

Other Sources: 

Special Gifts % 9,324.58 

Other Miscellaneous 1,885.97 11,210.55 

Baptist State Convention: 

Current Support $ 25,895.01 

Capital Needs 75,171.21 101,066.22 

Total Operating Income $ 437,607.54 

Expenditures: 

Administration and Public Relations $ 76,630.91 

Instruction and Registration 92,409.31 

Auxiliary Enterprises: 

Cafeteria $ 69,888.77 

Dormitories 14,050.07 

Bookstore 25,101.12 

Infirmary 1,155.55 110,195.51 



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189 



Special Activities: 

Athletics $ 9,476.87 

Student Publications - 2,499.24 

Scholarships 10,532.70 

Entertainment 882.71 % 23,391.52 

Operation and Maintenance of Plant 34,719.66 

Total Operating Expenditures $ 337,346.91 



The following financial statement of North Carolina Baptist Homes, Inc., has been prepared from audit sub- 
mitted by Smith and Grisette, Certified Public Accountants. 

NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOMES, INC. 
WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 

BALANCE SHEET 
September 30, 1957 
Assets: 

Current Assets: 
Cash on Hand and in Banks $ 21,472.57 

Real Estate— Winston-Salem S 491,123.26 

Real Estate— Albemarle 84,087.34 

Furniture and Fixtures — Winston-Salem 62, 506 . 42 

Furniture and Fixtures — Albemarle 31,016.74 

Trucks and Autos 5,901.40 

$ 674,635.16 
Less Reserve for Depreciation 36,575.15 

638,060.01 
Investments: 

Trust Funds— First National Bank $ 6,381.87 

Other Investments 65,900.19 

72,282.06 

Total Assets $ 731,814.64 

Liabilities and Surplus: 
Current Liabilities: 

Accrued Payroll Taxes... $ 1,208.98 

Accounts Payable 6,626.67 

Endowment — Gwy n Graham 175. 00 

Notes Payable 103,000.00 

Accrued Salaries 404.16 

$ 111,414.81 

Deferred Income: 
Residents' Accounts 110,224.94 

Surplus: 

Reserve for Building Expansion $ 17,944.34 

Surplus.. 492.230.55 

510,174.89 

Total Liabilities and Surplus ...S 731,814.64 



STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENSE 
October 1, 1956, to September 30, 1957 
Income: 

Residents.. $ 83,604.14 

Baptist State Convention 55,805.75 

Gifts: 

Church Organization S 84,166.92 

Estates 200.00 

Memorials 2,954.11 

Miscellaneous 42,055.50 

129,376.53 
Other Income 138.16 

Total Income jf 268,924.58 



190 Baptist State Convention 

Total Operating Expense % 149,793.80 

Trust Fund Loss 165.00 

$ 149,958.80 

Revenue in Excess of Expenses for Year Ending 9-30-57 S 118,965.78 



The following financial statement for Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Inc., has beea prepared from 
audit submitted by R. L. Price, Certified Public Accountant. 

BAPTIST CHILDREN'S 
HOMES OF NORTH CAROLINA, INC. 

INCOME AND EXPENSE— CURRENT FUND 
January 1, 1957, to September 30, 1957 
Income: 
From Churches, Sunday Schools and Co-operative Program: 

Cash- ...$ 297,702.63 

Clothing 500.00 $ 298,202.63 

From Individuals: For Support of Designated Children 23,606.19 

From Individuals: Special Gifts 5,820.06 

From Duke Endowment Fund 26,508.12 

Endowment Income: 

General Endowment. $ 27,042.70 

Sundry Trusts 1,391.69 28,434.39 

Profit: Print Shop and "Charity and Children" 3,898.87 

Miscellaneous Income 354.53 

Total Income $ 386,824.79 

ExPBajSE: (Operating) 

Maintenance. ..$ 428,939.19 

Extra Institutional Service 76,029.81 

Annuities Paid 4,124.78 

Total Operating Expense... 509,093.78 

Excess of Operating Expense over Income .($ 122,268.99) 



STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION 
Assets: 

Current Funds... $ 229,541.61 

Loan Funds 36,450.25 

Endowment Funds 925,797.23 

Plant Funds 2,875,722.83 

Total Assets $ 4,067.511.92 

Liabilities Noue 

Net Worth 4,067,511.92 

Total Liabilities and Net Worth $ 4,067.511.92 



STATISTICS 
AND OTHER DATA 



Compiled by 

L. L. Morgan 

Statistical Secretary 



192 



Baptist State Convention 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 

Explanations: This information was supplied by the clerks of the District Associations. We greatly appreciate the 
faithful service they have rendered in assembling materials for the pages that follow. These reports are based on 
the Associational Year, and the financial figures are not the same as those based on the calendar year reported by 
our Convention Treasurer. 
Items marked (*) give latest data available. In some cases 1956 figures are given, (f) indicates new church 

ALEXANDER 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



1. Antioeh 

2. Bethlehem 

3. Beulah 

4. Calvary 

5. Damascus 

6. Hiddenite 

7. Lebanon 

8. Liledoun.. 

9. Linney's Grove 

10. Little River 

11. Macedonia 

12. Millersville 

13. Mt. Hermon 

14. Oxford Memorial. 

15. Pilgrim 

16. Pleasant Hill 

17. Poplar Springs 

18. Smyrna 

19. Stony Point 

20. Taylorsvilie, East. 

21. First 



Totals 



James R. Lail, Rt. 1, Taylorsvilie... 

I. V. Couch, Rt. 1, Taylorsvilie 

Osa Kerley, Moravian Falls.. 

Henkle Little, Box 254, Taylorsvilie. 

Irvin Wallace, Rt. 2, Harmony 

Maurice Gilliam, Hiddenite 

Paul McAlpin, Rt. 1, Taylorsvilie... 



Irvin Wallace, Rt. 2, Harmony 

Wayne Hendren, Moravian Falls.. 

W. 0. Warren, Hiddenite 

Wade Rogers, Taylorsvilie 

H. T. Johnson, Rt. 2, Taylorsvilie. 
Fred Ellis, Rt. 1, Granite Falls... . 



W. 0. Johnson, Rt. 3, Taylorsville. 
W. 0. Johnson, Rt. 3, Taylorsvilie. 
Horace Moree, Rt. 1, Taylorsvilie., 
H. L. Good, Box 198, Stony Point. 

R. L. Dixon, Taylorsvilie 

W. B. Pittard, Jr., Taylorsvilie.... 



Wayne R. Austin, Rt. 2, Taylorsvilie.. 

Noah Lail, Rt. 1, Granite Falls 

Harold Keener, Rt. 2, Taylorsvilie 

Darrell Fox, Rt. 2, Taylorsvilie 

Dwight Johnson, Rt. 2, Hiddenite 

R. M. Grant, Rt. 3, Taylorsvilie 

C. D. Poole, Rt. 4, Taylorsvilie 

Arthur Jenkins, Rt. 2, Taylorsvilie 

Fred Hendren, Hiddenite 

Joe McDuffie, Taylorsvilie 

Porter Mauney, Taylorsvilie J 

G. S. Hampton, Taylorsvilie 

Kenneth Kerley, Rt. 4, Taylorsvilie 

Millard Brookshire, Rt. 2, Lenoir 

Paul May berry. Union Grove 

Walter Harrington, Rt. 3, Taylorsvilie. 
Norris Bumgarner, Rt. 4, Taylorsvilie.. 

W. L. Bowman, Rt. 1, Taylorsvilie 

A. L. Stikeleather, Stony Point 

Edd K. Elliott, Box 313, Taylorsvilie.. 
David Campbell, Taylorsvilie 



ALLEGHANY 



1 


Bel view. . 


Geo. M. Reeves, West Jefferson 

Everette Shaw, Glade Valley 

L. G. Sherwood, Fleetwood.. 




2. 
3. 
4 


Chestnut Grove 

Laurel Springs 

Liberty 

Mt. Carmel 


Edgar Porter, Sparta 

Van F. Miller, Laurel Springs 


5 


Everette Shaw, Glade Valley 

Hayes McClure, Laurel Springs _ . 

A. k. Taylor, Independence, Va ___ 

E. B. Barton, Atkins, Va. 


F. W. Royal, Glade VaUey . 


6 


Glen Vestal, Pinev Creek _ .. 


7. 
R 


New River 

Osborne Memorial... 
Pine Fork . . 


Robt. L. Reeves, Rt. 1, Galax, Va 


q 


Jimmy Bryant, North Wilkesboro __ 

Wiley Carrol, Purlear 




10 


Scottville. 


W. F. Shepherd, Scottville 


11 


Sparta 

Totals 


H. E. Singletary, Sparta 

















ANSON 



1 




W. J. Connell, Rt. 2, Wadesboro 

Clavton W. Pope, Box 103, Polkton 

Clegg Allen, Rt. 2, Polkton 




2. 

3 


Brown Creek 

Cedar Grove 

Deep Creek.- 

Deep Springs 

Fall Branch 

Gum Springs 

Lilesville 

Mineral Springs 


Robert G. Eddins, Rt. 1, Wadesboro 

Isaac Pope, Rt. 2, Polkton 


4. 
5. 
6. 


E. C. Pittman, Rt. 3, Wadesboro 

C. C. Coble, Rt. 1, Oakboro 

C. W. Boatwright, 412 Orchard Street, 


Lamar Ratliff, Rt. 3, Wadesboro 

Maughton Preslar, Rt. 1, Peachland 

James Mechum, Rt, 2, Wadesboro 


7. 


Wayne Ashe, Rt. 1, Lilesville 


H. B. Morrison, Jr., Rt. 1, LilesvUle 


9. 
10 


James Preslar, 407 Phifer St., Monroe 


Jimmy Home, Rt. 1, Polkton 


11. 
12 


Mt. Beulah. 

Mt. Carmel 


Eddie Reynolds, C C Rt. 3, Wadesboro 


Earl Ricketts, C C Rt. 3, Wadesboro 

W. Van Home, Rt. 2, Peachland: 


13 


Mt. Zion 






14. 


New Home 


M. L. Haywood, Peachland 


Edsel Edwards, Rt. 1, Peachland 



OF North Carolina 



193 



Preaching services are indicated as follows: 1 for Preaching 1 Sunday, 2 for Preaching 2 Sundays, 3 for Preaching 
3 Sundays, 4 for Preaching All Sundays. 

Pastors, clerks, treasurers and others having anythjiig to do with keeping records of membership, gifts and other 
data concerning the life and work of the churches are urged to be constantly and diligently seeking and recording 
information to go into this volume to be incorporated in the record of Baptist work and accomplishments in the 

Signed: L. L. Morgan, Statistical Secretary, Raleigh, N. C. 



ALEXANDER 





1 


c 

03 

m 




1 i 


.2 8^ 

> 


c 

c ^ 

.B'° 


_•_£ 


-o = 

c ^ 
o p 
OH 


ill 

C 3 5 

5 o^ 


Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 

Salary) 


.1 

O 3 


a 


1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 


i 
i 
4 

4 
3 
4 
2 
4 
3 
2 
4 
2 
4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
4 
4 
4 
4 


12 

22 

13 

16 

2 

4 

3 

5 

4 

1 

10 

1 

3 

32 

3 

12 

3 

10 
19 
21 
3 


425 
303 
110 
178 
159 
187 

79 
334 
157 
173 
262 
127 
211 
133 
253 
232 
211 

94 
592 
533 
474 


359 
195 
129 
188 

90 
170 

63 
265 
185 
155 
175 

76 
181 
151 
154 
177 
119 
107 
506 
422 
421 


138 
90 
89 
95 
62 

150 


172 
102 


80 
61 

18 


""'49 
23 


$ 1,887 
7,844 
4,500 
3,500 


$ 11,753 
15,671 

7,342 

9,506 

1,391 

7,137 

1,478 

19,361 

2,942 

7,348 

11,789 

853 

7,308 

3,491 

1,668 

1,777 

2,541 

4,379 

18,925 

11,103 

21,126 


1 2,506 

1,587 

135 

87 

307 

2,418 

257 

957 

145 

304 

446 

58 

1,672 

165 

306 

179 

318 

303 

6,170 

3,019 

5,510 


$ 14,259 

17,258 
7,477 
9,593 


5. 








1,698 


6. 
7. 


66 


84 




354 

368 

570 

1,106 

5,041 

2,500 


9,555 
1,735 


8. 
9. 


94 
60 




57 


22 


20,318 
3,087 


10. 








7,652 


11. 


74 


50 






12,235 


12. 






911 


13. 
14. 


89 
79 


116 
83 


37 




3,464 
636 
588 
267 
69 
148 

"i^ooo 


8,980 
3,656 


15. 




32 


1,974 


16. 








1,956 


17. 










2,859 


18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 


85 
120 
161 
112 


52 
120 
89 
69 


15 

121 
83 
119 


19 
38 
62 
33 


4,682 
25,095 
14,122 
26,636 






199 


5.227 


4,288 


1,498 


919 


675 


278 


$ 33,842 


$ 168,889 


$ 26,849 


$195,738 







ALLEGHANY 



1. 


1 
1 
4 
2 
1 
2 
2 
4 
2 
1 
4 


9 
1 
2 

14 
3 

""'23 


54 
24 
66 
53 
96 
39 
82 

104 
83 
71 

245 


34 
18 
24 
38 
65 
27 
36 

101 
41 
49 

240 










$ 


$ 180 
100 

1,854 
750 
624 
243 
204 

2,949 
499 
327 

7,833 


$ 35 
15 
490 
129 
74 
84 
32 
140 
31 
25 
1,043 


$ 215 


2. 


6 
61 
36 










115 


3. 

4. 


28 


8 
12 




400 


2,344 

879 


5. 




40 


698 


6. 


35 








327 


7. 








100 

842 


236 


8. 


'"'"26 
88 


30 

24 






3,089 


9. 






530 


10. 








352 


11. 


47 


60 


25 


1,151 


8,876 




52 


917 


673 


246 


129 


80 


25 


% 2.533 


% 15,563 


$ 2,098 


$ 17 661 









ANSON 



4 


24 


161 


189 


64 


71 


63 




% 


% 


2 


4 


193 


145 


63 


49 


60 


10 






2 


6 


131 


104 


54 


27 


14 




74 




4 


6 


242 


168 


80 


62 


74 


22 


388 




'/ 


19 
14 


275 
164 


180 

137 


76 
76 












2 




18 




8,000 




4 


11 


271 


176 


88 


63 


55 


48 


5,335 




4 


11 


209 


229 


79 


58 


74 


32 


187 




'?. 


3 


114 
217 


90 
132 


53 
91 








895 
571 




4 


42 


52 


22 




4 


21 


410 


396 


209 


184 


101 


45 


3,718 




? 


8 
1 
1 


105 
42 
122 


71 
30 
123 










88 




?, 












2 




36 


26 









5,596 


% 843 


4,400 


2,059 


1,318 


277 


6,534 


773 


3,187 


384 


11,431 


90 


14,142 


628 


7,095 


853 


2,843 


382 


4,557 


438 


20,646 


938 


2,210 


152 


566 


62 


2,562 


326 



6,439 
6,459 
1,595 
7,307 
3,571 

1,521 
14,770 
7,948 
3.225 
4.995 
21,584 
2,362 
628 
2,888 



13 



194 



Baptist State Convention 
ANSON — Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



15. 
16. 
17. 

18. 
IQ 


Oakdale 

Peachland --- - 

Pleasant Grove 

Polkton 

Red Hill 


J. B. Helms, Rt. 1, Peachland 

M. L. Haywood, Peachland 

W. H. Stogner, Rt. 1, Oakboro 

Clayton W. Pope, Box 103, Polkton 

Clegg Allen, Rt. 2, Polkton 

Earl Henry, Rt. 2, Polkton 

Charles Handle, Rt. 2, Polkton 

J. B. Buchanan, 10 Ch. St., Wadesboro _. 


S. B. Caudle, Box 112, Polkton 

Van 0. Bryant, Peachland 

Jackson Gilmore, Rt. 2, Wadesboro 

Boyce McLester, Rt. 2, Polkton 


20. 
21. 

99 


Rocky Mount 

Rocky River 

Wade 

Wadesboro: First 

North 


Artis Baucom, Rt. 2, Polkton 

D. V. Smith, Rt. 2, Polkton 

V L Knotts, Rt. 3, Wadesboro 


n 


Robert L. Smith, S. Breslin St., Wadesboro 


n 




Bill Hubbard, N. Greene St., Wadesboro 


25. 


Southside 


C. W. Boatwright, 412 Orchard Street, 


W. B. Tarlton, Chesterfield Rd., Wades- 






boro 













ASHE 




1. Apple Grove 




Billy T. Little, Husk __- 






Dwight Houck, Rt. 1, West Jefferson 


3. Baptist Home 

4. Beaver Creek 


* Herbert McCoy, Tammarock 




Paul Goodman, Todd 


5. Bethel 

6. Big Flats 


J. W. EMreth. Jefferson 

Paul Phipps, Grumpier 

Keene Roark, Creston 

Iredell Osborne. North Wilkesboro 

Carl Haga, Whitetop. Va. 


L. A. Pharr, Rt. 2, West Jefferson 

H. V. Walker, Rt. I.Todd 


7. Big Laurel 

8. Blue Ridge 

9. Bristol. - 


Mattie Rupard, Grayson — 




10. Buffalo 




Raymond Riddle, Rt. 1, West Jefferson . 


11. Chestnut Hill 




Fay Gambill, Grumpier 


12. Clifton 






13. Fairview. 




Ennis Pruitt, Grumpier ' 


14. Farmer Memorial 




Ada Farmer, Whitetop, Va. 






W. E. Horton, Whiteford, Md 


16. Friendly Grove 

17. Friendship 


W. E. Burchette, West Jefferson 

G. C. Burkett. Jefferson 


Paul A. Hopkins, West Jefferson 

Guv Shatley, Jefferson -- 


18. Glendale 




Hilt Severt, Glendale Springs -- 






Cecil Watson, Volney, Va ... 


20. Healing Springs 




Guy Neaves, Grumpier-- . -- - 


21. Jefferson 




Henry Hartsog, Jefferson .-. — 








23. Laurel Hill 




Oscar Richardson, Rugby, Va. 


24. Laurel Knob 


G. C. Burkett. Jefferson 


Joe Edwards, Todd 


25. Liberty Grove 

26. Liberty Hill 


Roe Paslcy, Grassy Creek 


J. T. Brown, Todd 


27. Little Helton 




Wayne Testerman, Grassy Creek - 


28. Long Branch 




Vaughn Welch, Lansing. .. — - 


29. Midway 


M D Hart West Jefferson 


Ray Taylor, West Jefferson... -. 


30. Mission Home 




H. C. Greene, Fleetwood--- 


31. Mt. Olive... 




Lester Surber, West Jefferson -- 








33. New River 




R. D. Brown, Grumpier .. - 


34. North Beaver 




Worth Miller, West Jefferson 


35. Nottingham 


B. L. Hash, Nottingham Pa. 


Joel Parks, Rt. 2, Northeast, Md 


36. Oak Hill 




Janes Neaves, Lansing 


37. Obids 


J. W. Eldreth. Jefferson 

W. E. Burchette. West Jefferson 

M. D. Hart, West Jefferson - 


Mrs. Foy Parsons, West Jefferson . - 


38. Old Fields 

39. Orion 


Burl Hartzog, Idlewild 

Wiley Lambert, Jefferson - - - - 


40. Peak Valley -. 




Glenn McCoy, Creston 






Bernard Miller, Lansing - 


42. Pilot Mountain 


EariColvard. Vilas 


Fred Vannoy, Todd 

Conley Winebarger, Creston .. — — 


44. Pine Swamp 




Howard Hartzog, Idlewild — 


45. Pleasant Branch 




* Mrs. Keith Reedy, Grassy Creek 






Worth Shepherd , Lansing 


47. Pleasant Home . 




J. Lester Thompson, Grassy Creek 






Brice Denny, Grassy Creek 


49. Porters Grove 

50. Prosperity 


Scott Wood, Rt. 4, Box 292, Elkton, Md. 


Henry Meadows, Conowingo, Md 

Harrison Wilson. Trade, Tenn 


51. Rock Creek 


Finlev Miller. West Jefferson 


Mrs. Selda Roark, Creston 



OF North Carolina 



195 



ANSON— Continued 































xn 


1 


D. 


-a a 


.2 o o 
> 


c 
eg 

.5 ° 

C c 


."o 


CQ 


111 


Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


.2 =^ 

11 


o 


15. 


2 


2 


138 


134 


39 


31 


18 




$ 


% 2,530 


J 101 


$ 2,631 


16. 


2 


/ 


249 


234 


68 




76 


13 


87 


7,418 


1,107 


8,435 


17. 


2 


7 


121 


140 


66 




43 


12 


80 


2,429 


446 


2,875 


18. 


2 


7 


205 


209 


75 


38 


82 


9 


1,083 


4,628 


861 


5,489 


19. 


2 


6 


255 


249 


92 


54 


82 


27 


8,991 


11,946 


689 


12,635 


20. 


4 


23 


255 


209 


93 


55 


30 




2,721 


6,564 


746 


7,310 


21. 


2 




35 


29 


30 








300 


701 


40 


741 


22. 


4 


3 


182 


197 


138 


63 


64 


14 


335 


6,242 


1,613 


7,855 


23. 


4 


26 


967 


947 


262 


118 


320 


100 




26,609 


17,238 


43,847 


24. 


4 


2 


243 


219 


60 


46 


32 


74 


241 


6,720 


260 


6,980 


25. 


2 


5 


48 


92 


55 


11 


26 




780 


3,659 


367 


4,026 




217 


5,354 


4,829 


1,911 


1,008 


1,304 


428 


% 33,874 


% 166,533 


1 31,583 


S198 116 









ASHE 



1. 


2 
2 


8 
3 


41 

148 

*72 

54 

107 

116 

31 

93 

166 

75 

75 

120 

37 

42 

166 

147 

185 

110 

151 

252 

30 

241 

23 

131 

62 

25 

130 

113 

127 

118 

79 

99 

231 

76 

234 

79 

107 

146 

102 

39 

133 

55 

36 

32 

*31 

74 

97 

100 

112 

19 

35 


34 
100 
*35 
37 
59 
82 
24 
47 
68 
70 
57 
45 
36 
32 
165 
166 
90 
92 
95 
157 
58 
65 
45 
72 
49 


30 
51 








$ 


$ 356 

560 

*295 

349 

349 

1,269 

730 

280 

1,771 

1,383 

654 

788 

255 

245 

2,506 

7,924 

4,744 

500 

1,627 

2,321 

4,896 

415 

255 

1,967 

436 

152 

898 

483 

4,335 

3,327 

542 

175 

1,348 

536 

8,106 

216 

446 

4,440 

1,109 

349 

995 

408 

*135 

379 


$ 15 

265 

3 

15 

26 

148 

97 

47 

274 

134 

18 

62 

6 

3 

596 

824 

473 

63 

330 

670 

141 

127 

13 

165 

130 

11 

82 

81 

174 

527 

50 

353 

20 

210 

75 

71 

590 

170 

150 

313 

420 

34 


$ 371 


2. 










825 


3. 










298 


4. 


1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1-3 
2 

1 
2 

2 


2 
5 
5 

6 
2 

5 

2 
14 
3 


"'"17 
32 
26 
22 
56 
105 


20 








364 


5. 








375 


6. 

7. 




10 


15 


503 


1,417 
827 


8. 










327 


9. 










2 045 


10. 


35 


6 






1,517 


11. 






672 


12. 


38 
15 








265 


850 


13. 








261 


14. 










248 


15. 


4 


' 'ei 

70 
45 
33 


60 
61 
48 
33 








3,102 


16. 


48 
20 


47 


4,220 
2,831 


8,748 

5,217 

563 


17. 
18. 


4 


4 


19. 


2 


4 
4 

1 

_ 
3 

2 
4 
12 

- 

23 

7 

i 

4 






248 

115 

3,802 


1,957 


20. 








2,991 


21. 
22. 


All 
2 
1 
4 
2 
1 
2 

1 
4 
4 
2 


59 
53 
52 
30 
24 


41 


35 




5,037 
542 


23. 










268 


24. 








1,357 


2,132 


25. 








566 


26. 










163 


27. 


74 
42 

189 
85 
67 
54 

152 
33 

257 
72 
40 

111 
88 
24 
72 
31 
37 
50 

*80 
50 
70 
57 

166 
25 
66 


43 
24 
91 
48 
30 










980 


28. 










564 


29. 


103 
35 






1,924 
1,500 

37 


4,509 


30. 
31. 


8 




3,854 
502 


32. 








175 


33. 


1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
4 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 


"14 
119 


53 








1,701 


34. 








556 


35. 
36. 


86 


23 




208 


8,316 
291 


37. 


37 
66 
49 
17 
56 
13 








120 
2,445 


517 


38. 
39. 


66 


16 




5,030 
1,279 


40. 










499 


41. 


27 


13 






1,308 


42. 




50 


828 


43. 








135 


44. 












413 


45. 














46. 




2 

3 
12 
18 

2 














25 
35 

25 

173 

1 

105 


25 


47. 


2 
2 

4 
1 

1 










427 


935 

440 

2,855 


970 


48. 


30 
71 
17 
45 








465 


49. 








975 


3 028 


50. 








1 


51. 










296 


401 



196 



Baptist State Convention 
ASHE — Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



52. Round Knob 

53. Sabbath Home.. 

54. Smethport 

55. Sturgills 

56. Three Forks 

57. Tuckerdale 

58. Valley Home-... 

59. Wagoner 

60. Warren ville 

61. Welcome Home. 

62. West Jefferson . _ 



Totals. 



E. Z. Sexton, Jefferson 

Finley Miller, \\ est Jefferson. 
Walter Day, West Jefferson.. 

A. P. Howell, Lansing 

Glenn South, Trade, Tenn 

Frank Tucker, Warrensville . 



W. E. Denny, Lansing 

R. C. Ashley, Warrensville 

Frank Tucker, Warrensville 

Rexford Campbell, West Jefferson. 



Clifford Smith, Idlewild 

Ray Elliott, Lansing 

Lillard Turner, West Jefferson 

Paul Weaver, Lansing 

Lowell Pennington, Creston 

Ora Sullivan, Tuckerdale 

Herman Gentry, Todd 

C. B. Colvard, Rt. 1, Jefferson.... 

John M. Burkett, Warrensville 

T. J. Cockerham, Grumpier 

W. E. Vannoy, Sr., West Jefferson. 



ATLANTIC 



1 






2. 


Bayboro 


John Nance, Box 6, Aurora 


3. 


Bayview. . .. ... 


R. E. Recce, Box 1052, New Bern 


4 






5 






6. 


Bethlehem 


Jack K. Luttrell, Rt. 1, Jacksonville 


7. 


Calvary . . 


George White, Jacksonville 


R 


Cove City 




9. 


Davis.. . 


James E. Womble, Box 94, Davis 


10. 


Dover .. 


J. D. Heath, 131 E. Gordon St., Kinston. 


11. 


Enon's Chapel 


Paul L. Merrits, Sneads Ferry 


12. 


Fort Barnwell 


Julian R. Morton, Rt. 1. Dover 


13. 


Grant's Creek 


Tasso W. Siler, Maysville 


14. 


Havelock: Cherry Pt. 


Wistar W. Hamilton, 25 Poplar Drive, 




First 




15. 


J. .M. Flowers, Box 316, Havelock 


16 


Kellum. . 


0. Lee Gregory, Rt. 2, Jacksonville 

James C. Buchanan, Jr., Marshallberg. .. 


17. 


Marshallberg 


18. 


Maysville: First 


Gerald K. Riggs, Maysville 


19. 


Memorial 


A. E. Thompson, Box 4C07, Maysville... 


20. 


Midville . 


David N. Noms, Box 138, Tarawa 




Morehead City: First 




21. 


John H. Bunn, 900 Bridges St., More- 








22. 


Parkview 


W. P. Huff, Rt. I, Morehead City 


23. 


New Bern: First 


Chas. E. Parker, 304 Johnson St., New 




National Avenue. . 


Bern 


24. 


Alec F. Thompson, 515 Ruth Ave., New 




Tabernacle. 


Bern 


25. 


K. Alvin Pitt, Box 385, New Bern 


26. 


Temple 


H. W. Crump, 2111 Center Ave., New 
Bern 


?7 






W 


Oriental 


James G. Dissell, Wake Forest . . . 


29. 


Peletier _ 


R. Lee King, Swansboro 


30. 


Piney Grove (J) 


D. E. Hill, Pollocksville 


31. 


Piney (irove (0) 


PaulS.Odum, Stella 


32. 


Pollocksville 


D. E. Hill, Pollocksville 


33. 


Richlands. 


D. M. Clemmons, Richlands... ... 


34. 


Smyrna 


W. W. Rhymes, Harker's Island 


35. 


Spring Garden 


Julian R. Morton, Rt. 1, Dover 


36. 


Swansboro 


Laurie J. Atkinson, Box 284, Swansboro 


37. 


Tar Landing 


Anthony Z. Gurganus, Rt. 1, Jacksonville 


38. 


Trenton 


D. E. Hill, Pollocksville 


39. 


Vandemere 


John Nance, Box 6, Aurora 


40. 


Woodville 


James C. Buchanan, Jr., Marshallberg... 



Sherwood Robinson, Atlantic 

Robert Gaskill, Bayboro 

B. F. May, RFD 2, Newport 

Walter Reed, Rt. 1, Hubert 

Geo. Laughton, Jr., Rt. 1, Beaufort 

J. D. Avery, Rt. 1, Jacksonville 

Luther L. Morton, Box 1098, Jacksonville 

John Crowder, Cove City 

L E. Wade, Box 32, Davis 

Troy Deans, Dover 

Mrs. J. D. Baggett, Rt. 2, Jacksonville .. 

J. W. Kilpatrick, Rt. 1, Dover 

Kater Morton, Rt. 2, Jacksonville 

Lee H. Jacobs, 3 Oak Dr., Havelock 

Carlie Edwards, Forrest Hill Dr., Havelock 

Ernest L. Waters, Rt. 2, Jacksonville 

Mrs. Margaret Moore, Marshallberg 

Raymond C. Banks, Jr., Rt. 1, Maysville 
J. C. Bell, Maysville 

Edward C. Weeks, Box 138, Tarawa 
Terrace 

James B. Willis, 104 N. 10th St., More- 
head City 

Lester Turnage, Rt. 1, Morehead City 

Needham C. Crowe, 312 Johnson Street, 
New Bern 

Walter W. Smith, 1707 Wilmington St., 
New Bern 

G. M. Miller, 1007 Neuse Ave., New Bern 

James Stewart, Jr., 2201 Center Avenue, 

New Bern 

Manly G. Smith, Rt. 1, Newport 

Mitford Lewis, Rt. 1, Oriental 

Allen Vinson, Swansboro 

Julian Waller, Rt. 1, Pollocksville 

Lloyd Dennis, Hubert 

G. G. Simmons, Pollocksville 

Everitte Barbee, Richlands 

Clifton Yeomans, Smyrna 

S. A. Wilson, Sr., Rt. 2, New Bern 

Elbert Benton, Swansboro 

Ed. Cole, Rt. 2, Jacksonville 

J. Thomas Stilley, Trenton 

Milton Mizell, Vandemere 

Douglas Arthur, Rt. 1, Beaufort 



OF North Carolina 



197 



ASHE — Continued 























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a 


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Total Local 
Churc^h Ej 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


.2 5 

S £ 
_ Q 

|« 

E-i 





52. 




1 




53 


*63 










$ 14 


% 169 


$ 22 


S 191 


53. 




"> 


6 


99 


*60 












334 


6 


340 


54. 




9 


11 


100 


75 


24 










422 


80 


502 


55. 




1 




52 

85 


67 
60 


100 
29 










241 
393 


51 

64 


292 


56. 










457 


57. 




'>. 


3 


139 


87 


60 










708 


96 


804 


58. 




1 
9 


. 


62 
70 


39 
100 


23 
15 










190 
1,038 


17 

68 


207 


59. 








581 


1,106 


60. 








114 

78 
536 


106 

78 

371 


37 
48 
151 


36 


34 






2,291 

462 

10,114 


95 

49 

4,015 


2.386 


61. 


1 

4 


5 

4 






511 


62. 


81 


133 


30 


4,395 


14.129 




215 


6,492 


4,878 


2,076 


785 


346 


92 


$ 26,017 


i 86.052 


$ 12,903 


$ 98,955 









ATLANTIC 



210 
no 

72 
98 
645 
224 
167 
87 
160 
100 
128 
157 
246 

214 
335 
248 
124 
240 
142 



918 
91 



169 
850 



82 
248 



293 

128 

235 

86 

127 

359 

146 

157 

26 

60 



233 
123 
125 
93 
649 
168 
165 



146 
207 
135 

294 
441 
185 
109 
203 
185 



671 

148 



307 
665 



143 

333 

125 

125 

96 

208 

122 

256 

69 

97 

355 

134 

152 

35 

81 



105 

60 

71 

60 

237 

101 

109 

144 

138 



196 



298 



150 
50 

118 
39 
64 

154 
93 

104 
52 
48 



52 
31 

229 
98 

101 
25 
73 



29 
223 
59 
16 
25 
41 



209 
65 



49 
63 
42 
19 
32 
44 
46 
104 
13 
42 
91 
27 
26 
10 
11 



120 
20 
12 



125 

47 

1,256 



1,769 
'"416 



272 
2,510 



90 

1,322 

15,701 



5,377 



5,671 
122 



1,019 



9,358 
482 



15,627 
629 



1,263 
3,750 



2,223 
207 

5.157 

16,268 

112 

445 

" ijos 



22,326 


S 4,247 


2,043 


953 


2,938 


254 


1,706 


405 


29,357 


10,786 


4,310 


462 


6,151 


211 


1,833 


570 


7,599 


1,539 


514 


55 


2,454 


604 


2,776 


503 


2,662 


697 


11,304 


1,862 


15,542 


1,857 


4,826 


725 


5,009 


929 


5,986 


603 


19,865 


1,257 


14,262 


1,287 


27,580 


13,796 


5,571 


430 


30,997 


16,539 


23,497 


2,587 


21,456 


11,905 


5,295 


1,224 


25,357 


1,408 


3,581 


1,118 


3,236 


126 


2,382 


241 


8,173 


1,103 


4,288 


1,338 


11,397 


1,823 


2,341 


549 


8,158 


824 


28,767 


2,090 


3,832 


505 


3,214 


1,030 


740 


310 


2,276 


248 



26,573 
2,996 
3,192 
2,111 

40,143 
4,772 
6,362 
2,403 
9,138 
569 
3,058 
3,279 
3,359 

13,166 
17,399 
5,552 
5,938 
6,589 
21.122 



41,376 
6,001 



47,536 



26,084 
33,361 



6,519 
26,765 
4,699 
3,362 
2,623 
9,276 
5,626 
13,220 
2,890 
8,982 
3.857 
4,337 
4,244 
1,050 
2,524 



198 



Baptist State Convention 
ATLANTIC — Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



41. Bethel Chapel 

42. Barkers I. Mission. _ 

43. Sea Level Bp. Chapel 

44. Trent Court Mission 

Totals 



Edward A. Henderson, Box 604, Holly 
Ridge 

W. W. Rhymes, Harker's Island 

Robert N. Floyd, Box 41, Sea Level 



Haywood Jarman, Rt. 1, Jacksonville- 
Clarence Salter, Sea Level 



AVERY 



Aaron. 

Beech Mountain.. 

Belview 

Big Meadow 

Chestnut Dale 

Cranberry. 

Crossnore 

Elk Park 

Elk Valley 

Fairview 

Fall Creek 

Flat Springs 

Green Valley 

Henson Creek 

Jonas Ridge 

Minneapolis 

Mt. Pleasant 

Newland 

Oak Grove 

Pineola 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Valley 

Powder Mill 

Roaring Creek 

Stamey Town 

Sugar Mountain... 

Valley Haven 

Whites Memorial.. 
Yellow Mountain.. 

Totals 



Billie Smith, Motezuma 

L. W. Hagaman, Reece 

G. H. Dellinger, Rt. 3, Newland 

Charlie Woody, Spruce Pine 

Lloyd Shell, Box 181, Rt. 2, Marion.. 
Erby McKinney, Rt. 2, Bakersville... 
Howard Hodges, Crossnore 



D. N. Jones, Rt. 1, Elk Park 

Garfield Hughes, Rt. 1, Newland 

Ronda Earp, Vilas 

Ronda Earp, Viias 

Lloyd Shell, Box 181, Rt. 2, Marion 

Lee Pittman, Box 853, Spruce Pine 

J. A. Revels, Hickory 

D.N.Jones, Rt. 1, Elk Park 

Vilas N. Minton. 107 Spruce St., Boone. 
W. W. Abernethy, Box 332, Newland... 

Frank Parsons, Bakersville 

Frank Parsons, Bakersville 

Mack Hodge, Bakersville 

Russell Potter, Elizabethton, Tenn 

G. H. Delhnger, Rt. 3, Newland 

Guy Blair, Rt. 1, Newland 

Charlie Woody, Spruce Pine 

L. P. Hass, Lenoir 

Ira Hodges, Banner Elk 

William Grindstaff, Spruce Pine 

G. H. Dellinger, Rt. 3, Newland 



Felton Sudderth Montezuma 

Truman Church, Rt. 1, Elk Park _.. 

Dewey Gouge Cranberry 

Junior Cook, Rt. 3, Newland .. 

J. D. Isaacs, Rt. 2, Newland 

Mrs. E. L. McCourry, Cranberry... 

J. A. Webb, Crossnore 

B. H. Winters, Elk Park 

Ernest McGuire, Rt. 1, Elk Park.... 
Dewey Hughes, Rt. 2, Spruce Pine.. 

D. C. Cook, Rt. 1, Elk Park 

Cleo Jones, Rt. 1, Elk Park 

Roland McCellan, Rt. 3, Newland... 
Hobert Dellinger, Rt. 3, Newland... 

H. R. Clark, Jonas Ridge 

R. T. Lewis, Minneapolis 

R. F. Horney, Newland 

Bruce Daniels, Newland 

Scott Taylor, Newland 

George Smith, Pineola 

Ed W. Buchanan, Minneapolis 

Noah Hicks, Elk Park 

Howard Thomas, Rt. 1, Newland 

Verl Hughes, Rt. 1, Newland 

Harold Dellinger, Rt. 3, Newland- . 

Floyd Banner, Rt. 2, Newland 

Larry Draughan, Banner Elk 

Olin Burleson, Rt. 3, Newland 

Austin Buchanan, Plumtree 



BEULAH 



1. Antioch 

2. Baynes 

3. Berry's Grove. 

4. Bethany 

5. Bethel Hill.. - 

6. Beulah 

7. Blanche 

8. Calvary 



9. Ca-Vel. 



10. Clement... 

11. Ephesus... 

12. High View. 



13. Kerrs Chapel 

14. Lamberth Hill..... 

15. Lamberth Memorial 

16. Lea Bethel 



James M. Lambert, Timberlake 

Robert E. Ayers. Rt. 3, Burlington 

James M. Lambert, Box 14, Timberlake 
John Wesley, 130 Foushee St., Roxboro. 



E. L. Epperson, Rt. 1, Leasburg 

A. F. Yarbrough, Milton 

H. L. Hancock, 12 Seminary Trailer Park, 
Wake Forest 



Tom C. Williams, Rt. 1, Roxboro. 



E. H. Cannady, Rt. 2, Hurdle Mills 

A. F. Yarbrough, Milton 

Clvde Sullivan, 2934 Newland Road, 
Charlotte 

Robert E. Ayers, Rt. 3, Burlington 

W. R. Monk, 830 Durham Rd., Roxboro. 

W. Dwight Early, Rt. 1, Roxboro 

Glenn Peters, Prospect Hill 



Lawrence Rogers, Rt. 3, Roxboro 

Bernard Miles, Rt. 3, Mebane 

B. B. Clayton, Rt. 1, Hurdle Mills 

Alpha C. Day, Rt. 1, Rougemont 

Woody Rogers, Woodsdale 

T. H. Coley, Star Rt., Yanceyville 

Hulon C. Webster, Blanche 

James L. Epps, Rt. 2, Box 124A, Woods- 
dale 

P. G. Dunevant, 600 Chub Lake Street, 
Roxboro 

Mrs. John Newton, Rt. 4, Roxboro 

J. H. Zimmerman, Sr., Semora 

Talmadge Whitlow, Virgilina, Va 

John Herndon, Rt. 1, Yanceyville 

No Sunday School 

E. H. Perkins, Rt. 1, Roxboro 

Henry Oakley, Rt. 3, Mebane 



OF North Carolina 



199 



ATLANTIC — Continued 





















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Pas 

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41. 


4 

4 




25 

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24 

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32 
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s 


% 1,119 


$ 12 


<; 1,131 


42. 


in Re 


port of 


Davis 


Church 




43. 


4 




29 


54 


30 


29 


12 




139 


1.321 


260 


1,571 


44. 






Statis 


tics In 


elude d 


in R 


eport 


f First 


Church 


New Bern 
















404 


9,248 


9,141 


4,586 


2,639 


2,461 


916 


% 92,459 


$ 388,041 


$ 89,263 


8477,304 







AVERY 



1. 




2 

- 

5 

'" 10 

7 

*5 
9 
2 
1 
2 
_ 

\ 

3 

7 

""'io 

9 

1 
" 'io 

7 
7 


5 

159 

127 

51 

45 

176 

257 

*71 

198 

78 

240 

235 

151 

112 

50 

141 

153 

164 

120 

75 

277 

51 

84 

119 

60 

40 

33 

102 

113 


84 
105 
116 
90 
64 
119 
222 
*101 
90 
109 
200 
148 
80 
65 
45 
90 
125 
166 
85 
70 
169 
52 
60 
75 
69 
50 
42 
95 
63 


52 
33 
42 
50 








% 


% 1,549 

1.205 

1.639 

2,363 

557 

2,150 

5,640 

*1,762 

1,345 

511 

1,571 

653 

2,740 

1,139 

5,723 

2,352 

2,160 

8,107 

795 

555 

6,762 

206 

914 

688 

3,093 

609 

1,556 

1,625 

1,548 


% 52 


S 1,601 


2. 


2-4 
1-3 
3 
2-4 
1-3 
All 










233 
267 
193 
13 
51 
548 
90 
168 

25 

116 

211 

20 

160 

478 

72 

712 

24 

85 

325 

10 

20 

5 

38 

46 

26 

45 

50 


1,438 


3. 

4. 




9 




148 
418 


1,906 
2,556 


5. 








570 


6. 


51 
109 
57 








688 


2,201 


7. 
8. 


122 


27 


21 


6,188 
1,852 


9. 


1-3 
1-3 
1-3 
2-4 
1-3 
2-4 
1-3 
2-4 
2-4 
All 
2-4 
2-4 
1-3 
1-3 
1-3 
2-4 
2-4 
2-4 
1-4 
2-4 


60 








1,513 


10. 








511 


11. 




82 






422 


1,596 


12. 






769 


13. 










1,848 
390 

5,000 
425 


2,951 


14. 










1,159 


15. 










5,883 


16. 


44 


66 






2,830 


17. 






2,232 


18. 
19. 


110 


52 


19 


75 


165 


8,819 
819 


20. 


30 

82 








640 


21. 
22. 


68 


27 


47 


1,086 


7,087 
216 


23. 












934 


24. 










33 


693 


25. 










3,131 


26. 


" "48 
70 


25 
37 
25 








655 


27. 






490 
296 


1,582 


28. 






1,670 


29. 






1,598 




















110 


3,487 


2,849 


778 


537 


82 


143 


S 11,409 


$ 61,517 


$ 4,083 


$ 65,600 









BEULAH 



4 


13 


4 


""15 


2 


5 


4 


8 


4 


13 


2 


1 


4 


3 


4 


1 


4 


8 


3 


1 


4 


3 


2 


3 


2 




4 


19 


4 


15 



173 
109 
313 



333 

229 
114 



117 

17 

309 

170 



214 
197 
50 

110 

85 

"263 
142 



401 

186 

3,037 

555 

34,066 

22 



1.183 



3,158 
29,592 



5,125 


% 682 


2,002 


225 


15,300 


1,274 


1,597 


258 


40,726 


2,309 


2,589 


165 


1,031 


199 


7,205 


629 


10,615 


985 


33,679 


1.313 


1.258 


200 


3,197 


65 


32,059 


361 


112 


35 


5,414 


1,423 


3,696 


818 



5,807 
2,227 

16,574 
1,855 

43,035 
2,754 
1,230 



7,834 

11,600 

34,992 

1,458 

3,262 

32,420 

147 

6,837 

4,514 



200 



Baptist State Convention 
BEULAH — Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



17. 


Longhurst 


Ray L. Cumbee, Longhurst 


J. B. Dunn, Jr., Box 44, Longhurst 


IK. 


Mill Creek 


Benjamin E. Berry, Jr., Rt. 2, Roxboro. . 


Spurgeon Buchanan, Box 85, Ca-VeL 


19. 


Milton - 


A. F. Yarbrough, Milton 


James H. Powell, Blanche. . ... .. 


20. 


Montwood . -- 


C. J. Blackmon, Box 98, Ca-Vel 


William Eli Cox, Rt. 2. Rcxboro 


'1 




D. C. Craig, Rt. 1, Rougemont... 




22. 


Old Lea Bethel 


P. E. ChisenhaU, 2716 Guess Road, 








Durham 


James Blalock, Rt. 1, Prospect Hill 


23. 


Olive Branch 


John Wesley, 130 Foushee St., Roxboro. 


Jessie Mooney, Rt. 2, Roxboro. 


24. 


Providence (C). _ . 


Charles 0. Jenkins, Providence 


Allie McFarling, Rt. 1, Providence 


25. 


Providence (P) 


J. Wade Fowler, Rt. 2, Roxboro. ._ 


A. J. Walker, 1123 N. Main St., Roxboro 


26. 


Rock Grove 


C. E. Sullivan, 2934 Newland Rd., Char- 








lotte 


Merritt Gillis, Rt. 2, Roxboro 


27. 


Roxboro .-. .. 


L. G. Elliott, Roxboro 


J. D. Coggin, Box 345, Roxboro . 


28. 


Roxboro: Front St._ 


Paul Kesterson, 308 Front St., Roxboro. _ 


* William Clayton, Rt. 1, Timberlake 


29. 


Semora 


David W. Rogers, Rt. 2, Roxboro 


Thomas Scott Allen, Semora 


80. 


Shiloh 


L T. AUgood, Providence. ... 


Thomas Myers, Rt. 1, Blanche.. . . . 


31. 


Theresa _. ._ 


John Wesley, 130 Foushee St., Roxboro.. 


Jessie Clavton, Rt. 1, Roxboro. . . 


32. 


Trinity 


Milton Warf, Rt. 4, Reidsville 


P. W. Tvsinger, Rt. 1, ReidsvUle 


23. 


Yancey ville: First 

Totals 


T. C. Williams, Jr., Yanceyville 


B. T. Oakley, Yanceyville 











BLADEN 



1. Abbottsburg 

2. Beard's Chapel 

3. Bethel . 

4. Bladenboro: First 

5. West.. 


Joe A. Campbell, Bladenboro 

Thomas Hughes, Loris, S.C 

Oren Honeycutt, Dublin 

John H. McCrimmon, Bladenboro 

Joe A. Campbell, Bladenboro 

L. L. Barnes, Rt. 2, Elizabethtown 

J . L. Hooks, Rockingham 

B. F. Williams, Jr., Box 595, Elizabeth- 
town - . 

Vance Tyson, Rt. 2, Bladenboro 

Thomas Wolfe, Clark St., Clarkton 


Miss Joyce Pait, Rt. 1, Box 349, Bladen- 
boro 

Gaddie Xorris. Rt. 1, Garland 

Thomas Carroll, Box 97, Dublin 

J. J. Pittman, Bladenboro 


6. Briar Branch 

7. Butters 

8. Calvary 

9. Center Roads 

10. Clarkton 

11. Council .. . 


Norman Ma.xwell, Rt. 2, Garland 

Edward Duncan, Lumberton 

W. B. Warner, Rt. 1, Clarkton 

Ernest Singletary, Rt. 1, Elizabethtown.. 

N. B. Ellis, Clarkton 

Talmage McLean, Rt. 1, Acme 


12. Cypress Creek 

13. Dublin, First 


None Given 

B. F. WilHams, Box 595, Elizabethtown.. 


Haywood Evans, Rt. 1, Garland 

C. D. Brisson, Dublin 


15. Galeed 


S. W. Jolly, Whiteville 


E. H. Kellv, Evergreen 


16. Hickory Grove 


J. C. Shaw, Bladenboro 

Earl Hales, Fayetteville 

Jennis McLamb, Box 204, Rt. 1, Clarkton 


Ralph Lewis, Rt. 2, Bladenboro 

Mrs. Edwin C. Smith, Rt. 2, Elizabeth- 


18. Lisbon 


town 

Erwin Phillips, Council . . 


19. Nat Moore 




20. New Center 

21. Northside 


J. L. Hooks, Rockingham 

Vance Tyson, Rt. 2, Bladenboro 


Marion Ransom, Bladenboro 

T. S. Dove, Bladenboro 


23. Riverside 






24. Sandy Grove 

25. Shady Grove 

26. Sugg's Grove 

27. Tar Heel 


Gaston Hester, Bladenboro 

None 

E. C. Reeves, Rt. 2, Elizabethtown 


Emmett Guyton, Box 253, Bladenboro.. . 
Riley Evans, Rt. 1 , Clarkton 

M. K. Edge, Rt. 5, Fayetteville 


28. Tobermory 


Z. G. Ray, Elizabethtown 

Joe A. Campbell, Bladenboro 

Joel S. Johnson, White Oak 

None 

J. C. Shaw, Jr., Bladenboro 


Oscar Terry, Rt. 7, Fayetteville 


29. White Lake 


Graden Melvin, Rt. 2, Elizabethtown 


30. White Oak 


E. M. Tatum, White Oak . ... 


31. White's Creek 

32. ZionHill 


B. H. Priest, Rt. 1, Clarkton 

Kendrick Hester, Box 524, Bladenboro... 


34. Pittman Road Mis... 






Totals 













OF North Carolina 



201 



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356 
83 
119 
336 

135 
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477 
427 



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39 
81 
266 
174 
337 



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376 

252 

51 

94 

256 



227 
396 
282 

162 
730 
132 
34 
63 
248 
190 
273 



137 
126 
45 
56 
191 

95 
93 
192 
92 

55 
254 

81 



107 



67 
22 
11 
73 

18 
35 
94 
130 

28 
274 
22 
31 
18 
17 



110 



3,000 

774 



180 
'370 



661 
1,483 



4,022 
212 
797 



2,942 1,050 1,550 223 $115,323 S 295,011 



16,806 


$ 3,500 


4,965 


1,619 


1,535 


287 


5,059 


388 


8,236 


735 


2,390 


225 


4,193 


743 


10,074 


2,981 


10,578 


1,241 


2,337 


467 


31,255 


16,166 


6,660 


818 


1,023 


793 


5,479 


292 


3,969 


233 


5,245 


325 


9,602 


1,677 


95,011 


$ 43,431 



S 20,306 
6,584 
1,822 
5,447 
8,971 

2,615 
4,936 
13,055 
11,819 

2,804 
47,421 
7,478 
1,816 
5,771 
4,202 
5,570 
11,279 



S338,442 



BLADEN 



180 5, 



71 
254 
375 
191 

93 
124 

40 
275 
387 
170 
185 
225 
541 
269 
226 

26 

297 

63 

65 

88 

95 

119 

219 

200 

138 

197 

97 

203 

210 

130 

149 



224 
134 
242 
407 
230 
73 
154 

30 
342 
336 
149 
188 
247 
611 
211 
181 

36 
157 

88 
157 
156 

70 
107 
105 
233 
183 
226 

75 
108 
100 
185 
138 



163 
96 
87 
65 
128 
242 
107 
94 

27 
67 
27 
61 
107 
50 
44 
54 
97 
41 
78 
35 
51 
25 
60 
60 
61 
26 



107 
91 

81 



2,470 1,704 1,475 



41 
214 
35 



12 
39 
118 
54 
45 
78 
248 
104 
45 

5 
32 



40 



20 



S 1,549 



411 

13 

1,347 

635 
3,616 

85 
4,809 
5,287 

64 



662 
270 
64 



413 
1,530 
3,043 



10,282 



171 
180 
525 
53 
13,687 



$ 49,546 



4,519 
1,748 
5, 
27,298 
8,328 
1,819 
5,365 

1,129 
9,043 

14,689 
5,367 
4,077 
7,279 

22,424 
3,151 
7,021 

358 
7,088 
530 
1,169 
4,740 
2,680 
4,695 
2,667 
4,937 

12,553 
3,525 
1,441 
2,669 
3,947 
2,142 

17,276 



200,582 



247 
392 
532 
9,692 
460 
47 
48 

100 

629 

3,227 

1,119 

203 

982 

6,349 

2,070 

1,799 

210 

318 

30 

20 

244 

66 

693 

355 

462 

94 

1,427 

224 

213 

420 

294 

367 

17 

15 



4,406 
2,140 
5,800 
36,990 
8,788 
1,866 
5,413 

1,229 
9,672 

17,916 
6,566 
4,280 
8,261 

28,773 
5,221 
8,820 

568 

7,406 

560 

1,189 

4,984 

2,746 

5,388 

3,022 

5,399 

12,647 

4,952 

1,665 

2,882 

4,367 

2,436 

17,643 

17 

15 



? 33,445 8234,027 



202 



Baptist State Convention 

BLUE RIDGE 



Chcrches 



Pastor and Post Office 



SuNDAT School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



1. BetheL- 

2. Bethlehem 

3. Brookside 

4. Calvary 

5. Catawba Falls 

6. Catawba Heights.. . 

7. Chapel Hill 

8. Cherrv Springs 

9. Clear Creek 

10. Dysartville 

11. Faith 

12. Glenwood 

13. Greenlee 

14. Hankins 

15. Harmony Grove 

16. Hefner Memorial 

17. Hicks Chapel 

18. Laurel HiU 

19. Macedonia 

20. Marion: Clinchfield. 

21. Cross Mill 

22. East 

23. First 

24. Garden Creek 



25. West 

26. West Court 

27. Mt. Pleasant 

28. Nebo 

29. North Cove 

30. OldFort 

31. Parkers Chapel 

32. Pepper Creek 

33. Roland's Chapel... 

34. Stone Mountain 

35. Sugar Hill 

36. Sunny Grove 

37. Sunny Vale 

38. Turkey Cove 

39. Vance Avenue 

40. Vein Mountain 

41. Woodlawn 

42. Yancey Street 

43. ZionHill ...... 

44. N. Marion Mission 



Totals. 



Toy Waddle, Roebuck, S. C 

J. J. Guffey, Rt.2, Marion .... 

Franklin D. Justice, E. Marion, Marion. 

Alvin L. Leonard, Rt. 3, Marion 

Tull HoUifield, Marion 

Earl M. Duncan, 48 PuUiam St., Marion 

Millard F. Hall, E. Marion, Marion 

James Kisselburg, Rt. 2, Old Fort 

Edward P. Bennett, Rt. 4, Marion 

Frank HoUifield, Rt. 2, Rutherfordton.. 

John P. Crouch, Nebo 

J. J. Reese, Rt. 1, Glenwood 

G. H.Farrell, Rt. 1, Old Fort 



Clifton Cooper, Rt. 1, Nebo.. 

Frank Brown, Cranberry 

Kenneth Hicks, Robbinsville. 



D. R. Huntley, Rutherfordton 

Neils H. Larsen, Box 809, Marion 

B. M. Strickland, Rt. 2, Box 8, Marion . 
Millard F. Hall, East Marion, Marion . . 

Joseph P. DuBose, Jr., Marion 

R. M. Heavner, 251 Garden Creek Road, 
Marion 



J. B. Strange, Box 957, Marion. 

Ray Long, Box 907, Marion 

Sam Pless, Peachtree St., Marion 

Charles Hamrick, Nebo 

Worth Womack, .Marion 

B. Terry Thorpe, Box 395, Old Fort . . , 

T. 0. Plemmons, Rt. 2, Marion 

J. S. Pyatt, Rt. 1, Nebo 

James Morton, Marion 

Cecil Smith, Star Rt., Black Mountain. 

Sam Pless, Peachtree St., Marion 

L.B. Bishop, Rt. 1, Nebo 



Clifton Cooper, Rt. 1, Nebo 

D. C. Hardin, Rt. 2, Rutherfordton. 
D. C. Hardin, Rt. 2, Rutherfordton. 

L. B. Bishop, Nebo 

'George Anderson, Marion 

Llovd Gosnell, Rt. 2, Marion 

L. G. Redding, Rt. 3, Marion 



Mrs. K. M. Eplee, Rt. 1, Marion 

Guy Hensley, Box 521, Marion 

Abbie Anderson, Rt. 1, Old Fort 

J. E. Crawley, E. Marion, Marion 

Loren Brown, Rt. 1, Box 51, Old Fort ... 

Jack Causby, Box 144, Marion 

Talmadge Davis, Rt. 1, Box 129D, Marion 

Ira, F Knupp, Box 11, Old Fort 

Walter Hemphill, Rt. 4, Marion 

Claude B. Allison, Rt. 1, Box 103A, Nebo 

Mrs. John P. Crouch, Nebo 

Cecil Rayburn, Glenwood 

Ben Wells, Rt. 1, OldFort 

Sam Pyatt, 55 Indiana Ave., Asheville 

J. G. Norton, Rt. 1, Nebo 

EddSneed, Rt. 3, Marion 

Kelce HoUifield, Rt. 3, Marion 

Clarence Price, Rt. 1, Nebo 

Henry Sprouse, Rt. 1, Nebo 

L. C. Edney, Oak Street, Marion 

J. W. Turnmire, Box 2, Marion 

Lewis Erskine, 606 Baldwin Ave., Marion 
Robert Rowe, Marion 

Millard Robinson, Jr., Robinson Road, 

Marion 

Joe Jenkins, Cross Mill Sta., Marion 

Carl Robinson, Rt. 2, Marion 

Donald Evans, Old Fort. 

JohnT. Finley, Rt.2, Nebo 

L. H. Hensley, Marion 

Vann Hughes, Box 176, Old Fort 

S. T. Bowman, Rt. 1, Marion 

Miss Joyce Hogan, Ashford 

David Greene, Nebo 

Mrs. Flossie Vess, Black Mountain 

Robert Lawing, Rt. 2, Marion 

Jim Crosby, Rt. 1, Nebo 

Donald McFalls, Rt. 4, Box 196, Marion- 
Thomas Gibson, Marion 

R. C. Atkins, Box 393, Black Mountain.. 

James Koone, East Marion 

Lee Huskins, Rt. 3, Marion 

* Charles Willis, Marion 

Paul Sprinkle, Rt. 2, Marion 



BRIER CREEK 



1 . Antioch 

2. Barker's Grove 

3. Bethel 

4. Brier Creek 

5. Cranberry 

6. Dennyville 

7. Fairview 

8. FaU Creek 

9. Fishing Creek Arbor. 

10. Grassy Knob 

11. Ham's Grove 

12. Hebron 

13. Holly Springs 

14. Hunting Creek 

15. Lewis. 

16. Liberty 

17. Mt. Pisgah 

18. Mt. Sinai 



Vaughn Brown, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro. 
J. A. Bracken, Rt. 1, Mocksville.. 

Tommy Johnson, Elkin 

R. R. Crater, Ronda 

C. T. Henderson, Hamptonville 

P. C. Parks, Cycle 

C. M. CaU, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro 

Frank Castevens, Winston-Salem.. 

P. C. Parks, Cycle 

G. D. White, Statesville 

L. T. Younger, Union Grove 

G. D. White, Rt. 5, Statesville 



Vaughn Brown, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro. 

W. N . Hayes, N . Wilkesboro 

W. N. Hayes, N. Wilkesboro 

R. C. Lloyd, Rt. 5; Statesville 

Noah Hayes, N. Wilkesboro 



Coy Poteat, Rt. 3, N. Wilkesboro 

L. B. Hollar, Rt. 1, Union Grove 

Robert L. Day, Rt. 1, Jonesville 

C. A. Sparks, Roaring River 

Jim Roberts, Roaring River 

Ralph Gregory, Ronda 

Vernon Johnson, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro 

Thomas Haynes, Rt. 1, Jonesville 

Harley Anderson, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro 

D. C.Prevette, Rt. 1, Union Grove 

B. L. Barnett, Rt. 2, Statesville 

M. J. Goodin, Turnersburg 

B . G . Tharpe, Hamptonville 

Robert Hayes, Rt. 3, N. Wilkesboro... 

E. L. Johnson, Rt. 3, N. Wilkesboro... 
James Marlowe, Rt. 1, Moravian Falls. 

Abram Prevette, Statesville 

Guilford Johnson, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro 



OF North Carolina 



203 



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135 

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552 

452 

501 

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402 

259 

296 

58 

241 

117 

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32 

48 

69 

35 

91 

43 

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40 

103 

181 

321 

350 

62 

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383 

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96 
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60 
218 



396 8,342 7,551 3,085 1,962 1,415 430 S 96,879 



2,180 



5,936 



189 

274 

662 

1,060 



35 

17,162 

15,072 

1,654 

740 



485 

660 

17,261 

"i2'i73 



3,684 

756 

4,200 



256 
6,604 



229 
543 
425 
985 
980 
2,674 



3,412 

7,918 

493 

8,804 

234 

2,672 

6,080 

7,310 

7,535 

1,235 

1,525 

22,765 

20,759 

3, 

6,243 

3,187 



3,514 
1,642 
23,579 
30,005 
13,459 
35,173 



11,301 
9,084 

16,386 
1,301 
5,319 
1,274 

21.255 

2,072 

484 

384 

140 

1,038 

1,609 

681 

3,952 

3,381 

4.252 

2,444 

*6,767 
3,817 



% 308,378 



t 422 

605 

68 

218 

30 

220 

812 

888 

2,841 

73 

387 

703 

948 

422 

684 

116 

25 

171 

180 

3,943 

4,092 

3,681 

25,210 



3,558 

I,""' 

413 

30 



187 
,576 
246 
509 



40 
163 
223 



433 
324 

84 
656 

20 
520 



; 3,834 

8,523 

561 

9,022 

264 

2,892 

6,892 

8,198 

10,376 

1,308 

1,912 

23,468 

21,707 

4,315 

6,927 

3,. 303 

25 

3,685 

1,822 

27,522 

34,097 

17,140 

60,383 



14,859 

10,892 

16,799 

1.331 

6,407 

1,461 

26,831 

2.318 

993 

384 

180 

1,201 

1,832 

681 

4.385 

3,705 

4,336 

3,100 

6,787 

4,337 



% 62,617 1370,995 



BRIER CREEK 




1-3 
1-3 
1-3 

4 
2-5 

2 



10 

7 

19 
8 
9 
2 
4 
4 

13 
7 
3 

10 
2 
2 
8 
3 
4 

11 


227 

79 
193 

94 
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237 

40 
382 
282 
249 
158 
454 
161 
157 
142 

75 
168 
191 


154 

50 
128 

83 
151 
119 

75 
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218 
148 
109 
403 
126 

90 
108 

55 
158 

63 


74 




22 




$ 53 


67 


82 


14 




658 


73 








8 
11,281 


















87 






1,645 
1,820 














63 
146 








743 


79 


36 


























2,047 
31 
39 



























1,668 


S 134 


295 


12 


3,787 


486 


441 


21 


1,173 


254 


11,751 


51 


136 


5 


4,209 


1,753 


4,998 


66 


1,332 


643 


1,454 


342 


3,047 


2,267 


1,249 


379 


709 


15 


5,442 


40 


322 


9 


1,035 


163 


403 


16 



1,802 

307 
4,273 

462 
1,427 
11,802 

142 
5,962 
5,064 
1,975 
1,796 
5,314 
1,628 

724 
5.482 

331 
1,198 

419 



204 



Baptist State Convention 
BRIER CREEK — Continued 



Chuhches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Sttpehintendent 
AND Post Office 



19. 
20. 
21. 

99 


Mt. Vernon 

Mountain View 

New Hope 

Xew Prospect 

Oak Forest 

Oak Grove 

Pleasant Cirove 

Pleasant View 

Rocky Hill 

Shady Grove 

Shiloh 

Swan Creek 

Sweet Home 

Union 


G. D. White, Rt. 5, Statesville 

D. C. Thompson, New Hope 

T. M. Luffman, Jonesville 

R. C. Lloyd, Rt. 5, Statesville 

J. H. Luffman, Ronda 

R. C. Llovd, Statesville ________ ._ 


Rex Templeton, Rt. 5, Statesville 

C. J. Johnson, Rt. 3, N. Wilkesboro 

Walter Marlow", Moravian Falls 

R. C. Llovd, Jr., Statesville _..-.. .. 


23. 

'4 


James F. Staley, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro 


25. 

26. 

'7 


Sam H. O'Neal, Ronda . 

C. T. Henderson, Hamptonville 


Eugene Wells, Ronda 

Marshall Godbey, Moores^'ille 

Bill Shaver, Rt. 2, Statesville 


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29. 


C. T. Henderson, Hamptonville 

D. L. Temple, Jonesville 

J. A. Bracken, Mocksville 

E.G. Jordan, Elkin 

G. D. White, Rt. 5. Statesville 

Henry Swaim, 914 Wilmington Ave., 
Statesville . 


Ray Madison, Hamptonville 

D. Clint Swaim, Cycle 


31. 
32. 
33 


Robert Brown, Union Grove 

Coy Welborn, Cycle 

James M. Parks, Union Grove 


34. 


Hillside 

Totals 


A. L. Chapman, 265 Wilson St., Statesville 











BRUNSWICK 



1 




W. Luther Hawkins, Bolivia 


Otis Garner, P. 0. Box 473, Southport. ., 


9 


Bethel 




S 


Beulah 




Floyd Bennett, Shallotte 


4 




Paul F. Hardy, Bolivia 




=; 


Boones Neck 

Bowden Memorial.. . 

Elah 




Mrs. Lillie Hewett, Supply 

L. W. Phelps, Box 173, Leland 


6. 


W. G. Phelps. 3206 Caswell St., Wilimng- 




W. T. Lundv, Leland . . 


Hniistnn Williams, T.pland 


8. 


Farmers Chapel 


V. C. Potter, 37 Lee Dr., Wilmington 


T. M. Corbett, Leland 


10. 
11 


Goshen 

Gospel Center 

Jennies Branch 


V. C. Potter, 37 Lee Dr., Wilmington ... 


H. 0. Peterson, Sr., Leland 


1'' 




T. L.Ballard, Shallotte 


13 






14 




M. S. McLain, Leland .. . . .. 




15 








16 


Mill Creek 




R. S. Willetts, Jr., Bolivia 


17 


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90 








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T. F. Johnson, Bolivia 


Harry Somersett, Shallotte. . 


99 








93 


Sabbath Home 

Shallotte 

Shallotte, First 

Soldier Bay 

Southport 

Supply 

Town Creek 

Totals 






'>4 




Eldridge Ludlum, Shallotte 

H. B. Bennett, Shallotte ... . .- 


95 




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27. 

28. 
29. 


Leo F. Hawkins, Box 11, Southport 

Fred Johnson, Supply 

Weston Varnum, Supply 


E. J. Prevatte, Box 446, Southport 

Clarence Lennon, Bolivia 

J. D. Ballard, Jr., Winnabow 











BRUSHY MOUNTAIN 



1 . Beaver Creek _ _ 

2. Bethany 

3. Big Ivy 

4. Boiling Springs. 

5. Calvary 

6. Cub Creek 

7. Davis Memorial 

8. Edgewood 



Clayton Barker, Rt. 1, Ferguson 

Frank Walker, Wilkesboro 

Garland Worlev, Wilkesboro 

W. H. Carroll, Purlear 

Clyde Church, Rt. 1, Millers Creek. 
Clate Brown, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro 



Harvey White, Rt. 4, \. Wilkesboro G. G. Glass, Sr., Rt. 2, Wilkesboro 



L. Z. Walsh, Rt. 1, Boomer 

Joe Tevepaugh, Rt. 1, Moravian Falls .-. 

Mrs. Julia Summerlain, Purlear 

Turner Huffman, Purlear 

Howard Bumgarner, Rt. 4, N. Wilkesboro 
Hubert D. Wyatt, IO98V2 Sixth Street, 

N . Wilkesboro 

Will Luffman, Rt. 3, N. Wilkesboro Earl Fairchild, North Wilkesboro 



OF North Carolina 



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1-4 


20. 


2-4 


21. 


2-4 


22. 




23. 


2-4 


24. 


1-3 


25. 


All 


26. 


1-3-5 


27. 


2-4 


28. 


1-3 


29. 


1 


30. 


All 


31. 


2-4 


32. 


1-3 


33. 


2-4 


34. 


All 







39 
234 



*214 
171 
165 
250 
114 
251 
404 
139 
306 
292 
225 
526 
179 
247 
276 



7,207 



103 
60 
75 

174 
70 
148 
261 
115 
116 
131 
133 
391 
128 
211 
197 



4,803 



100 



901 



2,602 
421 



170 
5,780 



1,017 
60 



1,006 

240 

882 

3,866 

594 

1,933 

7,295 

2,270 

991 

924 

1,825 

5,253 

2,106 

5,113 

3,110 



80,859 



244 
369 



S 14,155 



1,628 
240 
1,126 
4,235 
594 
2,343 
8,000 
2,531 
1,126 
1,082 
2,554 
6,402 
2.298 
5,743 
5,004 



$ 95,014 



BRUNSWICK 



All 
All 



All 



All 
All 
All 
1- 
All 



All 
All 
All 

2 
All 

1 
All 



2-4 
2-4 
1-3 
2-4 
2-4 



All 
All 

All 
All 
All 
All 



306 
115 
61 
140 

42 

49 
138 
107 
162 

61 

57 
121 
154 
189 

80 
301 

62 
234 
118 
138 

60 

66 
133 
144 
135 
112 
394 
111 
153 



254 
81 
65 

126 
46 

40 
196 

62 
106 

54 

86 
204 
121 
191 

49 
215 

64 
197 

83 
135 

37 

62 
121 
142 
176 
147 
302 
128 
100 



129 3,943 3,580 1,684 1,07 



102 



816 



20 



3,073 
332 
905 



56 
1,250 



3,795 

1,885 

358 

220 



20,017 

7,645 

584 



221 S 42,221 $ 124,035 



6,160 
1,527 
1,312 
5,582 
1,102 



892 
363 
119 
372 
266 

70 
596 
288 
408 
515 
377 
410 

1,046 

938 

45 

556 

504 

1,489 
425 
34 
5 
525 
247 
723 
630 
203 

1,578 
998 
736 



7,052 
1,890 
1,431 
5,954 
1,368 

1,153 
6,541 
2,301 
4,662 
2,779 
1,500 
3,035 
2,992 
9,200 
1,063 
8,694 
3,284 
7,763 
1,771 
360 
325 
1,894 
2,362 
2,995 
4,457 
3,189 
31,538 
14,441 
3,399 



$ 15,358 S139,393 



BRUSHY MOUNTAIN 



163 
127 
62 
150 
127 

187 
83 
162 



18 
107 
141 

202 
90 



12,850 
1,884 



11,298 



440 



4,075 


S 749 


731 


194 


58 


6 


13,656 


106 


3,582 


112 


15,440 


542 


811 


55 


1.281 


251 



4,824 

925. 

64 

13,762 

3,694 

15,982 

866 

1,532 



206 



Baptist State Convention 
BRUSHY MOUNTAIN— Continued 



Chitrches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sdndat School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



9. Elk 

10. Fishing Creek 

11. Gordon 

12. Goshen 

13. Harmony 

14. Lewis Fork 

15. Liberty Grove 

16. Little Rock 

17. Moravian Falls 

18. Mt. Carmel 

19. Mt. Pleasant 

20. Mt. Zion 

21. N. Wilkesboro: First 

22. Hinshaw Street 

23. Second 

24. New Hope 

25. Oak Grove 

26. Oakwoods 

27. Pilgrim 

28. Pleasant Grove 

29. Pleasant Home 

30. Purlear_.--_ 

31. Roaring River 

32. Shady Grove 

33. Sharon Walker 

34. Stony Hill... _. 

35. Walnut Grove 

36. Welcome Home 

37. Wilkesboro 

38. Zion Hill 

39. Friendly Grove 

Mission Vacation 

Bible Schools: 

40. Northside 

41. Moravian Falls 

42. Wilkesboro Mission.. 



Totals. 



John R. Greene, Deep Gap 

George Walters, Elkin 

Iredell Osborne, Rt. 4, N. Wilkesboro. . 

Albert Pruitt, N. Wilkesboro 

Clyde Church, Millers Creek 

A. W. EUer, Rt. 1, Purlear 

Howard Laney, Rt. 2, N. Wilkesboro., 

N o Pastor 

No Pastor 

Van Proffitt, Ferguson 

J. C. McQueen, Jr., Rt. 1, Wilkesboro . 

Raymond Hendrix, Boone 

W. R. Wagoner, N. Wilkesboro 



Clete W. Simmons, Jonesville 

Wade Miller, Wilkesboro 

J. Glenn Huffman, Wilbar 

J. Q. Yates, Rt. 1, Millers Creek 

N Pastor 

J. C. McQueen, Jr., Rt. 1, Wilkesboro . 
Richard Byrd, Rt. 1, N. Wilkesboro... 

Clate Brown, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro 

Hunter Church, N. Wilkesboro 

Howard Laney, Rt. 2, N. Wilkesboro. . 

J. G. Cardwell, Rt. 1, Wilkesboro 

Fred A. Blevins, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro 

John West, Box 452, N. Wilkesboro... 

Clayton Barker, Rt. 1, Ferguson 

Harvey White, Rt. 4, N. Wilkesboro... 

Henry Morgan, Wilkesboro 

E. V. Bumgarner, Taylorsville 

R. A. Miller, N. Wilkesboro 



Richard F. Walsh, Rt. 1, Ferguson 

C. B. Mayberry. Rt. 3, N. Wilkesboro... 

Gilbert Osborne, Rt. 4, N. Wilkesboro 

Clay Crisp, Rt. 1, Boomer 

Clyde Reavis, Rt. 4, N. Wilkesboro 

Vernon Dyer, Rt. 1, Ferguson 

Tam S. Hutchinson, Rt. 4, N. Wilkesboro 

Ray Parsons, Rt. 1, Boomer 

H. B. Hawkins, Moravian Falls 

Arnold Wilson, Boomer 

C. M. Brown, Jr., Rt. 1, Purlear 

Paul Welborne, Rt. 4, N. Wilkesboro 

D. E. EUedge, 1224 Hinshaw St., North 
Wilkesboro 

Gwyn Jones, Rt. 1, Wilkesboro 

Rcscoe Porter, Rt. 2, N. Wilkesboro 

Tommy Church, Millers Creek 

J. Q. Yates, Rt. 1, Millers Creek 

J. C. Anderson, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro 

Earl Adams, Rt. 1, Wilkesboro 

Joe Parsons, Rt. 1, Wilkesboro 

Clate Bumgarner, Millers Creek 

D. F. Beshears, Rt. 4, N. Wilkesboro 

T. C. Osborne. Rt. 2, N. Wilkesboro 

Mrs. Willard EUer, Rt. 1, Wilkesboro 

W. H. Walker, Boomer 

G. S. McNeil, Rt. 1, Purlear 

Lee Bentley, Rr. 2, Moravian Falls 

Chalmer Dyer, Rt. 4, N. Wilkesboro 

J. E. Switzer, Wilkesboro 

W. J. Earp, Boomer 

Carl Phillips, N. Wilkesboro 



BUNCOMBE 



1. Antioch 

2. Asheville: Biltmore. 



10. 
11. 



Calvary 

Craven Street- 



Cumberland Ave. 
First 



French Broad Ave. 
Grace 



9. Merrimon Avenue. 



Patton Avenue 

Reed Memorial... 



12. Sand Hill... 

13. State Street. 

14. West 

15. Bald Mountain 



R. M. Snyder, Stocksville 



J. Lester Lane, 34 Pinellas St., Asheville.. 

Woodrow Flynn, 158 Westwood PI., Ashe^ 

ville 

Mack A. Burgin, 80 W. Chestnut, Ashe- 
ville 

W. Perry Crouch, 333 Charlotte Street, 
Asheville 

E. B. Shoff, 12 Westchester Dr., Asheville 

C. D. Bessinger, 145 Vermont Avenue, 
Asheville 

B. G. Bass, 50 Fenner Ave., Asheville 



Ray Billings, 405 Haywood St., Asheville 

Henry 0. Hearn, 56 Ridgecrest Road, 
Biltmore 

W. T. Connor, 27 Salola St., Asheville.. 

Marlow A. Stroup, 143 S. Liberty Street, 
Asheville 

Nane Starnes, 40 Blue Ridge Ave., Ashe- 
ville 

Frank Hollifield, Rt. 3, Rutherfordton . . . 



Dewey King, Rt. 2, Weaverville 

Carlyle Franklin, 157 Reed Street, Bilt- 
more 

C. E. Norman, 182 Virginia Ave., Asheville 

Edwin McDevitt, 47 Hubbard St., Ashe- 
ville 

Richard Rice, 48 N. Street, Asheville 

Burgin Pennell, 2 Windsor Rd., Asheville 
Herbert Dunlap, 42 Garden Cr., Asheville 

Neal Pyatt, Rt. 1, Asheville 

W. S. Proctor, 131 Washington Road, 
Asheville 

Hurdas Tiller, 7 Delaware St., Asheville.- 

Ralph W. Tilson, 41 Oakley Rd., Biltmore 
Grady C. Swain, 140 State St., Asheville. 

C. H. Moore, 52 Stewart St., Asheville. . 

Wayne Cooper, 139 Smoky Park Highway, 
Asheville 

Wilburn Davis, Star Rt., Black Mountain 



OF North Carolina 



207 









BRUSHY MOUNTAIN 


— Continued 










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Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


.2 3 
H 


o 


9. 


2 
4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
1 

4 
4 
2 
2 
1 
2 
3 
2 
2 
2 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
2 
2 


"16 
14 
5 
19 
6 
2 
1 

9 
2 
1 

33 

30 
9 

19 
9 
4 
1 
9 
6 

12 
5 

4 

" ii 

14 
32 

""l2 


103 
455 
252 
135 
125 
301 
253 
225 
192 
97 
337 
152 

925 
457 
132 
252 

62 
183 
155 
212 
339 
192 
111 

45 

85 
150 
355 
297 
453 
261 

34 


90 
428 
154 
109 
104 
195 
187 
176 
191 
104 
130 

88 

1,044 
320 
120 
264 

68 
148 

99 
182 
320 
183 
117 

40 
115 

80 
182 
263 
418 
200 

72 


46 
169 
43 
74 
84 
114 
90 
94 
140 
60 
71 
60 

288 
155 
78 
68 
35 
90 
59 
121 
81 
102 
114 
25 
29 
42 
101 
115 
166 
128 
49 

71 
28 
46 








S 55 


{ 834 

8,067 
2,411 
2,801 
5,427 
4,787 

15,616 

5.404 

2,996 

803 

19,930 
2,172 

46,145 

7,538 

875 

3,217 

311 

1,379 

1,689 

2,533 

8,485 

3,605 

2,473 

268 

711 

923 

3,382 

4,125 

29,127 

3,326 

6,490 


$ 153 

687 
30 
130 
293 
147 
467 
450 
705 
70 
324 
173 

10,605 
686 
162 
621 

49 
558 
158 

31 
783 
462 
531 

53 

70 
368 
571 
557 
3,272 
783 

77 


$ 987 


10 




84 




8,754 
2,441 


11. 






12. 










2,931 


13. 
14. 


75 
53 
38 
75 
38 
45 
55 


15 




2,238 
1,920 
10,214 

68 


5,720 
4,934 


15. 
16. 

17. 
18. 


29 
51 
12 


'"'"47 


16,083 

5,854 

3,701 

873 


19. 
20. 


68 


15 


10,100 
200 

9,008 
963 


20,254 
2,345 


21. 
22. 
23. 


127 


260 
23 


72 


56,750 
8,224 
1,037 


24. 


83 


9 






3,838 


25. 






360 


26. 

27. 


62 


23 


25 




1,937 
1,847 


28. 


41 
62 
90 

85 






485 
435 
660 

84 


2,564 


29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 


41 
14 
13 


20 
36 

7 


9,268 

4,067 

3,004 

321 


33. 










781 


34. 
35. 


'""70 
75 
93 


16 




60 


1,291 
3,953 


36. 
37. 
38 


85 
136 


12 
51 


"l7;766 

300 

5,465 


4,682 

32,399 

4 109 


39. 

40. 




16 




6,567 


41. 
























42. 


















































334 


8,388 


7,049 


3,503 


1,340 


938 


296 


$ 86,534 


$ 237,484 


$ 26,041 


J263 525 









BUNCOMBE 



1. 


4 


4 


139 


80 


44 


50 






S 1,036 


S 4,047 


S 304 


$ 4,351 


2. 
3. 




22 

58 


562 
1,664 


453 
1,511 


111 

488 


138 
369 


91 
200 


55 
115 


380 

1,785 


13,342 
91,824 


1,989 
19,538 


15.331 
111,362 


4. 




33 


908 


667 


254 


260 


128 


100 


1,707 


23,192 


5,489 


28,681 


5. 




8 


197 


188 


71 


53 


45 


25 


600 


10,565 


1,365 


11,930 


6. 

7. 




105 

4 


3,033 

85 


2,346 
90 


739 


672 

48 


507 
29 


100 


23,000 


186,909 
4.111 


44,286 
769 


231,195 
4,880 


8. 




24 


550 


650 


182 


278 


196 


54 


3,963 


30,488 


17,256 


47,744 


9. 
10. 




14 
16 


598 
465 


424 
325 


152 
144 


90 
124 


93 

46 


""48 


2,302 
2,424 


17,619 
10,898 


3,295 

841 


20,914 
11,739 


11. 
12. 




23 
11 


490 
125 


424 
128 


185 
57 


184 


98 


33 


39 
565 


11,942 
6,452 


4,157 
132 


16,099 
6,584 


13. 


2 


3 
62 


165 

1,391 
26 


95 

1,491 
36 


90 

403 
14 


36 
362 


12 
352 






1,774 

49,808 
1,042 


55 

32,679 
79 


1,829 


14. 
15. 


80 


3,917 
275 


82,487 
1,121 



208 



Baptist State Convention 
BUNCOMBE— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



16. Beaverdam. 



17. Bee Tree 

18. Bent Creek __ 

19. Berea 

20. Bethel 

21. Beverly Hills. 



22. Big Ivy 

23. Bingham Heights. 

24. Black Mountain.. 

25. Brown's Chapel. - 

26. Buckeye 

27. Buena Vista 



28. Chapel Hill 

29. Chestnut Grove. 

30. Chestnut Hill... 

31. Chunn's Cove... 



32. Cole's Cove.. 

33. Corinth 

34. Deaver View. 



35. Edgewood 

36. Elk Mountain^ 



37. Emma 

38. Emma's Grove. 

39. Enka 



40. Fairview ... 

41. Flat Creek 

42. Gashes Creek.. 

43. Glady 

44. Grassy Branch. 



45. Grovestone. 

46. Hominy 

47. Inanda 

48. Jupiter 

49. Kerlee 

50. Lakewood. . 



51. Liberty 

52. Long Shoals... 

53. Long's Chapel. 

54. Macedonia 

55. Maple Ridge.. 

56. Midway 

57. Morgan Hill.. 

58. Mt. Carmel... 



59. Mt. Olive 

60. Mt.Pisgah 

61. Mountain View. 

62. New Bridge 



63. New Found 

64. New Liberty 

65. New Morgan Hill.. 

66. New Salem 

67. N. Black Mountain. 

68. Oak Grove 

69. Oakley 



W. G. Russell, 45 Wild Cherry Rd., Ashe- 
ville 

Joe Hawkins, Rt . 2 , Asheville 

G. H. Shope, Jr., Rt. 3, Asheville 

A. D. Smith, Rt. 2, Asheville. 

A.E.Edney, Flat Rock 

William A. Snyder, 8 Huntington Road, 

Asheville 

Ralph Nix, Barnardsville 

Thomas A. Harper, 5 Parker Rd., Biltmore 

Wilbur A. Huneycutt, Box 656, Black 

Mountain 

Claude Bradley, Rt. 1, Weaverville 

J. N. Shuford, Rt. 1, Swannanoa 

Joel A. Ferguson, 61 Rock Hill Rd., Bilt- 
more 



Odell Barnwell, Rt. 1, Fletcher. 



L. 0. Vess, Rt. 1, Swannanoa 

A.J. Buckner, 5 Mineral Spgs. Rd., Ashe- 
ville 



Paul Hyder, Rt. 2, Weaverville 

Joe Williams, Rt. 2, Canton 

J. Lloyd Wolfe, 159 Johnston Blvd., 
Asheville 



Henry DeWeese, Elk Mountain Road, 
Asheville 

B. E. Samples, Rt. 4, Asheville 

L. G. Hendrix, Rt. 1 , Fletcher 



Lawrence Pruitt, Fairview 

J. H . Lackey, Stocksville 

H. E. Benfield, Rt. 2, Asheville. . . . 
Charles Sprinkle, Rt. 2, Candler — 
LeRoy Thomas, Rt. 1, Swannanoa. 



James Frizsell, Rt. 5, Asheville... 

M. D. Smith, Box 111, Candler 

William 0. King ... 

Rex Collins, 201 Jonestown Rd., Asheville 
Clyde Parham, 179 Woodfin St., Asheville 
Eugene Byrd, Black Mountain 



Frank B. Hopkins, Rt. 2, Candler 

H. W. Burleson, 93 Blake Dr., Royal 
Pines, Arden 

Russell Gillespie, Rt. 1, Leicester 

E.J. Hall, Rt. 1, Alexander 

J. A. Green, Rt. 3, Asheville . 

Jesse Mauck, 52 Hillside St., Asheville... 

Homer Tomberlin, Rt. 2, Weaverville 

C. 0. Vance, Rt. 4, Box 232, Asheville... 

E. R. Bartlett Box 7042, Asheville 



Robert G. Clayton, Oteen 

W. G. Rhinehardt, 101 Elk Mountain Rd., 
Asheville 

H. E. Davis, Box 42, Leicester 

W. A. Rich, Langren Hotel, P. 0. Box 
2990, Asheville 

M. L. Kirstein, 62 Westate Rd., Asheville 

M. H. Pittman, Rt. 6, Asheville 

Jack Johnson, Weaverville 

John J. Huntley, Fletcher 

Frank B. Robinson, 2 Woodlawn Ave., 
Biltmore 



C. H. Dean, 1 Killian Road, Asheville ... 

J. B. Adams, Rt. 1, Swannanoa 

Cecil Fox, 667 Sandhill Rd., Asheville.... 

L. P. Huskey, Rt. 2, Asheville 

Floyd Lunsford, Rt. 4, Asheville 

E. W. Frink, Box 2869, Asheville 

E. W. Cannon, Barnardsville 

J. T. Ellenburg, 65 Washington Avenue, 
Asheville 

C. J. Wilson, Black Mountain 

* Paul Whittamore, Rt. 1', Weaverville.. 
W. C. Peek, Swannanoa 

Arnold Burgess, 93 Lean-Hurst Road, 

Asheville 

L. G. Bradley, Rt. 5, Asheville 

T. L. Buckner, Rt. 1, Barnardsville 

Ernest Craig, Rt. 6, Asheville 

Westray Daves, 68 Pinedale Rd., Ashe- 
ville 

John Rowe, Box 214, Stocksville 

Conley Boyd, Rt. 1, Leicester 

S. W. Harris, Rt. 3, Box 804, Asheville. . 

Isaac N. Byrd, 109 Montane Avenue, 

Asheville 

Jack Penley, 1 Penlev Ave., Asheville. . 
Joe E. Hall, 15 Brookshire PL, Asheville. 

Roland C. Wright, Rt. 6, Asheville 

Fraiik Crawford, 865 Sandhill Rd., Ashe- 
ville 1.. 

Morgan Ashworth, Rt. 6, Asheville 

Willie Lankford, Rt. 3, Weaverville 

Dal Dotson, Rt. 5, Asheville 

M. J. Plemmons, Rt. 1, Box 168, Candler 
Stewart Meredith, 79 Pinedale Road, 

Asheville 

Clifford Chapman, Swannanoa 

H.L.Peebles, Rt. 3, Candler ....... 

Vernon Penley, Rt. 3, Asheville.. i 

Mrs. Mildred Pickens, Rt. 3, Weaverville 

Horace Blankenship, Black Mountain 

Mrs. W. T. Shook, Box 22, Black Moun- 
tain 

Wilburn H. Parham, Rt. 3, Candler 

Jerome Ray, 17 Armore St., Biltmore 

James Taffer, Rt. 1, Box 288, Asheville.. 

G. Wiley Brown, Rt. 1, Leicester 

Willard Wright, Leicester 

J. D . Sellars, Rt. 2, Asheville 

Charles Morgan, Rt. 2, Weaverville 
E. W. Roberson, Rt. 4, Box 241-C, Ashe- 
ville 

Thurman Lunsford, Rt. 2, Asheville 

Harold McCarson, Rt. 1, Box 346, Candler 
Pat Willet, Rt. 1, Black Mountain 

Roy Morgan, 37 Melrose Ave., Asheville 
Edwin M'ilson, 29 Morris St., Asheville.. 

Clarence C. Redmon, Rt. 4, Asheville.. 
Landon McKinney, Rt. 3, Candler. 

J. W. Carver, Rt. 5, Asheville 

R. R. Gardner, Barnardsville 

Roland Whitaker, Skyland 

V. A Cogburn, 139 Third Ave., Biltmore 



OF North Carolina 
BUNCOMBE — Continued 



209 













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13 


441 


7 


110 


23 


403 


12 


182 




143 


16 


208 




198 




132 


26 


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*248 


7 


95 


15 


104 




61 


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62 


10 


332 


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39 


4 


138 


12 


282 


16 


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166 


2 


176 


5 


204 


15 


317 


13 


287 


8 


170 


16 


217 


7 


158 


20 


451 


5 


125 


1 


123 


4 


182 




47 


17 


282 




109 


14 


250 


9 


223 


10 


150 


4 


25 


13 


231 


10 


328 


( 


193 


9 


123 


16 


156 


11 


407 


7 


357 


1 


50 


3 


320 


2 


85 


6 


131 


10 


92 


12 


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452 
60 
199 
118 
100 

253 
114 



468 

*206 

142 



201 
48 
106 



144 

West 

120 

160 

201 
181 
280 
80 

160 
158 
410 
120 
71 
155 

54 

272 

97 
120 
114 
100 

34 
128 

233 
50 
154 
152 

308 
207 

75 
243 

60 
104 
114 

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109 

145 

78 

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76 



58 
146 



56 



44 

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46 

77 
50 
52 
104 
52 



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11 

45 
34 
44 
51 



40 



9,139 
3,078 



,500 
*657 
829 



596 



56 



137 

407 

1,161 

692 

334 

1,497 

'31707 



337 

703 

3,700 



3,135 

2,045 

32,267 

33 



1,415 



631 
26,195 



16 
1,328 



2,521 



75 
'446 



14 



7,393 



21,714 
2,175 
6,278 
3,799 

11,696 

16,078 
2,731 

1,679 

26,713 
•2,533 
5,032 



4,817 

1,068 

996 

1,296 



6,974 

509 

1,823 

10,742 

7,768 

6,770 
1,702 
5,985 

8,478 
6,159 
7,428 
16,184 
3,172 

6,951 
6,223 
46,638 
3,176 
1.891 
3,539 

3,135 
14,581 

4,364 



8,506 
1,200 



3,011 

33,772 

753 

5,147 

5,053 

12,769 
10,287 

1,460 
5,443 
407 
1,321 
4,966 

19,331 



4,878 
145 
267 
270 
210 

1,934 
329 



9,540 

59 

324 



30' 
7 

66 
41 



1,071 

1 

316 

1,247 

3,464 

234 

63 

363 

1,994 
997 

1,802 

483 

40 

373 
230 
5,472 
123 
141 



213 
1,262 

461 

60 

1,060 

15 

7 
44 

2,776 

84 

575 

516 

3,400 
780 

43 
728 
134 
100 
211 



SS 26,592 
2,320 
6,545 
4,069 
11,906 

18,012 
3,060 



36,253 
2,592 
5,356 



5,124 
1,075 
1,062 
1,337 



8,045 

510 

2,139 

11,989 

11,232 

7,004 
1,765 
6,348 

10,472 
7,156 
9,230 

18,667 
3,212 

7,324 
6,453 
52,101 
3,299 
2,032 
4,237 

3,348 
15,843 

4,825 
60 
9,566 
1,215 
7 
3,055 

36,548 

847 

5,722 

5,569 

16,169 
11,067 

1,503 

6,171 

541 

1,421 

5,177 

21,243 



210 



Baptist State Convention 
BUNCOMBE— Continued 



Churches 


Pastor and Post Office 


Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 


70. Oteen . -.- 


G. Hanford Hamby, Oteen Branch, Box 
9026, Asheville 






Edgar Green, Box 9348, Asheville 


71. Paint Fork 


C. M. Cameron, 20 Monte Vista Road, 
Candler 




C. M. Cameron, 20 Monte Vista Road, 


72. Pine Burr Park 

73. Pleasant Hill 


Adrian Vaughn, Rt. 1, Weaverville 

A. H. Parham, Rt. 3, Candler 


Candler 

James R. Bassett, Rt. 2, Weaverville 


74. Pole Creek 


J.J. Buckner, Rt. 3, Candler 


Harold Pittman, Rt. 3, Candler 








76. Ridgeway ._ 


A. N. HoUis, Jr., Rt. 3, Candler 


Kelly Whitt, Rt. 3, Candler . . 




Edward G. Altland, 9 Skyland Circle, 










D. K. Brevard, Fletcher 


Road, Asheville 


78. Skyland 


Mrs. E. A. Buttler, Skyland 








80. Starnes Cove 


C. D. Sawyer, 149 Starnes Cove Road, 
Asheville. ... 




81. Sulphur Spgs. Park.. 


Robert Harris, Box 67, Asheville 

Bryce H. Wright, Rt. 3, Candler 

Charles W. Smith, Swannanoa 

J. H. Black, 26 Austin Ave., Asheville ... 
Thomas Young, 20-B W. Terrace Apts., 

Asheville 

L. D. Munn, Weaverville 

W. F. Wagoner, Rt. 1, Candler 

Clifford Burnette, Box 823, Black Moun- 
tain 

W. D. Ruth, 1619 Haywood Road, Ashe- 
ville 


Asheville 

Joe Carver, 33 Hi-Alta Avenue, Asheville 




Asheville 

E. Vincent Crist, Rt. 1, Box 67, Swanna- 


84. Trinity 

85. Victory 


noa 

Frank Taylor, Rt. 1, Fletcher 


86. Weaverville 


J. B. Wright, Rt. 1, Asheville 

Wiley Smith, Weaverville 


87. White Rock :... 


Wallace Sams, Rt. 1, Box 208, Candler 


88. Wilkey 




89. ZionHill 

Missions: 


Roy Melton, Rt. 1, Black Mountain 

J. R. Owenby, Rt. 1, Leicester 


91. Arden Chapel 






92. Revell Memorial .. 


Robert H. Bruhn, 137 Woodfin Street, 




Totals 













BURNT SWAMP 



1. 


Antioch ... 


Joseph Oxendine, Rt. 1, Shannon 


Chester Smith, Rt. 1, St. Pauls 


2. 


Bear Swamp. 


T. M. Swett, Rt. 1, Rowland 


Clennie H. Maynor, Rt. 1, Pembroke 


3. 


Berea .. 


Richard E. Bailey, P.O. Box 231, Pem- 








broke 


Bennie R. Sampson, Pembroke 


4. 


Bethel Hill.... 


J. E. Hammond, Rt. 1, Shannon.. 


Reece Hunt, Rt. 1, St. Pauls 


."). 


Beulah 


L. A. Maynor, Rt. 1, Pembroke 


McKinley Strickland, Rt. 1, Rowland 


6. 


Burnt Swamp 


R. B. Jacobs, Pembroke 


Horace E. Howmgton, P. 0. Box 235, 
Pembroke . . 


7. 


Cape Fear 


C. H. Maynor, Red Springs 


Carson Morrison, Rt. 2, Box 31-A, 
Fayetteville 


8. 


Cedar Grove . 


David Brewington, Rt. 1, Rowland 


Ray Chavis, Rt. 3, Fairmont 


9. 


Cherokee Chapel 


Purcell Locklear, Rt. 1, Lumber Bridge.. 


T. W. Stewart, Rt. 1, Box 320A, White- 

viUe 

Luther Dimery, Rt. 1, Pembroke 


10. 


Deep Branch 


T. M. Swett, Rt. 1, Rowland 


11. 


Dog Wood 


L. B. Jacobs, Rt. 3, Lumberton 


Jack Hunt, Rt. 2, Rowland 


12. 


Galilee 


Classic Locklear, Rt. 4, Red Springs 


Early Locklear, Rt. 2, Red Springs 


13 




Rufus Burns, Rt. 4, Lumberton 

L. W. Jacobs, Pembroke 


Thurman Chavis, Rt. 1, Box 113, Maxton 


14. 


Harper's Ferrv 


B. H. Lowry, Rt. 1, Rowland 


1.5. 


Island Grove ... 


Isiah Locklear, Wakulla 


Jimmie Bryant, Pembroke... ...... 


16 


Leith Creek 


Sanford Locklear, Rt. 1, Pembroke 

Purcell Locklear, Rt. 1, Lumber Bridge .. 


A. D. Driggers, Rt. 1, Maxton 


17. 


Lowrv's Chapel. ... 


Roscoe Lowry, Rt. 1, Shannon 


18 


Mt. Airy 


L. W. Jacobs, Pembroke 


J. L. Carter, Rt. 1, Box 189, Pembroke .. 


10 


Mt Elim 




Lonnie L. Locklear, Red Springs 

M. L. Chance, Rt. 3, Lumberton.. 


?,() 


Mt. Moriah 


C. E. Locklear, Pembroke . 


21, 


Mt. Olive 


T. >'. Swett, Rt. 1, Rowland 


Marshall Locklear, Rt. 3, Lumberton .. 


?.? 


New Bethel 


R. W. Maynor, Pembroke 


Clifton Simmons, Rt. 2, Clinton. . 


23. 


New Hope 


C. E. Locklear, Pembroke 


Roscoe Jacobs, Rt. 1, Box 47, Bolton 



OF North Carolina 



211 











BUNCOMBE- 


— Continued 










1 


o. 


o. 


j= S 
SB 

-a c 


1 = 

111 

> 


Ms 


. o 


■a c 

is 
1 ° 

OH 

m 


H is 


Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


ai 
.2 ^ 

— o. 




70. 

71. 
72. 
73. 
74. 
75. 
76. 

77. 
78. 
79. 

80. 
81. 

82. 

83. 
84. 

85. 
86. 
87. 

88. 

89. 
90. 
91. 

92. 


4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 

4 
4 

4 

4 
4 

4 

4 
4 

4 

4 
4 

4 

4 


20 

9 
2 

17 
6 

41 

14 

7 

14 
12 

11 

28 

23 
35 
10 

1 

10 
Statist 


388 

30 
93 
141 
344 
249 
420 

467 
109 

80 

253 
64 

115 

808 
24 

367 
415 
343 

49 

260 

13 

ics and 


259 

30 
105 
124 
242 
137 
384 

256 
137 
61 

221 

71 

108 

586 
30 

220 
451 
189 

30 

160 

20 

Finan 


117 


131 


46 




1 12,032 


$ 19,028 

241 
4,158 
3,641 

13,605 
6,632 

13,359 

13,249 
6,278 
1,914 

7,614 
2,623 

4,963 

10,856 
2,154 

6,741 
8,395 
9,701 

294 

5,668 

68 

in report 


1 1,857 

10 

628 

529 

633 

7,040 

3,055 

3,934 
186 
122 

938 

42 

6,310 
253 

378 

3,908 

665 

13 

714 
15 
of First 

(Ashevil 


$ 20.885 
251 


53 








833 
275 
4,568 
101 
94 

""ii754 
1,493 

56 


4,786 








4,170 


105 


133 


52 

67 
95 

72 
16 


47 
32 
62 

31 


14,238 
13,672 


206 

135 

68 


161 

127 
70 


16,414 

17,183 
6,464 
2,036 


98 
70 

94 

140 

203 

93 


98 


54 


42 


8,552 
2,623 


43 

180 
19 

54 
156 

78 


11 
192 


59 


1,600 

1,445 
941 

1,701 

506 


5,005 

17,166 
2,407 






7.119 


128 
55 


54 

17 


12,303 
10,366 

307 




79 


13 






6,382 






83 


cialGif 


ts and 


Expen 


ditures 


included 


Church 

le) 




1.106 


26.211 


21,837 


8,214 


6,600 


3,784 


2,545 


$ 

184,904 


$ 

1,001,428 


$ 
215,418 


1 
1,216,846 









BURNT SWAMP 





42 


110 


93 








$_ 


25 


278 


366 


173 


47 


78 


12 


325 


16 


181 


247 


130 


89 


20 




808 


15 


145 


186 


137 




25 


12 






31 


86 


62 





32 


15 




2 


25 


77 


66 












40 


132 


44 


82 






170 




83 


131 


80 










4 


67 


130 


57 




20 


15 




17 


228 


225 


108 


60 


42 


32 




5 


67 


125 


146 




13 




115 


5 


29 


132 


100 










4 


54 


126 


55 










8 


448 


568 


169 


52 


60 




1,575 


20 


100 
18 


260 

48 


90 
42 




50 


20 




2 


22 


103 


90 


62 




22 




8 


220 


389 


175 


81 


128 


43 




13 


210 


180 


35 


49 


17 




75 


2 


176 


283 


157 


68 


20 








132 


157 


96 




17 




5,089 


4 


181 


220 


123 










21 


129 


169 


132 








475 



$ 2,083 


$ 119 


4,807 


722 


5,877 


769 


868 


98 


478 


122 


2,284 


170 


1,016 


185 


1,162 


90 


722 


134 


961 


116 


520 


55 


752 


20 


517 


21 


5,129 


778 


2,926 


112 


240 


10 


450 


41 


12,167 


379 


1,325 


225 


1,571 


218 


5,925 


275 


1,514 


181 


2,663 


144 



$ 2,202 
5,529 



6,646 



600 



1,201 
1,252 

856 

1,077 

575 

772 

538 

5,907 

3,038 

250 

491 

12,546 

1,550 

1,789 

6,200 

1,695 

2,807 



212 



Baptist State Convention 
BURNT SWAMP — Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



24. New Point 

25. Oak Grove 

26. Pee Dee Chapel. 



27. Pembroke, First 

28. Piney Grove 

29. Pleasant View 

30. Reedy Branch 

31. Smyrna 

32. Tabernacle 

33. Ten Mile Center 

34. Union 

Zion Hill 

Mission Vacation 

Bible School: 
Gospel Tabernacle - 



Totals. 



35 



36. 



Sanford Locklear, Rt. 1, Pembroke. 

R. W. Maynor, Pembroke 

Smiley Chavis, Rt. 3. Laurinburg _ . 



Chesley Hammond, Rt. 1, Rowland 

R. W. Maynor. Pembroke 

L. B. Jacobs, Rt. 3. Lumberton 

C. W. Maynor. Rt. 1, Pembroke 

Delton Morgan, Rt. 5, Lumberton 

J. L. Locklear, P. 0. Box 6, Pembroke. 

Winfred Locklear, Rt. 1, Pembroke 

Wade Locklear, Rt. 4, Red Springs 

J. E. Hammonds, Rt. 1, Shannon 



Kern Morgan. Rt. 2, Lumberton 

Smiley Chavis, Rt. 3, Laurinburg 

James C. Clark, Rt. 1, Box 147-B, Clio, 

S.C 

Herbert G. Oxendine, Pembroke 

Budd Hunt, Rt. 3, Fairmont 

J. 0. Oxendine, Rt. 3, Fairmont 

C. S. Warriax, Rt. 1, Rowland 

Clarence Hammonds, Rt. 5, Lumberton.. 

James Chavis, Rt. 4, Lumberton 

F. H. Epps, Rt. 3, Lumberton 

H. S. Fields, Rt. 1, Lumberton 

Leander Oxendine, Rt. 4, Lumberton 



CABARRUS 



1. Coldwater 

2. Community 

3. Concord: Bethlehem. 

4. Brightlight 

5. Broadus Memorial 

6. Brookdale 

7. Eastside 

8. First 

9. Fisher Street 

10. Immanuel 

11. Kerr Street 

12. McGill Street 

13. Parkwood 

14. Southside 

15. West 

16. White Park 

17. Wilmar Park 

18. Young Street 

19. Faith Chapel 

20. Four Lane 

21. Glorieta 

22. Hahn Memorial 

23. Harrisburg 

24. Howell's 

25. Kannapolis: 

Blackwelder Park 

26. Calvary 

27. Center View 

28. First 

29. Franklin Heights. 

30. Jackson Park 

3 1 . Lakewood 

32. Memorial ._. 



Farrel Shimpock, Rt. 13, Concord 

R. J. Haigler. 98 St. Charles St., Concord. 
Nathan Helms, 112 N. White St., Concord 
Johnnie Morton, Ross St., Concord 

J. A. Hill, Rt. 1, Box 354-D, Charlotte... 
William Anthony, Rt. 8, Box 1021, Con- 
cord 

G. C. Watson, 251 N. Church St., Concord 
Thurman Stone, 432 S. Union St., Con- 
cord 

Ronald King, 1205 Sunset Dr., Kannapolis 
Bill Cochrane, 586 S. Spring St., Concord 
Alfred Staley, 194 Academy St., Concord. 

John Knight, 202 McGill St., Concord..- 
J. H. Clark, 7 Parkwood Dr., Concord... 
H. A. Privette, Short and Jackson Street, 

Concord 

Loyal Joner, White St., Concord 

J. C. Furr, Rt. 1, Harrisburg 

John Garner, 735 Wilmar Dr., Concord .. 
Victor Trivette, 76 Skipwith St., Concord 
Quinn Morgan, Box 976, Rt. 8, Concord. 

E. M. Ferguson, Rt. 2, Box 97-A, Kan- 
napolis 

Jack Guffey, Box 312, Mt. Pleasant 

Clifford Honeycutt, Gen. Del., Newell... 

Henry Smith, 105 N. Dr., Concord 

Herman Greene, Rt. 4, Concord 

W. C. Francis, Rt. 5, Kannapolis 

Horace Kenny, P. 0. Box 66, Kannapolis 
E. W. Pate, 501 Walter St., Kannapolis. . 
Charles Coffey, 1200 S. Main St., Kan- 
napolis 

Ivan Hart, 528 Wright St., Kannapolis.. 
Calhoun Johnson, 1104 Mable Avenue, 

Kannapolis 

John Hass, Rt. 5, Box 220, Kannapolis 

Henry Register, P. 0. Box 804, Kan- 
napolis 



Webster Love, 506 Gibson St., Concord. . 

Bobby Biggers, Rt. 4, Concord 

Alvin Eury, Rt. 1, Box 225-A, Harrisburg 
Charles Willis, 3005 Juniper St., Kan- 
napolis - 

James Ferguson, Rt. 1, Concord 

Henry Gaddy, 8175 Ridge Ave., Kan- 
napolis 

Joe Shue, 114 Cabarrus Cr., Concord 

W. J. Ellison, 24 Patton Ave., Concord .- 
Price Hatlev, P. 0. Box 817, Kannapolis. 
J. C. Hartsell, Rt. 1, Box 486, Concord.. 
William Mabry, 246 Academy St., Con- 
cord - 

Wiley Yow, 120 Smith St., Concord 

Eugene Baker, 110 School St., Concord .. 

C. C. Cox, Jr., P. 0. Box 587, Concord .. 

Troy Hill, 47 Porter Ave., Concord 

0. L. Honeycutt, Jr., Rt. 1, Harrisburg .. 

Graham Simmons, Box 982, Concord 

James Furr, 212 Young St., Concord 

Richard Corntassel, Sherwood Lane, Con- 
cord 

George Furr, Jr., 308 S. East Avenue, 
Kannapolis 

G. G. Rimmer, Rt. 1, Mt. Pleasant 

Marvin McCall, 3113 Shamrock Drive, 
Charlotte 

Bruce Deal, Rt. 12, Box 110-A, Concord . 

Jessie Connell, Rt. 1, Midland 

Fred Poole, Rt. 5, Box 775, Kannapolis.. 
Fred Pavne, 213 E. 10th St., Kannapolis. 
R. H. Godfrey, 602 Ford St., Kannapolis. 

Woodrow Humphries, Rt. 1, China Grove 
Rankin Baker, Rt. 1, Kannapolis 

J. V. Corn, 906 Brantly Rd., Kannapolis. 
George Price, 322 Pine St., Kannapolis.. 



John Owings, 101 S. 
napolis 



Rose Ave., Kan- 



OF North Carolina 



213 



BURNT SWAMP— Continued 





1 


1 

1 

CD 


3 S 
<^ S 


ll 

CO 


1^1 
pi 

« c^ i- 

> 


c 
.2 ->^ 

E- 


&I 

^J 
^ 


ll 

■S c 
OH 

m 


111 


Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


si 





24. 


2 
2 

2 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
2 
2 
2 


47 
6 

1 
3 
11 

""19 
12 
9 

9 


76 
35 

40 
88 
192 
158 
232 
79 
68 
56 
60 
229 


142 
69 

100 
124 
229 
313 
568 
190 
155 
106 
106 
232 


125 
50 

30 
83 
100 
155 
230 
136 
82 
43 
68 
110 

127 








1 449 


$ 1,753 
372 

4,839 
10,146 
1,440 
870 
4,247 
2,573 
1,837 
1,313 
1,254 
1,950 


% 267 
85 

2 
382 

60 
131 
734 
111 

70 
390 
112 
134 


$ 2,020 


25. 








457 


26. 








4,175 
4,819 


4,841 


27. 
28. 


47 


12 


12 


10,528 
1,500 


29. 


' "47 


12 
12 






1,001 


30. 
31. 


15 


2,315 

1,938 

232 


4,981 
2,684 


32. 








1 907 


33. 


' '48 
94 


36 
14 
11 




1.703 


34. 






1,366 


35. 

36. 


13 


1,032 


2,084 




























289 


4,219 


6,784 


3,572 


826 


619 


211 


$ 23,592 


$ 88,451 


$ 7,462 


$ 95,913 







CABARRUS 





21 
14 
10 


284 
67 
219 


250 
77 
194 


112 
55 
118 


66 


45 


32 


S 248 




99 


99 


39 


832 




4 
6 


144 
81 


160 
140 


117 
74 


45 


22 
29 


20 

18 


416 

281 




17 
5 


324 
95 


267 
141 


137 

77 


96 
40 


61 
35 


28 
14 


924 




20 

7 
1 


1,186 
82 
116 


836 
88 
189 


183 
66 
82 


189 
"53 


223 
15 

48 


72 
""15 


769 
54 




17 
36 

7 


429 

1,026 

187 


463 

1,249 

229 


165 
278 
110 


191 
304 
67 


153 

278 

77 


35 
111 


503 
75,701 
73,054 




11 
20 
3 
11 
35 


420 
413 
126 

281 
397 


260 
263 
105 

368 
454 


141 

" "96 
121 
138 


81 
61 
30 
57 
151 


44 
37 
35 
60 

71 


18 

""18 
26 
59 


"2,^350 
3,646 

"2^230 




10 


146 


108 


86 


64 


40 




1,300 




34 
5 


84 
70 


121 
96 


77 
56 


"36 


20 
25 








14 






5 

10 
6 


65 
82 
190 


64 
147 
120 


62 
95 
83 








35 
345 
195 




""38 


17 
22 


36 




11 
10 
35 


261 
387 
953 


241 
357 
801 


114 

80 

209 


85 
130 
152 


36 
109 
180 


21 
23 
94 


1,175 
1,096 




43 
20 


1,679 
381 


1,171 
409 


244 
139 


269 
92 


197 
116 


94 


14,316 
875 




10 
23 


240 
361 


324 
370 


182 
151 


129 
157 


68 
92 


21 
44 


645 
1,766 


4 


13 


165 


217 


87 


68 


82 


23 


8,243 



12,286 
1,532 
8,967 


% 633 

12 
377 


7,523 
4,852 


425 
749 


16,040 
6,356 


2,282 
137 


53,105 

' 3,430 

5,357 


14,843 
207 
844 


24,116 
125,271 
12,930 


4,296 

18,215 

1,988 


14,848 
14,983 
9,123 
14,440 
14,708 


2,212 
3,024 
473 
1,313 
2,008 


5,486 


808 


6,184 
3,832 


6,464 
626 


2,223 
3,986 
4,647 


150 
232 
557 


14,808 
19,386 
33,040 


1,616 
4,152 
9,333 


84,261 
16,471 


25,903 
4,286 


16,149 
15,868 


1,820 
5,857 


17,848 


2,106 



% 12,919 
1,544 
9,344 

7,948 
5,601 



18,322 
6,493 

67,948 
3,637 
6,201 

28,412 
143,486 
14,918 

17,060 
18,007 
9,596 
15,753 
16,716 

6,294 



12,684 
4,458 

2,373 
4,218 
5,204 

16,424 
23,538 
42,373 

110,164 
20,757 

17,969 
21,725 



214 



Baptist State Convention 
CABARRUS — Continued 



Churches 


Pastor and Post Office 


Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 


33 


North 


Virgil Hailey, 310 Locust St., Kannapolis 
V. L. Mabry, Rt. 2, Box 85, Knanapolis . 


F. T. Bowman, Rt. 5, Box 796-A, Kan- 


34 
35 


Royal Oaks 

Rodgers Park 

Shady Brook 


napolis 

Sherrill Safrit, Rt. 2, Box 70, Kannapolis. 


36. 


Norman H. Joyner, Rt. 3, Box 168-A, 


napolis _._ _._ 

Dallas Tucker, P. 0. Box 331, Kannapolis 


37 


Odell Funderburk, Rt. 2, Box 440, Kan- 






West Point 

White HiU 


Judge Honeycutt, 605 E. 10th St., Kan- 


38. 


Raymond White, Rt. 3, Box 336-A, Kan- 


napolis 


39. 
40 


G. E. Johnson, Rt. 4, Box 296, Kannapolis 
Eugene Goodman, Frutland Institute. 


WiUie Hollar, 715 Evelyn Ave., Kan- 
napolis 




Love's Friendship _._ 


R. D. Gibson, Rt. 1, Box 198, Kannapolis 


41 


Mack Cline, Rt. 1, Concord 




4? 


A . B . Cranford, Midland . 


Smith Furr, Rt. 1, Midland. 


43 


Miami 


Eddie Jones, 313 Caldwell St., Kannapolis 
Thomas Bennett, Jr., Box 147, Mount 




44. 


Mt. Pleasant 

Oak Ridge.. 


D. F. Whitley, Rt. 1, Mt. Pleasant 


45 


W. H. Perry, Rt. 1, Concord 




4fi 


Pine Grove. 


R. B. Lisk, Rt. 2, Stanfield 


Charlie Hargett, Rt. 11, Charlotte 


47 


Pitts 


Alfred Wright, Rt. 1, Harrisburg 

Gilmer Beck, Rt. 12, Box 88, Concord. _ . 

W. M. Belcher, Rt. 1, Concord 

Frank Miller, 510 Winecott Rd., Concord 

Clyde Reep, Rt. 10, Charlotte 

Hubert Honeycutt, Rt. 3, Concord _ 

Joe King, Rt. 1, Mt. Pleasant 




48. 

4q 


Poplar Grove 

Roberta.- 


J. W. Coble, Rt. 13, Box 15, Concord... - 


50. 
51 


Sharon 

Stowe's Chapel 


Homer Roseman, 27 Ashlyn Ave., Con- 
cord 

Howard Lisk, Rt. 10, Charlotte 


5? 




53. 


Mt. Carmel Mission. 
Totals 


Norman Talley, Rt. 3, Concord 







CALDWELL 




1 


Baton 


Ambrose Singley, Rt. 2, Granite Falls 


Melvin Gray, Rt. 2, Granite Falls 


7. 




Carl Hartley, Rt. 8, Lenoir 


3 


Buffalo Cove 

Cajah's Mountain 
(Under watchcare for 






4. 




Dave W. Oaks, Valdese 


5 


Cedar Rock .. 




C. F. Armes, Rt. 1, Lenoir . 


6. 


Center Grove 

Clark's Chapel 

Clearview 


Riley N. Huckaby, Rt. 1, Hudson 

L. E. Snipes, Rt. 3, Lenoir. .. 


Melvin E. Lail, Rt. 1, Hudson 

Shea Puette, Rt. 3, Lenoir 


8 






9 


Conway's Chapel 

Dudley Shoals 

East Flat 






10. 
11 


Hal. R. Hovis, Rt. 1, Granite Falls 


R. E. Sears, Jr., Rt. 1, Granite Falls 


12 








13 






R. L. Amick, Rt. 6, Lenoir 


14 


Globe . 




Bobby Cook, Rt. 8, Lenoir 


15 


Grandin 

Grandview Park 

Granite Falls: Clover 






16. 
17 


W. H. Caldwell, North Wilkesboro 

Robert Marchbanks, Granite Falls 


Marvin Triplett, Rt. 4, Lenoir 


18 


George W. Hollar, Granite Falls 


19 


First 






90 


Green Rock... 


J. T. Laws, Rt. 8, Lenoir 


Roy L. Woodring, Rt. 1, Ferguson . . 


21. 
22. 
23. 

24 


Green Valley 

Harris Chapel 

Hartland 


Frank Knight, Rt. 1. Hudson. 

Murray F.Jackson, Rt. 1, Hudson 

J. J. Buckner, Rt. 3, Morganton 

Calvin Helton, Rt. 1, Hudson 

Harley Coffey, Rt. 2, Granite Falls 


H.J. Ford, Jr., CoUettsville 

J. C. Sullivan, Box 314, Hudson... 

Roy Setzer, Rt. 3, Lenoir 


25. 

26 


Hudson : East 

First 


Troy Smith, Rt. 6, Lenoir 


27. 
28 


John's River 

Joyceton 


Clyde Cornett, Reece ^ 


Gordon Estes, Rt. 8, Lenoir 

Carl S. Triplett, Rt. 4, Lenoir 


29 


Kings Creek 




Victor Roberts, Rt. 1, Lenoir . . 


30. 


Lenoir: Blair's Fork . 


W. R. Moss, Rt. 4, Lenoir 


R. B. Holsclaw, Jr., 120 Wayside Circle, 
Lenoir 



OF North Carolina 



215 



CABARRUS — Continued 



Is 


J c 

SB 

11 


ili 


2- 




il 

OH 


1 
ill 

« I. o. 






.2"0 



•a -2 



33. 


4 


34. 


4 


35. 


4 


36. 


4 


37. 


4 


38. 


4 


39. 


4 


40. 


4 


41. 


4 


42. 


4 


43. 


4 


44. 


4 


45. 


4 


46. 


4 


47. 


4 


48. 


4 


49. 


4 


50. 


4 


51. 


4 


52. 


4 


53. 


4 



20 



729 
242 


704 
272 


236 
98 


151 
64 


93 
33 


127 
35 


$ 5,500 
323 


85 


126 


73 


38 


29 


10 


5,292 


582 


607 


206 


290 


115 


77 


1,090 


187 


206 


110 


89 


16 


26 


1,191 


439 


583 


260 


166 


123 


173 


1,615 


173 


174 


117 


89 


40 


26 


2.549 


92 

43 

253 

122 


152 
39 
208 
160 


74 


49 


13 










78 
86 


176 


39 




300 

758 


430 
232 
88 
81 
143 
375 


401 
212 
117 
112 
171 
271 


153 
125 
64 
73 
86 
154 


137 
95 


76 
58 


58 


575 




597 

1,600 

91 

630 


'61 


29 
31 

48 


12 
36 
36 


344 

160 

64 

6 


388 
114 
96 
59 


141 


127 


68 


37 


2,483 


42 
49 
















23 








15,811 


15,451 


5,960 


4,272 


3,147 


1,528 


$215,316 



29,051 
4,802 

10,725 

22,556 

8,873 

14,311 

9,807 

8,039 
1,216 
9,214 
3,506 

14,669 
5,677 
4,376 
5,831 
5,633 
9,151 

16,803 

5,370 

1,461 

202 



8,508 
3,148 

578 

5,620 

1,051 

7,074 

1,118 

1,267 

'160 
343 

2,303 
438 
355 

1,267 
374 

1,214 

1,547 
32 
31 



i 785,329 



? 154, 456 



$ 37,559 
7,950 

11,303 

28,176 

9,924 

21,385 

10,925 

9,306 
1,216 
9,374 
3,849 

16,972 
6,115 
4,731 
7,098 
6,007 

10,365 

18,350 

5,402 

1,492 

282 



$939,785 



CALDWELL 



109 


192 


91 


46 


109 


80 


117 


169 


91 


66 


294 


267 


288 


189 


55 


112 


88 


57 


333 


336 


188 


200 


41 


48 


341 


275 


88 


60 


98 


82 


133 


119 


277 


311 


484 


571 


591 


489 


62 


26 


70 


75 


383 


377 


231 


200 


210 


114 


72 


104 


763 


740 


112 


42 


132 


139 


428 


387 


86 


84 



127 
40 

149 
77 
57 
19 

180 

129 
16 

119 
23 
37 
46 
11 

255 

129 
12 
34 

187 
72 
86 

113 

306 
13 
40 

147 



90 



311 
'50 



28 



138 



685 
1,896 

904 

1,386 

1,155 

24 

603 

302 



2,854 
6,000 
1,902 



2,006 

8 

20 

3,204 

491 



2,323 
4,102 



5,360 


$ 1,050 


531 


3 


984 


43 


7,981 


243 


3,584 


89 


9,703 


936 


6,050 


360 


2,642 


97 


1,156 


22 


8,864 


1,376 


3,865 


172 


730 


22 


11,797 


1,424 


348 


6 


5,672 


583 


8,510 


269 


18,103 


1,868 


18,545 


6,557 


26,360 


5,605 


281 


18 


524 


46 


9,653 


1,440 


7,672 


981 


2,487 


18 


5,102 


71 


35,595 


5,094 


463 


18 


4,432 


56 


9,878 


1,999 


3,051 


323 



6,410 

534 

1,027 



8,224 
3,673 

10,639 
6,410 
2,739 
1,178 

10,240 

4,037 

752 

13,221 

354 

6,255 

8,779 

19,971 

25,102 

31,965 
299 
570 

11,092 
8,653 
2,505 
5,173 

40,689 

481 

4,488 

11,877 

3,380 



216 



Baptist State Convention 
CALDWELL— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



Calvary 

College Avenue-- 

Crestview 

First 

Liberty 

Livingston Mem. 

Lower Creek 

Temple Missionary 

West ". 

Lovelady 

Maple Grove 

Miller Hill 

Mountain Grove 

Mountain View 

Mt. Zion 

Mulberry 

Mulvale 

Nelson's Chapel 

New Hope 

Oak Grove 

Piney Grove 

Pisgah 

Pleasant Hill 

Poovey's Chapel 

Poovey's Grove 

Rhodhiss 

Rocky Springs 

Rufus 

Setzer Creek 

Temple Hill 

Union 

Union Grove 

Whitnel: Central _-. 

First 

Winkler's Grove 

Worship Point 

Yadkin 

Yadkin Valley 

Zack's Fork 

Harrishurg Mission T 
Lake View Mission (I 
Mt. Zion Mission (In 

Totals 



B. P. Hastings, Wayside Circle, Lenoir. 



A. J. Swinson, Rt. 5, Lenoir 

M. 0. Owens, Jr., Lenoir 

E. M. Barnes, Rt. 2, Box 260, Lenoir. _ 

Thurston Barnes, Rt. 1, Boomer 

Billy Rivers, Lenoir 

Ira Walker, 106 N. Fairview, Lenoir 

C. R. McFela, Rt. 6, Lenoir 

Curtis Morris, Rt. 1, Granite Falls 

H. E. Pitts, Rt. 6, Lenoir 

J. R. Ramsey, Rt. 4, Morganton 

H. M. McGinnis, Rt. 2, Granite Falls... 

Barney McDonald, Lenoir 

Paul J. Hopkins, Rt. 1, Hudson 

Will Bolick, Rt. 3, Lenoir 

Harvey Rumfelt, Rt. 7, Lenoir 

L. A. Miller, 279 E. Harper, Lenoir 

Walter Dula, Rt. 5, Lenoir 

Thomas B. Flowe, Rt. 1, Granite Falls.. 

Gwyn Sullivan, Rt. 5, Lenoir 

Paul R. Bollinger, Rt. 6, Lenoir 

N. R. Black, Rt. 3, Lenoir 

Victor A. Phillips, Rt. 1, Hudson 

Paul Lovingood, Rt. 2, Granite Falls 

W. L. Pitts 

J. H. Crisp, Lenoir 

R. C. Cook, Rt. 8, Lenoir 

Cecil Arney, Rt. 6, Lenoir 

L. R. Davis, 106 Piedmont Rd., Lenoir . 

Elmer P. Carter. Rt. 2, Lenoir 

L.J. Culler, Rt. 3, Lenoir... 

C. H. Kincaid, Box 71, Lenoir 

Jvles G.Hall, Whitnel 

J. R. Holland, Rt. 5, Hickory.. 

Herbert Pritchard, Rt. 8, Lenoir 

Robert Frve. Patterson 

Will Bolick, Rt. 2, Granite Falls 

Paul N.Wilson, Rt. 3, Morganton 

ncludcd with Lenoir First) 

ncluded with Hudson First) 

eluded with Mt. Zion) 



Albert Yates, Rt. 5, Lenoir 

J. S. Greene, Jr., Lenoir 

Grady Sumpter, 126 Regal Dr., Lenoir... 

Charles W.Johnson, Jr., Lenoir 

Rowland Haire, 305 Beach St., Lenoir 

R. E. Colvard, Rt. 1, Boomer 

C. E. Viverette, Lenoir 

Jas. E. Summerlin, Plaza Cr., Lenoir 

Gene Hamby, Wakefield Dr., Lenoir 

Henry Reid, Rt. 1, Granite Falls 

Hattie Shumake, Edgemont 

Bill Triplett, Overlook Dr., Lenoir 

Ernest Hayes, Rt. 2, Granite Falls 

Junior P. Coffey, Rt. 7, Lenoir 

Floyd Annas, Granite Falls 

Charlie Chandler, Rt. 8, Lenoir 

Clarence Prestwood, Rt. 7, Lenoir 

Joe Dobbins, Rt. 8, Lenoir 

Albert Icenhour, Rt. 1, Lenoir 

Wayne Mitchum, Rt. 1, Granite Falls 

Walter Sullivan, Rt. 5, Lenoir 

James Crump, Whitnel 

Clifford Setzer, Rt. 3, Lenoir 

Floyd Ekard, Rt. 1, Lenoir 

Donald Smith, S. Main, Granite Falls 

Dwight Kirby , Rhodhiss ... 

M. C. Estes, Rt. 7, Lenoir 

Bruce Coffey, Rt. 8, Lenoir 

M. F. Faw, Rt. 5, Lenoir 

Andrew W. Kirby, Rt. 1, Granite Falls .. 

Odell McRarv, Rt. 2, Lenoir 

Ivey Hall, Rt. 3, Lenoir 

A. J. Parsons, Whitnel 

B. F. Moody, Rt. 4, Lenoir 

Eugene Hildebrand, 309 37th, Hickory... 

Earl Nelson, Rt. 8, Lenoir 

Joe Laws, Rt. 5, Lenoir 

Ford Baker, Rt. 5, Lenoir 

Wade Holman, Rt. 1, Lenoir 



CAROLINA 



1. 


Balfour _ 


W. C. Huntlev. Balfour 


Ezekiel Dunlap, Balfour 


2. 


Barker's Heights. .. 


C. E. Haynes, 414 Stepp St., Henderson- 










Robert Glover, 422 Old Spartanburg Rd., 








Hendersonville 


3 




J. B. Riddle, Fletcher 


V. A. Searcy, Rt. 1, Hendersonville ... 


4 


Bat Cave 






,"). 


Bear Wallow ... . 


John H. Dickson, 128 Rutledge Drive, 








Hendersonville 


J. B. Wall, Box 2, Gerton 


6, 


Berea .. 


* J. E. Blythe, Rt. 3, Hendersonville 


* Gurlev Patterson, Rt. 3, Hendersonville 


7. 


Beulah. 


Wade Worley, Dana 


Willie Barnette, Rt. 3, Hendersonville 


8 


Broad River 

Calvary... ... 


Billy Bryant, Box 284 Fletcher, 


J. C. Ledbetter, Black Mountain . 


9. 


W. F. Sinclair, 626 Justice St., Hender- 








sonville 


James D. Tweed, 1527 Ridgewood Ave., 
Hendersonville . . 


10. 


Cedar Springs 


* J. W. Jackson, Horse Shoe 


* J. B. Beddingfield, Zirconia 


11. 


Crab Creek . 


Richard Pace. Box 105, Flat Rock 


J. R. Bell, Rt. 3, Hendersonville 


12 


Cross Roads . 


A. T. Howard, Landrum, S. C 


Nile Jones, Zirconia 


13. 


Dana 


W. Silas Bradley, Rt. 1, Hendersonville.. 


Ned R. Wells, Rt. 1, Hendersonville 


14. 


Double Springs... .. 


Carl W. Bell, Box 154, Tuxedo 


Troy Thomas, Rt. 1, Zirconia 


15. 


East Flat Rock 


N. B. Phillips, Hendersonville 


Rafe Lockaby, Hendersonville 



OF North Carolina 



217 



CALDWELL— Continued 





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428 

1,408 

302 

1,122 

87 

17 
598 

57 
265 
246 
116 
262 
384 
105 
657 

61 
108 

72 
121 
167 
230 
171 
187 
280 
185 
348 
122 

84 
182 
183 
325 
382 
441 
282 
644 

90 
430 

74 



260 

1,084 

178 

1,118 

151 

33 

554 

80 

325 

215 

45 

236 

404 

107 

642 

60 

95 

82 

131 

192 

194 

133 

163 

265 

160 

319 

127 

77 

178 

115 

389 

395 

671 

231 

468 

157 

396 

59 

84 



137 
333 

83 
376 

46 

43 
237 

43 
170 



20 
129 
133 
57 
225 
28 
60 
57 
73 
127 
57 
46 
72 
108 
95 
121 
39 
33 
118 
77 
93 
104 
230 
103 
251 
80 
192 
27 
50 



92 
445 
106 
448 



237 
32 
40 



25 
191 
51 

284 



S 345 

61,497 

20,216 

230,039 

1,006 

1.364 

1,036 



545 

"77 



3,167 

650 

6,252 



1,100 

364 

1,000 

19 



439 



319 
1,205 
5,248 
2,025 

125 



6 
106 

25 

279 

2 

1 

14 
1 
5 

11 



1,119 

21,287 

96 

25,726 

58 

109 

14,107 

84 

344 

953 

16 

346 

1,080 

129 

5,098 

145 

335 

501 

170 

314 

227 

226 

41 

503 

1,929 

1,542 

174 

24 

492 

250 

1,333 

1,128 

2,263 

837 

1,002 

80 

2,394 

119 

196 



% 7,972 
128,032 

25,710 

305.559 

2,656 

1,820 

28,810 
1,445 
6,126 

12,130 

525 

6,379 

17,285 
1.659 

29,612 
1.519 
4,957 
3,183 
1,785 
9.735 
5,686 
4,452 
3,944 

11.893 
8,948 
8,077 
3,207 
9,678 
5,730 
4.338 
7,019 

12,687 

22,492 

11,205 

23.037 
2,440 

17,490 
1,704 
2,565 



17,585 



7,033 



5.525 



2,918 



1,377 376.656 



J 896,638 



1,014,210 



CAROLINA 



1. 

2. 
3. 


4 

4 
4 
4 

4 


26 

10 
1 

2 


518 

223 
51 
121 

87 

•173 

279 

95 

234 
*110 
166 
110 
150 
80 
420 


410 

174 

47 

77 

41 

*48 
142 
90 

218 

*170 

78 

50 

122 
88 

422 


141 

140 

48 
47 

23 


79 
59 


53 
15 


12 


$ 7,605 
2,310 


% 23,877 

6,571 

265 

5,275 

5,134 


S 2,086 

657 
40 

818 

656 
209 
572 
102 

1,358 

25 

235 

59 

935 

77 

6,940 


$ 25,963 

7,228 
305 


4. 

5. 

6. 


30 


14 
17 


5 


2.120 


6,093 

5,790 
209 


7. 


4 
4 

4 


14 
5 


90 


60 






521 


2,832 
2,771 

7,382 


3,404 


8. 






2,873 


9. 
10. 


108 


63 


30 




168 


8,740 
25 


11. 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


3 

15 
6 

8 


66 








842 


2,847 
1,060 
4,082 
1,566 
12,104 


3,082 


12. 








1,119 


13. 
14. 


84 


68 


47 




204 


5.017 
1.733 


15 


184 


ioo 


63 


51 




19.044 



218 



Baptist State Convention 
CAROLINA — Continued 





! 
CHrRCHES 


Pastor and Post Office 


Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 


16. 


Ebenezer 


L. K. Holbert, Rt. 1, Hendersonville 


E. L. Levi, Jr., Fruitland Rd., Hender- 
sonville -.- . 


17 


Etowah 


John Rvmer. Rt. 4. Hendersonville 


Charlis Sumner, Etowah . 


18 


Fletcher- . -- 


H. E. Colvard. Fletcher 


Howard Garren, Fletcher .. 


19 




.\lvin Jones, Rt. 1. Flat Rock __ - 


.Andrew Belcher, Rt. 1. Saluda .-. 


20 


French Broad 


.\rthur M. Parce, 4 Cedar Dr., Laurel 










Wm. E. Russell. Rt. 1, Bos 135, Horse 






Shoe --- -. . - 


21. 


Friendship Xo. 1 


* Edd Corn. Tuxedo 


* Clifford Ramsey, Saluda 


22. 


Friendship No. 2 


Eugene D. Saltz. Gen. Del., Penrose 


James Jackson, Penrose 


23. 


Fruitland 


Charles Stanley. Rt. 2. Hendersonville — 


J. C. Justice, Rt. 2. Hendersonville 


24. 


Green River 


Billv Sandifer, Rt. 3. Hendersonville 


V. G. Bavne. Zirconia 


25, 


Hendersonville: First 


Mack M. Goss. 312 5th .\ve. W., Hender- 








sonville 


C. F. Jervis, 317 Eringhaus St., Hender- 
sonville - 


26. 


West 


Ralph Banning, Horse Shoe 


Richard B. Hester. Dinard .\ve., Hender- 
sonville 


27. 


Holly Springs 


0. D. Rhodes. Rt. 2, Hendersonville 


Monroe Morrison, 409 Charles Street, 
Hendersonville 


•''S 


Hooper's Creek 

Horse Shoe . . . . 






7Q 


Cecil Worsham, Horse Shoe . . 


Charles E. Sitton. Horse Shoe . .. 


30. 


Jones Gap 


Carl D. McCarson. Rt. 3, Hendersonville 


Clyde .McCarson. Rt. 3, Hendersonville.. 


31 




* Billv Brvant, Fletcher .-- 


* Hardy Owenbv, Rt. 6. .\sheville 


3-' 




I..A..Rhinehart. E.Flat Rock 


Walter Parks. Rt. 1. Hendersonville - .. 


33. 


Locust Grove 


F. M.Orr, Rt.2,HendersonviUe 


Paul Clingenpeel, Rt. 2, Box 51, Hender- 
sonville. .- -- 


34 


Macedonia- - 


* George Flynn, Saluda 




35. 


-Middle Fork 


Clarence Bishop, Fletcher 


B. E. Huntley, Gerton 


3fi 


.Mills River 

Mt.Gilead 


John Rymer, Rt. 4, Hendersonville 


Joe Field, Rt 1. Horse Shoe .. 


37 




38 








3P 


Mt. Olivet 


•Ted Huntlev, Balfour 


* Drayton 0. Steen. Zirconia 


40 


Mountain Home 

Mountain Page 


F. .\. Paschall, Rt. 2. Hendersonville 

General Beddingfield, Tuxedo 




41. 


Fred Bell. Rt. 1. Saluda 


42. 


Mountain VaUev 


Flovd Bridgeman. Rt. 1. Travelers Rest.. 


Grant Mavbin, Zirconia. 


43. 


Mountain View 


Luther Capell, Browning .A.ve., Hender- 








sonville - - 


Flovd Metcalf, Hendersonville 


44. 


Mud Creek 


W. S. BiUingsley, Rutledge Dr., Hender- 








sonville 


Edward K. Thomas, Rutledge Drive, 
Henderson\'ille . - . . 


45 




Paul Chandler, Jr.. 96 Wendover Road, 






Oak Forest 




46 


Carl Tavlor, 810 Ridgewav Dr., Hender- 






Oak Grove 




Marvin Keener, Rt. 1. Fletcher ... 


47 




Pritchard Halford, E, Flat Rock 


48 


Pacolet 






49. 


Pleasant Grove 


Grover Beddingfield, Box 23, Tuxedo 


Walter H. Gray, Rt. 4, Henderson\-ille..- 


50 


Pleasant Hill 


Ed Com 




51 




W. J. Ballard. Rt. 1, Flat Rock 










53 


Shaw's Creek 


T. G. Proctor. 220 Crest Dr., Henderson- 








viUe 


.\. J. Maunev. 1038 Justice St., Hender- 






sonville 


54 


Trvon: First 


Roy F. Easterly. Box 1585, Trvon 


R. B. Scruggs. Box 313, Tn-on 


55 


Second- 


0. G. Buchanan, Box 1331, Trvon.. .. . 


John L. Underwood. Trvon 


56 


Tuxedo 


G. A. Hamby. Tuxedo. . - . 


W. J. Lewis. Tuxedo 


57 






Gail Chelican. Rt. 1. Flat Rock 


58 


VallevHill 






5fl 


Warrior Mountain.-. 
ZionHill 




M. R. Earley. Rt. 1. Saluda 


60 


Billy W. Walker, Rt. 1, Hendersonville -. 


J. Flovd, Lindsey Rt. 1, Hendersonville. _ 


61 


Zirconia 








Totals 







CATAWBA RIVER 



1. Abee's Grove 

2. .\ntioch 

3. Bethel 

4. Bethlehem 



L.S.Clark. Rt. 1, Valdese 

Homer Messer, Rt. 2, Granite Falls 
Clifford E. Bradshaw, Rt. 3, Lenoir 
Zack Carswell, Rt. 6, Morganton.., 



Roy J. Whitener, Rt. 1, Valdese 

Curtis Crump, Rt.3, Morganton 

Morgan Chapman, Rt. 3, \Iorganton 

Dorse Darswell, Rt. 6, Box 729-B, Mor- 
ganton 



OF North Carolina 



219 



CAROLINA — Continued 



















a 






























d. o 


1 


"S. 

OS 


Og 


II 

>.'c 

c« >- 
02 




.2 -^ 




1= 

pa 


2 


Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
ISalary) 


— ^ 

.2 ^ 
.2-5 

C '^ 


jil 



282 

303 

70 



•190 
57 
220 
129 



1,912 



278 
188 
63 
*30 



108 
*70 
68 
141 
237 
327 
•200 
327 
276 



90 
116 
170 
156 
150 
514 
200 



328 

41 

129 

466 
90 

553 
45 
75 
61 



507 13,946 



450 
265 
250 



1.663 
112 

30 
181 
102 

45 
•62 

59 

73 
•60 
42 
81 
73 
187 
•93 
194 
158 



390 

170 

163 
101 
115 
82 
90 
337 
191 



323 
41 
130 
296 

80 
445 

14 
100 



323 



56 



10,580 3,949 



391 



134 
37 
46 

28 



65 



42 



2,241 1,548 



$ 8,357 



135 



60 



662 



(,085 



186,434 



1,093 



•703 
1,673 



310 

182 



3,954 
'i'560 



1,992 
"'511 



10,625 



2,578 
4,805 
8,730 



1,000 



613 1257.118 



18,850 
5,145 

12,126 
1,699 



100 
13,362 
4,085 



230,662 

5,328 

813 
6,050 
3,571 
583 
•2,381 
2,924 

1,552 



1,688 
3,654 
3,105 
8,758 
•660 
2,993 
4,311 



13,56' 
3,933 
5.478 



3.366 
94 
4,160 
8,434 
16,794 



1.940 

1,680 

772 

137 



398 

1 

100 

2,277 

309 



343 
369 
649 
86 
•113 



$ 20.790 

6,825 

12.898 

1,836 



2,276 

1 

200 

15,639 

4,394 



258,649 

6,183 

1,156 
6,419 
4.220 
669 
•2,494 
2,992 

2,046 



53 

847 
61 

940 
16 
33 

290 
40 



4,257 

516 

474 

54 

521 

171 

100 

1.418 

1,931 



1,81 

4,402 

165 

1,55 

198 

915! 

17 

80 

510 



$ 552,4231$ 74,764 



1.741 
4,501 
3.166 
9,698 
676 
3,026 
4,601 
1,036 

34 



17,824 

4,449 

5,952 
54 
3,887 
1,118 
4,260 
9,852 
18.725 



12,178 

31,464 

12,481 

10.065 

2,275 

14,197 

368 

1.815 

7,432 



$627,187 



CATAWBA RIVER 



4 


10 


4 


17 


4 


6 


4 


12 



226 
205 
165 



209 

217 

93 

118 



5,143 
236 



8.415 
9,899 
3,652 

3,055 



1,410 
712 
231 

284 



$ 9,825 
10,611 
3,883 

3,339 



220 



Baptist State Convention 
CATAWBA RIVER — Continued 



CHOtCHES 



Pastor ajxd Post Office 



Sunday !School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



5. Burkemont 

6. Calvin Heights 



7. Catawba Valley. _ 

8. Connelly Springs. 



J. T. Tiller, Rt. 6, Morganton 

T. B. Deese, 602 Carbon City Rd., Mor- 
ganton 



H. A. Quick. Rt. 3, Box 42, Morganton. 



9. Cross Memorial Edgar L. Cole, Rt. 6, Morganton 

10. Drexel First • W. Harold Killian, Drexel 

11. Drexel Memorial j E. K. Baker, Drexel 

12. El Bethel ! Forest Davis. Rt. 2. Morganton 

13. Enon j Ralph R. Henesly, Rt. 4. Morganton 

14. Glen Alpine ---| Oliver C. Price, Box 7, Glen Alpine 

15. 

16. 
17. 
IS. 
19. 
20. 
21. 



Grandview j Earl L. Absher, 19 Arborvale Avenue, 

Asheville 

High Peak ' B. H. Cline. Box 453. Valdese 

Hopewell C. \V. Teague. Rt. 6. Morganton 

Icards Grove I Dexter Couch. Valdese 

Lake James W. L. Pearson. Drexel 

Lake View R. L. Crawford, Rt. 1, Rutherfordton 

Missionary Ridge , C. M. Chronister, Icard 

Morganton: .\she\nlle 

Street John 0. Adams, Rt. 1, Box 72, Morganton 



23. Calvarv. 



24. 
25. 

26. 



First 

Friendship- 



Xorth 

.Southside. 



28. Mt. Home. 



.Mt. Olive 

Mountain View Xo. 1 
Mountain View Xo. 2 



Mull's Grove 

North Catawba. 

Xorth Laurel 

Oak Grove 

Pleasant Hill 



John Worth Long, 500 S. Green Street, 
Morganton 



R. Knolan Benfield, 500 \V. Union, Mor- 
ganton 

Jesse M. Head. 410 Church St., Morgan- 
ton 



Wm. C. Bearden, Rt. 4, Box 106, Mor- 
ganton 

Ivey Smith, Rt. 1, Morganton 

Hansel G. Brvant, Rt. 1, Valdese 

David Chatham. Rt. 1, Box 318-C, 
Morganton 



Pleasant Ridge- 
Pleasant View.. 
River Vallev_.. 



40. Riverside. 



41. Rutherford College 

42. Silver Creek 



43. SmjTna 

44. South Mountain. 

45. Trinity 

46. Valdese: East 

47. First 

48. .Mt. Calvarv.. 



49. Walker Road 

50. Zinn. 

^lissions: 

51. Logan Memorial 

52. Pilot Mountain.. 



Totals. 



L. E. Snipes, Rt. 3, Lenoir . 



Jason Stillwell, Rt. 4, Hickory 

M. H. Jamison, Boiling Springs 

James E. Swinson. Rt. 6, Box 685, Mor- 
ganton 

William A. Pyatt. Rt. 6, Morganton 

Clint Xoble, Rt. 4, Morganton 

Cleat Owens. Box 3, St. Hospital, Mor- 
ganton 

Xed T. Perkins. 916 Vine Arden Road, 

Morganton . _ 

McCov Rcbiiison. Rutherford College 

Richard Hollifield, Rt. 2, Box 335, Mor- 
ganton -._- . 

Davis Ollis. Rt. 5. Morganton 

John H. Smart, Rt. 1, Connellv Springs. 
W. H. Flowers, Rt. 1. Box 177-B. Valdese 
Marion Powell. 525 EIred St., Valdese .- 
Jason D. Ross, Xorth Church St., Valdese 
William D. Byrd, 310 S. Praley St., Val- 
dese 

Robert Earley, St. Hospital, Morganton . 
James Lambert. Rt. 5, Morganton 



Frazier Smith, Rt. 6, Box 169, Morganton 

Robert Fleming, Carbon City Road, 
Morganton 

C. E. Lingafelt. Rt. 2, Box 74, Morganton 
Harold D. Smith, Box 453, Rutherford 

College 

Jacob "Bill" Shuping, Rt. 6, Box 122, 

Morganton 

Frank Huffman, Drexel 

James Calvin, Rt. 4, Morganton 

Elbert Lingerfelt. Rt. 2, Morganton 

Aiillard Lambert, Rt. 1, Box 134, Valdese 
Wayne Huffman, 104 Coulter St., Mor- 
ganton 

Ernest Baker, Rt. 2, Box 140, Morganton 
Clyde Rockett, Drexel 

Bennett Simpson, Rt. 1, Morganton 

Jake Shuping. Rt. 2. Connelly Springs 

Fred Epley. Rt. 5. Box 264-.-(, Morganton 

Claude Crotts, Rt. 1, Valdese 

Odis Saunders, Rt. 1, Morganton 

Robert T. Phillips, Rt. 2, Box 326, Mor- 
ganton 

G. Xial Stroupe, 119 Cascade St., Mor- 
ganton 

John H. Cantrell, Hickory Rd., Morganton 

Horace Brown, Hogan St., Morganton 

Eugene Mathis, 201 Ridge St.. Morganton 
Horace Dale, 312 Randolph St., Morgan- 
ton 



John .Anderson. Rt. 6, Morganton. 

Sanford Buff. Rt. 1, Morganton 

Sam Patton, Rt. 5, Morganton 



Harley Browning. Rt. 2, Box 
Morganton 

Clay Tessnerr, Rt. 1, Morganton. 
Billie Beane, Rt. 2. Granite Falls. 
Carl Smith, Jr., Rt. 1, Valdese... 
E.A.Wise, Rt. 2, Nebo 



Marley W. Smith. Rt. 6, Morganton. 

Moses Reese, Rt. 1, Morganton 

Paul Goodnight, Rt. 4, Morganton.. 



Elmer Crawford, Rt. 
ganton 



2, Box 253, Mor- 



0. A. Michaels, Morganton 

Paul Cranford. Box 602, Valdese. 



Carl Rogers. Rt. 1. Box 125-H, Morganton 

James Propst. Rt. 5, Morganton 

Wilburn Carswell, Rt. 1, Slorganton 

Paul Stamev. Rt. 1. Box 242, Valdese 

Roy P. Abee. 6S0 Pons St., Valdese 

Glenn A. Ramsey, Sr., Valdese 

J. P. Hovie, Hovle St., Valdese 

Robert Gwinn, Rt. 2, Box 328, Morganton 
Glenn Whisenant, Box 162, Morganton .. 



OF North Carolina 



221 









CATAWBA 


RIVER — Continued 








1 


c 




ll 

a 1- 

-J2 


> 


'a c 
E- 


."c 

s = 


-a a 

M £ 

OH 


Money Expended 
for New Buildings 
(Special Item) 


Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including , 
Pastor's 
Salary) 




d. o 

pi 


5. 


4 


40 


537 


584 


141 


164 


59 


33 


$ 1,818 


$ 21,132 


$ 1,915 


$ 23,047 


6. 


4 


18 


200 


193 


71 


51 


69 


19 


1,050 


11,210 


784 


11,994 


7. 


4 


5 


185 


183 


82 


123 


57 


36 


29 


7,458 


1,001 


8,459 


8. 


4 


12 


193 


152 


89 


30 


51 


32 




7,250 


835 


8,085 


9. 


4 


19 


235 


291 


153 


168 


77 


36 


688 


13,941 


1,374 


15,315 


10. 


4 


26 


652 


521 


199 


104 


142 


57 


3,424 


30.015 


7,546 


37,561 


11. 


4 


26 


109 


225 


104 


57 


53 


30 




5.855 


471 


6,326 


12. 


4 


20 


176 


185 


118 


108 


49 


43 


11,627 


18,077 


386 


18,463 


13. 


4 


16 


323 


301 


137 


132 


83 


46 




12,733 


1,116 


13,849 


14. 


4 


54 


329 


375 


216 


179 


76 


42 


1,748 


21,829 


1,601 


23,430 


15. 


4 


1 


78 


74 


30 




24 


14 


40 


1,943 


375 


2,318 


16. 


4 


1 


356 


356 


167 


132 


103 


57 




13.075 


2,086 


15,161 


17. 


4 


11 


267 


285 


87 


120 


69 


40 


1,673 


8.344 


4.2.34 


12,578 


18. 


2 


9 


75 


125 


87 




37 


13 


372 


2,303 


155 


2,458 


19. 


4 
4 
4 

4 


8 
5 

17 


52 
134 
108 

230 


59 
135 
134 

229 


37 
49 
109 

110 










331 
3,422 
3,756 

11,771 


10 
517 
170 

1,542 


341 


20. 


47 
53 

110 








3,939 


21. 






120 
3,127 


3 926 


22. 


71 


53 


13,313 


23. 


4 


24 


776 


613 


262 


243 


175 


60 


5,109 


40,017 


8,546 


48,563 


24. 


4 


27 


1,060 


834 


186 


132 


205 


51 


650 


56,963 


22,153 


79,116 


25. 


4 


42 


302 


265 


114 


151 


55 


52 


208 


14,827 


1,881 


16,708 


26. 


4 


21 


417 


423 


189 


108 


98 


49 


1,185 


17,309 


3,703 


21,012 


27. 


4 


8 


236 


247 


93 


85 


37 


31 


37 


10,760 


524 


11,283 


28. 


4 


24 


456 


468 


142 


177 


90 


46 


9,078 


19,464 


3,347 


22,811 


29. 


4 


6 


124 


104 


84 


56 


15 


8 




3,059 


126 


3,185 


30. 


4 

4 


5 

7 


37 
110 


43 

121 


46 
95 


74 


5 
51 






714 
3,478 


525 

585 


1,239 


31. 


21 


149 


4,063 


32. 


2 

4 


4 
5 


116 
161 


98 
194 


81 
82 








900 

857 


3,064 
6,362 


123 
875 


3,187 


33. 


77 


63 


31 


7,237 


34. 


2 

4 

4 


8 
15 

37 


81 
238 

538 


98 
149 

522 


44 
251 


"114 
230 


14 

6 

159 






2,975 
.1,918 

30,781 


85 
206 

3,807 


3,060 


35. 






2,124 


36. 


131 


12,148 


34,588 


37. 


4 


4 


161 


189 


82 


116 


16 


30 




4,295 


276 


4,571 


38. 


4 


22 


333 


429 


192 


131 


102 


68 




13,629 


3,444 


17,073 


39. 


4 

4 
4 


2 
12 


52 

68 
121 


' 66 

72 
162 


49 


68 

58 
69 


15 






430 

1,509 
8,115 


75 

72 
736 


505 


40. 




396 
3,360 


1,581 


41. 


49 


27 


8,851 


42. 


4 
4 
4 
4 


2 
20 


69 
87 
78 
154 


42 
36 
56 
199 


28 
37 
33 
167 




9 






1,252 

869 

1,204 

4,127 


81 
83 
83 
128 


1 , 333 


43. 






952 


44. 










1,287 


45. 


106 


22 


12 




4,255 


46. 


4 


18 


156 


172 


96 


61 


78 


29 


40,000 


51,970 


976 


52,946 


47. 


4 


34 


758 


689 


195 


225 


196 


42 


12,032 


42,606 


10,886 


53,492 


48. 


4 


24 


403 


362 


160 


144 


108 


47 


500 


16,552 


3,802 


20,354 


49. 


4 


17 


64 


85 


61 


45 


10 


18 


342 


3,544 


270 


3,814 


50. 


4 


14 


247 


256 


74 


108 




37 


30,488 


41,005 


537 


41,542 


51. 










127 
86 
















52. 




























735 


12,350 


12.038 


5,446 


4.341 


2,688 


1,401 


?148,534 


$ 622,264 


$ 96,690 


S718 954 









222 



Baptist State Convention 
CHEROKEE INDIAN 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



1 




William E. Pavne, Brvson City 


Wilbur Sequovah, Cherokee.. 


? 


Big Witch 


No pastor 

Robert B -hyhead, Box 11, Whittier 

J. D. Gritufl, Cherokee 

Dewitt Chekelelee, Robbinsville 

No pastor 

Nick Bradley, Rt. 1, Whittier 


John A. Crowe. Cherokee _ .. 


3. 

4 


Boiling Springs 


Eugene Owle, Bryson City 


■> 




Noah Ledford, Cherokee 


6. 

7 


Little Snowbird 


Noah Teesateskie, Robbinsville 

George Burgess, Rt. 1, WTiittier 


8 


Pinev Grove 

Rock Hill 


Bovd Shell, Cherokee 


q 




Peter Thompson, Whittier 


10. 
11 


Rock Springs 


Dock Smith, Cherokee 


James Bradley, Cherokee 


12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 


Straight Fork 

Wright's Creek 

Yellow Hill 

ZionHiU 

Totals 


Esiah George, Whittier 

John Walkingstick, Cherokee 

James M . Parris, Cherokee 

Leslie Hedrick, Robbinsville 


Joe Johnson, Cherokee 

Ben Hornbuckle, Cherokee 

Saloli Lossiah, Cherokee 

Joe Conseen, Robbinsville 















CHOWAN 




1 


Ballard's Bridge 




R. K. Hollowell, Tyner 


? 


W. C. Presson, Rt. 3, Elizabeth City 

P. H. Quidlev, Rt. 1. Hertford 

W. V. Brown, Hobbsville--- .-. . 


Garland Harris, Rt. 3, Elizabeth City— 


3. 
4 


Bethel 

Beulah 


G. R. Kirby, Edenton 

E. S. Hoffler, Sunbury 

Sidney Copeland, Rt. 1, Hertford 


5 


A. J. McClelland, Rt. 4, Elizabeth City.. 


6 


Center Hill 

Chappell's Hill 

Coinjock 










H 






q 


R. D. Wagner, Columbia. . _ .. 




in 


Cool Springs 

Corinth 

Creswell 

Ebenezer 

Edenton 

Elizabeth City: 

Blackwell Mem'l 

Calvary 

First 

Engelhard 

Eure -. 

Eureka 

Fairfield-.- - 

Gatesville 


K. E. Bryant, Ahoskie. . 


E. P. Story, Eure . - 


11. 
i'> 


D. S. Movers, Rt. 2, Elizabeth City 

S. L. Riddle, Creswell 


Earl Brite, Rt. 2, Elizabeth City 


13 


J. H. Parker, South Mills 


W. F. Williams, South Mills 


14 


R. N. Carroll, Edenton 




15 


R. W. Kicklighter. Elizabeth City 

C. A. Williams, Elizabeth City 


C. W. Ward, Jr., Elizabeth City 


16 




17 


M. W. Grissom, Elizabeth City 




18 






iq 




A. W. Overton, Eure 


?n 






21. 

?9 


J. Lemar Wheeler, Fairfield... 


None 


n 






24. 


Great Hope 


H. V. Napier, Tyner 


W. C. Elliott, Rt. 1, Hertford 


26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 

34 


Hertford 

Hobbsville 

Macedonia - 

Manteo 

Middle Swamp- 

Moyock 

Mt. Pleasant 

Mt. Sinai 

Nags Head 


J. 0. Mattox, Hertford 

W. V. Brown, Hobbsville 

L. C. Chandler, Edenton 

W. E. Cholerton, Manteo 

James Layton, Murfreesboro... 

J. H. Parker, South Mills 

S. L. Riddle, Creswell. 

Edgar H. Harden, 2303 Springfield Ave., 

Norfolk, Va 

F. B. Dinwiddle, Nags Head 


A. H. Edwards, Hertford 

L. A. Benton, Hobbsville 

Erie Jones, Rt. 3, Edenton 

Melvin Jackson, Manteo 

Merrill Rountree, Corapeake 

E. L. Miller, Jr., Moyock 

Dalles Davenport, Creswell- 

T. M. Stallings, Rt. 2, Hertford 


35 


S. L. Riddle, Creswell 

A. C. Sanders, Rt. 2, Elizabeth City 

A. J. Eure, Jr., Grandy 

E. H. Harden, 2303 Springfield Avenue, 
Norfolk, Va. 


J. R.Stillman, Creswell- .. 


36 


Olivet- 




37. 
38. 


Poplar Branch 

Powell's Point 

Providence - 

Ramath Gilead 

Rehoboth- 

Reynoldson 

Riverside 

Roanoke Island 

Rocky Hock 

Roper 

Rose Bay 


Jerry M. Brown, Grandy 

W. R. Twiford, Point Harbor 


39. 
40 


H. R. Getts, Shawboro 


Charles Perkins, Shawbor . 


41. 
42. 
43 


A. J. Eure, Jr., Grandy 

0. S.Edmonds, Gates 

L. A. Norman, Jr., Rt. 4, Elizabeth CSty. 
F. B. Dinwiddle, Nags Head. 

B. L. Raines, Et. 1, Edenton 

S. L. Riddle, Creswell 

Rowell Lane 


Victor Sawyer, Maple.. 

T. Beaurie Barker, Gates.. 

Charles Waller, Elizabeth City 


44. 
45. 
46. 
47. 


Mrs. John Wilson, Manteo 

0. C. Long, Rt. 1, Edenton 

Glenn Lowe, Rt. 2, Roper.. - 

E. E. Hodges, Rt. 1, Swan Quarter 



OF North Carolina 



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224 



Baptist State Convention 
CHOWAN— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



48 






W. H. Perry, Rt. 1, Elizabeth City... 




4P 


Sandy Cross 

Sawyer's Creek 

Shiloh 

Sladesville 


W. V. Brown, Hobbsville 


S. Earl Stallings, Sunbury 

Clay Ferebee, Camden 




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52. 


Lemar Wheeler, Fairfield 

Donald Wagner, Columbia 

Leighton Lewis, Swan Quarter 

L. A. Phillips, Hobbsville 

J. P. Holomon, Edenton 

L. A. Norman. Rt. 4, Elizabeth City 

A. J. McClelland, Rt. 4, Elizabeth City_. 


Henry Spencer, Scran ton 

Colon Snell, Columbia 


— 


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Swan Quarter 

Warwick 

Whiteville Grove 

Woodville 

Yeopin 

Totals 




55. 
56. 

5" 


Harry L. Winslow, Hobbsville 

Thurman Riddick, Belvidere 


5S 

















COLUMBUS 



1. Antioch 

2. Boardman 

3. Bolton 

4. Brunswick 

5. Calvary 

6. Cape Fear Chapel 

7. Cedar Grove 

8. Cerro Gordo 

9. Chadbourn 

10. Cheerful Hope 

11. Cherry Grove 

12. China Grove 

13. Clarendon 

14. Corinth _ 

15. Delco 

16. Evergreen _ 

17. Fair Bluff 

1 8. Forest Lawn 

19. Gapwav 

20. Hallsboro 

21. Hinson's Cross Roads 



22. Iron Hill 

23. Lennon's Cross Rds, 

24. Livingston ChapeL__ 

25. Macedonia 

26. Mt. Zion 

27. New Hope..- . .. 

28. Oakdale 

29. Piney Forest. . . 

30. Porter Swamp 

31. Pleasant Hill 

32. Pleasant Plains 

33. Riegelwood __ 



34. Smyrna 

35. Sweet Home 

36. Tabor City 

37. Trinity 

38. Union Chapel .. 

39. Union Valley 

40. Waccamaw 

41. Western Prong. . 

42. White Marsh 

43. Whiteville 

44. Williamson's Cross 

Road 



Totals. 



Gaston Hester, Bladenboro 

C.J. Ellis, Rt. I.Rowland 

N. B. Edge, Box 1, Delco 

A. D. Harrelson, Rt. 3, Whiteville 

C. 0. Blanton, Box 433, Supply 

Ray M. Brown, Box 57, Acme 

Forest Strole, Box 255, Chadbourn 

C. E. Brisson, Cerro Gordo 

John W. Lambert, Chadbourn 

N.B. Edge, Delco 

0. S.Long, Rt. 1, Cerro Gordo 

R.L. Cumbee, Rt. 1, Whiteville 

Joe Stanley, Rt. 3, Box 300-A, Whiteville 

C. E. Brisson, Cerro Gordo 

N.B. Edge. Delco 

A. P. Stephens, Lumberton 

S. M. Dorton, Fair Bluff 

Gaston Hester, Bladenboro 

R. W. Strickland, Rt. 2, Whiteville 

Clyde Yates, Jr., Hallsboro 

Robt. E. Watson, 253' 2 N. Wingate St., 

Wake Forest 

Forest Strole, Chadbourn 

J. Richard McDufBe, Rt. 1, Evergreen. __ 

James R. Thompson, Delco 

R. C. Melton, Rockingham 

Jennis McLamb, Clarkton 

Ben J. Mclver, Rt. , Whiteville 

J. Richard McDuffie, Rt. 4, Whiteville... 

Roy J. Harris, Rt. 4, Whiteville 

Jack Rowan, Latta, S. C . 

Roy J. Harris, Rt. 2, Box 78, Whiteville. 

7,. W. Rotan, Rt. 4, Whiteville 

Rollie M. Walton, 4908 Wrightsville Ave., 

Wilmington 

Oscar Holland, Rt. 2, Chadbourn 

Anson Smith, Freeland 

P. C. Gantt, Tabor City 

Corbin Cooper, Whiteville 

R. M. Walton, Wilmington 

R. D.Byrd, Whiteville 

Wyatt Coley, Lake Waccamaw 



S.W. Jolly, Whiteville.. 
R. C. Foster, Whiteville. 



Forest Strole, Chadbourn 



0. D. Ray, Rt. 3, Whiteville 

C. B. Sanderson, Evergreen 

J. P. Godwin, Box 228, Bolton 

Harold Grey Duncan, Rt. 3, Whiteville . 

E. S. Duncan, Whiteville 

H. C. Blake, Acme 

H. B. Thompson, Rt. 1, Cerro Gordo 

C. J. Benton, Cerro Gordo 

Lloyd Haves, Chadbourn 

L. A. Collum, Bolton 

Guilford Edwards, Rt. 1, Cerro Gordo.. 

Cliff White, Chadbourn 

R. J. Glaesner, Clarendon 

J. Franklin Bullard, Rt. 2, Chadbourn.. 

Marshal Heath, Rt. 1, Bolton 

C. C. Shaw, Evergreen 

Clausen Rogers, Fair Bluff 

Clinton Granger, Rt. 3, Whiteville 

\y. H. Turberville, Rt. 2, Tabor City _ . . 
N . D . Graham, Hallsboro 



E. M . Barnes, Cerro Gordo. 

J. C. Gaskin, Rt. 3, Tabor City... 

D. H. Lennon, Evergreen 

James W. Hufham, Bolton 

J. B. Williamson, Evergreen 

S. A. Duncan, Rt. 2, Whiteville... 
Elbert L. White, Rt. 4, Whiteville. 

Simon Horn, Whiteville 

Jake Worrell, Rt. 1, Chadbourn... 
Jimmy Dock Bullard, Fair Bluff... 

Alpheus Cox, Whiteville 

Charles Gore, Rt. 4, Whiteville 



J. P. Formv Duval, Acme 

H. H. Collins, Rt. 1, Whiteville. 

Edward Beck, Clarendon. 

Kenneth Ray, Tabor City 

C. A. Watson, Whiteville 

Vander Simmons, Bolton 

Paul Sellers, Whiteville 

R. J. Pate, Lake Waccamaw 

Billy Hooks, Whiteville 

J. C. Batten, Rt. 2, Whiteville.. 
James L. Collier, Whiteville 



Ben Dukes, Evergreen. 



OF North Carolina 



225 



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10,463 


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$ 1,576 
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5,156 
3,608 
3,146 
3,610 
2,641 
3,013 

21,035 
1,553 

10,099 
1,340 
4,264 
7,215 
8,869 

58,156 

19,994 
4,818 
6,137 
8,243 

4,719 
2,613 
2,515 

11,508 
1,931 
3,500 

11,789 
3,484 
2,867 
2,348 
9,572 
3,586 

2,581 
6,125 
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32,302 
7,289 
1,043 
5,258 
6,537 

16,136 
8,972 

45,203 

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298 
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396 
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257 

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718 

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162 

1,092 

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1,286 

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4,929 
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296 

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251 


171 
63 
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112 
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43 






4,565 


135 

188 
264 


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5,160 
2,500 
50,521 
11,225 


7,358 

8,986 

59,001 


341 
162 


136 
102 


64 

64 


23,630 
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123 


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2,207 


6,232 


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188 
188 


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152 

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247 
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112 

42 
61 
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89 


11,034 

5,437 
3,282 


191 


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5,648 


184 




3,874 


16,530 


178 






2,093 


111 

448 
247 
105 
187 


25 
77 
25 
51 
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64 
80 

14 
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303 


4,592 
15,308 
3,989 
4,153 
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180 
185 

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5,071 
630 


10,568 
4.420 

2,774 


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122 
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227 

17 


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8,121 
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205 


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75 

160 

100 

212 






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513 
211 

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198 


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64 
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9,313 
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3,640 


2,898 


2,054 


611 


S 96,. 324 


? 372,557 


$ 68,397 


$430,954 



15 



226 



Baptist State Convention 
DAN VALLEY 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



1. Antioch 

2. Ayersville 

3. Calvary 

4. Comer's Chapel. 

5. Dan Valley 

6. Deep Springs 

7. Draper 

8. Fairview 

9. Floyd's 



10. Grace. 



11. Leaksville: First 

12. Osborne 

13. Lively Stones _ 

14. Madison 

15. Mayodan 

16. Mt. Herman 

17. Providence.- _ 

18. Reidsville: Baptist 

Temple 



Beaver Island. 
Eastside 



21. First. 



22. Penn Memorial. 



23. Shady Grove . 

24. Sharon 

25. Spray 



26. Stoneville 

27. Thompsonville 



Totals. 



Earl Harrelscn, Rt. 6, Box 75, Reidsville. 

J. A. Joyce, Rt. 1 , Sandy Ridge 

Kenneth Snyder, Rt. 4, Reidsville 

Norman Harris, Rt. 2, Madison 

Vincent Wall, Rt. 4, Reidsville 

Raymond C. Needham, Rt. 1, Stoneville. 

John H. Reinert, Draper 

Harvey Y. Criminger, Rt. 2, Reidsville.. 
J. A. bunevant, 823 Thomas St., Reids- 
ville 

W. H. Poindexter, 214 N. Sunset Drive, 

Winston-Salem 

Harry D. Wood, Henry St., Leaksville... 
D. W. Patterson, 105 3rd St., Leaksville. 

Earlie L. Watlington, Rt. 1, Pelham 

Paul E. Brunner, Madison 

George E. Shore, Mayodan 

Kenneth Snyder, Rt. 4, Reidsville 

Lee Mclntyre, Rt. 1, Stoneville 



W. T. Smith, Baptist Temple Baptist 

Church, Reidsville 

Lee Anglin. Madison 

Claude Harrelson, 161 Hubbard Street, 

Reidsville 

Donald G. Myers, 408 Piedmont Street, 

Reidsville 



George M. Bishop, 114 Lawsonville Ave., 
Reidsville 



Milton Warf, Rt. 4, Reidsville 

Harvey Y. Criminger, Rt. 2, Reidsville . . 
H. F. Lambert, 1200 N. Hamilton Street, 

Leaksville 

Worth Braswell, Box 116, Stoneville 

John J. Groff, 1755 S. Scales St., Reids- 
ville 



Roy Moore, Rt. 2, Reidsville 

Conrad Cardwell, Rt. 1, Mayodan 

S. C. Law, 1025 Summit Ave., Reidsville 

Roy Puckett, Rt. 2, Madison 

J. Lewis Wall, Rt. 2, Stoneville 

Willie Knight, Box 319, Stoneville 

C. L. Combs, Draper 

Turner Coleman, Rt. 6, Reidsville 

J. W. Durham, Rt. 3, Stoneville 



William Joyce, Rt. 1, Box 197, Madison.. 
Jack R. Baker. Oakwood Dr., Leaksville. 

C. A. Davis, 105 N. Elm, Leaksville 

Willard Barker, Rt. 1, Pelham 

J. Lloyd Wall, Madison 

R. Frankie Griffin, Mayodan 

Glenn Simmons, Rt. 1, Leaksville.. 

Winford Stevens, Rt. 1, Stoneville 



Tyler V. Gann, 702 Wright St., Reidsville 
Carlton Wilkins, Rt. 2, Stoneville 

Matthew Pruitt, Rt. 1, Reidsville 



James Gillespie, 1305 Richardson Drive, 
Reidsville 

Hiawatha Groff, 1765 Scales St., Reids- 
ville 

Clarence F. Witty, Rt. 4, Reidsville 

Robert Small, Rt. 1, Summerfield 



David Alcorn, Rt. 2, Leaksville 
C. Frank Knight, Rt. 1, Stoneville. 



Melvin Hall, Rt. 1, Reidsville. 



DOCK 



Camp Branch. 

Dulih 

Gore's Chapel. 
Happy Home. 

Magnolia 

Mt. Sinai 

Myrtle Head.. 
New Brittain. . 

New Life 

Olyphic 



Palmyra 

Poley Bridge.. 

Riverside 

Sandy Plains. 
Seven Creeks. 
Zion 



Totals. 



W. V. Simmons, Ash 

Crowell Powell , Nakina 

Garland Long, Rt. 4, Whiteville., 
J. Robert Carter, Conway, S. C. 
Garland Long, Rt. 4, Whiteville.. 
E. D. Gaskin, Rt. 3, Tabor City. 

George W. Piver, Ash 

Dayton Fowler, Loris, S. C 

G. Clyde Prince, Loris, S. C 

L. L. Johnson, Magnolia 



Boroughs Carter, Loris, S. C 

Vance Tyson, Bladenboro 

R. L. Cumbee, Rt. 4, Whiteville. 

G. Clyde Prince, Loris, S. C 

R. L. Cumbee, Rt. 4, Whiteville. 
Crowell Powell, Nakina 



J. B. Little, Box 62, Freeland 

Julius Suggs, Rt. 3, Tabor City 

J. Shannon Gore, Rt. 1, Nakina 

Roland E. White, Nakina 

Edmond Clewis, Rt. 4, Whiteville 

Frank Rockwell, Clarendon 

L. D. Duncan, Freeland 

Leo Smith, Ash 

Carol Watts, Tabor City 

J. Marvin Gore, Rt. 3, Box 202, Tabor 

City 

Carl Suggs, Rt. 4, Whiteville . 

Austin G. Canady, Rt. 1, Tabor City 

W. E.Jacobs, Rt. 3, Tabor City 

Donnie Herring, Rt. 3, Tabor City 

Ernest H. Long, Rt. 1, Nakina 

Anson Ludlum, Ash 



OF North Carolina 



227 



DAN VALLEY 





















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c. 


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^ 


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Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


a i 


^^ 




1 




>.'o 
ll 


111 

> 


a o 




-a c 
Jl 

:S = 
OH 

pa 




O 3 

— o. 


^3^ 

E-i*^ to 

o 



368 



125 
240 
317 
175 
126 
182 
500 
279 



106 
667 
188 
58 
366 
651 
255 
205 



500 
114 



925 



337 
182 
283 



171 
325 
213 
117 
164 
337 
230 



164 
432 
227 
56 
387 
358 
205 
192 



601 
125 



233 



670 



280 
120 
159 

654 
313 



57 
100 
93 
97 
80 
77 
66 

103 

77 
80 
70 



238 
38 



108 



168 



258 

50 
9 
30 

127 
116 



154 



250 
1,670 
5,298 

513 

172 
325 

1,177 

480 

45,621 

1,050 



961 
33 



1,982 



3,871 
634 



1,315 
9,780 



752 



$ 76,686 



$ 2,998 


% 356 


2,278 


80 


10.084 


1,129 


7,546 


657 


1,821 


550 


4,785 


1,169 


11,947 


7,223 


9,106 


964 


4,020 


418 


5,888 


278 


25,009 


5,301 


5,809 


559 


1.097 


10 


67,110 


3,717 


16,163 


890 


6,423 


800 


6,354 


591 


37,508 


1,614 


2,423 


405 


7,458 


737 


34,439 


13,991 


15,742 


2,054 


3,737 


78 


2,831 


1,165 


15,820 


5,584 


18,202 


3,310 


8,362 


547 


1 334,960 


1 54,177 



3,354 
2,358 
11,213 
8,203 
2,371 
5,954 
19,170 
10,070 

4,438 

6,166 

30,310 

6,368 

1,107 

70.827 

17,053 

7,223 

6.945 



39,122 
2,828 



,195 



48,430 



17,796 
3,815 
3,996 

21,404 
21,512 

8,909 



$389,137 



DOCK 



9 

3 

7 
2 

2 
4 


27 
104 

66 
119 
105 
150 
■ 77 
212 
122 

59 
183 
143 

37 
138 
123 

68 


11 
94 
69 
153 
100 
112 
69 
236 
153 

57 
146 
115 

62 
162 

97 
121 










$ 
















16 

18 




20 
43 


89 


76 
48 










54 
































740 


45 

96 


60 

48 


"""30 


25 
















70 


70 












1,515 










29 


1,733 


1,757 


300 


356 


64 


25 


$ 2.318 



226 


$ 97 


768 


75 


340 


92 


2.042 


809 


784 


45 


910 


215 


779 


242 


1,431 


221 


1,546 


130 


1,777 


179 


1,558 


466 


2,242 


1,147 


670 


100 


1,743 


379 


3,380 


289 


2,462 


124 


22,658 


$ 4,610 



t 323 

843 
432 
2,851 
829 
1,125 
1,021 
1.652 
1,676 

1,956 
2,024 
3.389 
770 
2,122 
3,669 
2,586 

S 27,268 



228 



Baptist State Convention 

EASTERN 



CHrRCHES 



Pastor and Post Office 



SuNDAT School S^terintendent 
AND Post Office 



1 


Alpine 

Alum Springs 

Bear Marsh 

Beulah 

Beulaville 






2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 


James Hathorn, Rt. 1, Mt. Olive 

Russell Lee Hinton, Rt. 2, Mt. Olive 

J. L. Powers, Turkev 

Jerry R. DeBell, Be'ulaviUe 


Franklin Quinn, Albertson 

Elbert J. Davis, Rt. 2, .Mt. Olive 

J. W. Warren, Rt. 1, Turkey 

Arnold E. Thomas, Beulaville 


7. 
8. 
9. 
10 


Cedar Fork 

Center 

Clinton, First 

Concord 

Corinth 


Norman Ayeock, Rt. 2, Beulaville 

R. F. Marshburn, Salemburg 

J. D. Everett, Magnolia.. .. .. 


Freeman Raynor, Rt. 2, Beulaville 

Euliss Marshall, Rt. 1, Garland 

C. F. Shipp, Box 837, Clinton 

G. E. Drew, .Magnolia 


11 






12. 
13. 
14 


Dobson's Chapel 

Ebenezer 

Evergreen 


John I. Durham, Box 26, Chinquapin 

E. F. Knight, Harrells 

Paul Curry, Rt. 2, Clinton 


D. J. Kilpatrick, Rt. 2, Rose Hill 

None 

Xoah A. Todd, Rt. 1, Magnolia 


1,5 






Ifi 


Garland 

Garner's Chapel 

Grove Park 

Halls\-ille 






17. 
IS 


James Hathorn, Rt. 2, Mt. Olive 


Varner Garner, Rt. 1, Mt. Olive 

Willie Carr, Don St., Clinton 


IP 


Murrv DeHart, Mt. Airy 

James H. Tate, 103 Powers St., Clinton. . 




20. 

?1 


Immanuel 

Ingold .. 


Jeff Honeycutt, 1232 Sunset Ave., Clinton 
Alvah Tatum, Ingold . 


?:? 


Island Creek 

Johnson's 

Jone's Chapel 

Kenansville. .. . 


David Johnson, Rt. 2, Rose Hill.. 




23. 
24. 


Eugene B. Hager. Rt. 2, Warsaw 

James Hathorn, Rt. 2, Mt. Olive 

Lauren R. Sharpe, Kenans^•ille 


Bovce Bovette, Rt. 2, Warsaw 

J. E. Holt, Rt. 1, Mt. OUve 

F. W. McGowan, Kenansville 


?fi 




Stacy Evans, Rt. 1, Magnolia 

Herbert Ballanee, Rt. 2, Clinton 


?7 


Mt.Gilead 


M. Paul Currv. Box 15, Clinton 

T. W. Williams, Box 388, -Mt. Olive 

L. H. Knott, Rt. 2, Faison . 


28. 
?P 


Mt. Olive, First 

Mt. Vernon 

Xew Hope 

Piney Grove 

Poplar Grove 

Rose Hill. 


Robert R. Martin, Rt. 4, Mt. Olive 

H. L. Pope, 202 Stewart Ave., Clinton.. . 


30. 
31. 
32. 
33 


Eugene B. Hager, Rt. 2, Warsaw 

L. H. Knott, Rt. 2, Faison 

J. L. Powers, Turkey 

Julian Motley, Rose Hill 


James Bland, Turkey 

L. F. Thornton, Rt. 5, Clinton 

C. L. Spencer, Rt. 1, Faison 

W. T. Blanchard, Rose Hill 


34 


Rowan 


M. M. Johnson, Rt. 2, Clinton 


James R. Tew, Rt. 2, Clinton 


3.'> 


John I. Durham. Box 26, Chinquapin 


Ward Batchelor, Box 14, Chinquapin 


3fi 


Shiloh... - 




37 


Siloam 


E. F. Knight, Harrells 


T. H. Eason, Harrells 


38 








39 


Turkey 

Union Grove 

Warsaw . 


J. L. Powers, Turkey . 


L. D. Massev, Turkev 


40 


Fred J. Hall, Rot 91, SteHman 


Odell .Matthis, Rt. 2, Clinton 


41 




John A. Johnson, Warsaw . 




Totals 











ELKIN 




1. 


Bessie's Chapel 

Center 


Llovd Pardue, 607 Pleasant Hill Drive 
Elkin 


Fred Holder, Rt. 1, Elkin 


? 




Jerrv Adams, 120 EUer St., Elkin 


3 


Cool Springs 

Elkin: East 




Russell Brewer, Rt. 2, Elkin. 


4 


Tommie Collins, Rt. 1, Box 316, Elkin... 
Howard J. Ford, Elkin . 


C. C. Francis, P. 0. Box 495, Elkin 


5 


First 




6. 

7 


West 

Elkin Valley 

Little Elkin 


J. L. Powers, 778 Elk Spur St., Elkin 

W. C. Guth, Rt. 2, Elkin 


Tommy Johnson, South St., Elkin 

G. B. Walters, Rt. 2, Elkin 


8 






9 


Macedonia . . 


R_. A. Call, Rt. 2, X. Wilkesboro 


Albert Collins, Rt. 1, Ronda 


10 


Maple Springs 

Mineral Springs 

Mt. Pleasant 


Luther Holbrook, Rt. 1, Ronda 


11 




Transou Boles, Jonesville.. . 


1? 




Wm. A. Walters, State Road 


13 


J. L. West, Wilkesboro 

N. C. Teague, 1418 Elk Spur Ext., Elkin. 

Vaughn Brown, Rt. 3, X. Wilkesboro 

C.B. Mickles, East Bend 

C. E. Shugart, Elkin 




14. 
15. 
16. 
17 


Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Home _ 

Poplar Springs 

Rock Creek 


Phillip Ray, Elkin 

Thaddeus Darnell, Roaring River 

Hayden Moxley, 147 Woodruff St., Elkin 
Eugene Sebastian, Rt. 2, N. Wilkesboro. . 


18 


John L. Wells, 309 E. St., X. Wilkesboro. 
Graham Wooten, Rt. 4, Statesville 


L. H. Petree, Ronda -- 


19 


Shoaly Branch 

Union HilL 


J. H. White, State Road .- 


20 


Grady Xorman, Rt. 1, Thurmond.. 


21. 


White Plains 

Totals 


Bill L. Pruitt, Box 51-A, Hayes 


Clay Alexander, Roaring River 



OF North Carolina 



229 













EASTERN 






































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2. 


2 


3. 


4 


4. 


2 


5. 


4 


fi. 


4 


1 . 


4 


8. 


2 


9. 


4 


10. 


4 


11. 


4 


12. 


4 


13. 


1 


14. 


2 


15. 


2 


16. 


4 


17. 


3 


18. 


4 


19. 


4 


20. 


4 


21. 


2 


22. 


4 


23. 


4 


24. 


3 


25. 


4 


26. 


4 


27. 


4 


28. 


4 


29. 


4 


30. 


4 


31. 


4 


32. 


2 


33. 


4 


34. 


4 


35. 


4 


36. 


4 


37. 


4 


38. 


4 


39. 


2 


40. 


2 


41. 


4 



40 

82 
363 

49 
297 
236 
178 
110 
1,024 
110 
386 
204 

14 
135 

81 
318 
130 
266 
116 
167 
162 
296 
245 

68 
164 
265 
361 
581 
173 
177 
252 

76 
427 
510 
233 
143 
184 
163 
212 
131 



24 

99 
270 

60 
260 
173 
134 

92 
1,042 

89 
313 
140 



243 
101 
233 
187 

87 
174 
292 
284 
521 
170 

93 
215 

91 
357 
405 
188 
185 
167 
118 
176 



60 
135 
38 

97 
39 
97 
84 

240 
74 

132 



180 

57 

140 

36 

139 

75 

109 

95 

65 

50 

105 

135 

143 

79 

62 

79 

54 

123 

182 

141 

75 

65 

50 

91 

40 

200 



115 
50 
50 
66 
17 
54 
84 
41 
84 
38 
43 
36 
116 
133 
153 
55 
87 
37 
31 
70 



132 



105 
10 

106 
61 
13 
26 

227 
27 

136 
20 



36 
46 
59 
23 
82 
23 
46 
30 
69 
63 
27 
57 
76 
32 
192 
22 
41 
56 
22 
133 
125 
43 
40 
70 
30 
36 



241 



426 9.787 8.798 3.714 2.379 2,457 677 1150.952? 256,190 ^ 68,555 '^324, 74 



60 
,072 
416 
636 
472 
468 
,447 
216 



1,753 
"2;'666 



1,016 

1,253 

210 

728 
984 



156 
11,305 



1,358 



393 
1,676 

890 
4,967 
2,108 
6,105 
4,250 



367 



332 

913 

6,783 

3,276 

10,409 

4,589 

3.819 

953 

32.484 
1.855 
3,997 
2,340 
156 
1,459 
1,361 
6,945 
2,645 

14,311 
1,786 

10,291 
3,541 
3,558 
3,872 
2,687 
8,962 
5,470 

14,951 

14,997 
3,125 
3,306 
3,551 
994 
9,365 

14,318 
3,735 
7.506 
6,972 
9,389 
6,913 
935 

17,339 



114 
148 

1,930 
403 

2,814 
988 

1,216 

256 

15,446 

296 

1,714 

436 

72 

739 

657 

1,587 
313 

1,304 
491 
710 
992 
723 
929 
460 
741 

1,419 

1,168 

5,270 
213 
505 
820 
379 

9,628 

3,055 
347 
134 

1,513 

764 

652 

97 

7,112 



446 
1,061 
8,713 
3,679 

13,223 
5,577 
5,035 
1,209 

47,930 
2,151 
5,711 
2,776 
228 
2,198 
2,018 
8,532 
2,958 

15,615 
2,277 

11,001 
4,533 
4,281 
4,801 
3,147 
9,703 
6,889 

16,119 

20,267 
3,338 
3,811 
4,371 
1.373 

18,993 

17,373 
4,082 
7,640 
8,485 

10,153 
7,565 
1,032 

24,451 















ELKIN 












1. 


2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
2 
4 
2 
2 
2 
4 
4 
2 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


16 

"is 

14 

26 

13 

13 

5 

1 

3 

13 

4 

5 

22 

13 

13 

6 

3 

16 
4 


150 
80 
270 
242 
753 
177 
569 
245 
253 
93 
359 
222 
137 
746 
207 
258 
299 
197 
166 
51 
219 


187 
85 
180 
162 
776 
140 
417 
157 
131 
245 
'240 
216 
146 
647 
132 
205 
126 
130 
150 
70 
154 


55 

59 
117 

55 
256 

64 
100 








% 257 


% 3,132 

436 

3.254 

3,412 

58,119 
9,747 

20,154 

5,481 

1.601 

736 

10,508 
6,846 
2,004 

18,607 
3,294 
2,843 
2,392 
5,103 
2.492 
3,083 
1,741 


S 90 
128 
739 
349 
11,684 
602 

3,292 

113 

551 

10 

1,136 

1,469 
327 

3,742 
134 
454 
402 
269 
25 
188 
173 


% 3,222 


2. 








564 


3. 
4. 
5. 

6. 

7. 
8. 


69 
43 

187 
57 
86 


12 
35 

332 
23 

139 


"'"'24 
121 

""65 


196 
3,910 

340 
2,647 


3,993 
3,761 
69,803 
10,349 
23,446 
5,594 


9. 


50 
31 

105 
95 
74 

226 
50 
62 
76 
80 
93 
48 
86 


66 
84 
65 
71 


25 




2,152 


10. 






746 


11. 
12. 
13. 


53 
64 


19 
39 


250 


11,644 
8,315 
2,331 


14. 
15. 


179 
42 
97 
40 
30 
80 

'""78 


119 


80 


6,564 

772 


22,349 
3,428 


16. 


20 
12 
13 




3,297 


17. 






2,794 


18. 
19. 




372 
1,072 
1.514 


5,372 

2,517 


20. 
21. 


10 




3,271 
1,914 














203 


5,693 


4 696 


1,782 


1,274 


857 


348 


% 18.471 


% 164.985 


% 25 877 


tlflO 862 











230 



Baptist State Convention 
FLAT RIVER 



CnrRCHEs 



Pastor and Post Office 



StjNDAT School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



1. 

? 


Amis Chapel 


E. \V. Greene, Rt. 5, Henderson 


Willie S. Young, Rt. 2, Virgilina, Va 

C. W. Allen, Jr., Rt. 1, Creedmoor 


s 


Bullock 

Butner 


Flovd M. Hellams, Bullock 

Warren T. Bush, Box 24, Butner 


H.H. Hicks, BuUock.. . 


4. 
5 


A. C. Harrison, Butner 

L. R. Xoell, Rt. 2, Creedmoor 


6. 

S. 

q 


Corinth 

Creedmoor, First 

Dexter 


J. R. Ball, Wake Forest 

J. C. Jones, Jr., Creedmoor 

E. T. Vinson, Box 1251, Oxford 

W. I.Johnson. Rt. 1, Oxford 

R. R. Pulley, Creedmoor 

Robert F. Lambert, Virgilina, Va 


Robert A. Preddy, Rt. 2, O.xford 

W. H. Anderson, Creedmoor 

Sam Harper, 912 Nichols St., Henderson 
Nat J. Jones. Rt. 1, 0.xford 


in 






11. 


Florence Avenue 


George Smith, Virgilina, Va 


13. 
14 


Grassy Creek 


Dennis M . Larkins, Oxford 

Paul C. Mattox, Cherry St., Oxford 

Jack F. Coffey, Rt. 5, Henderson 

Herbert Zerof , Wake Forest 

Roy Cantrell, 117 Cheatam St., Franklin- 
ton .. .. . .... 


Woodrow Yancey, Nelson, Va 


15. 
16. 

17 


Island Creek 

Knott's Grove 

Mt. Olivet 


Oxford 

C. S. Tippett, Sr., Henderson 

Mrs. Graham Matthews, Rt. 4, Oxford., 




Mt. Zion 


E. L. Blackley, Rt. 1, Franklinton 


18 


W. I. Johnson, Rt. 1, Oxford 


Brinldell \\ ilkins, Rt. 1, Oxford 


IP 


Mountain Creek 


Elbert Blackwell, Rt. 4, Oxford 


?n 


Allen Higginbotham, Rt. 2, Creedmoor. -. 

H. W. Baucom, Jr., Oxford... 

A. S. Lamm. Grace St., Oxford 

J. R. Ball, Jr., Wake Forest 


W. B. Brinklev, Rt. 2, Creedmoor 


21 

?9 


Oxford: First 

West 


Hugh .M. Currin, 502 Park Dr., Oxford ,. 


n 


Peace's Chapel 

Pleasant Grove 

Poplar Creek 


Richard Roberts, Rt. 2, Kittrell 


'4 




W. W. Bennett, Rt. 1, Creedmoor 


?.5 


E. T. Vinson, Box 1251, Oxford . . 




?fi 


L. W. Smith, Oxford 

Flovd M. Hellams, Bullock : 


Glenn Daniel, Rt. 2, Oxford 


?7 


Rock Spring 




?8 


W. J. Edwards, Box 109, Oxford.. 

N. Curtis Knowles, Stovall 

W.J. Edwards, Box 109, Oxford 

E.T.Vinson, Box 1251, Oxford 


Flovd Elliott, Rt. 4, Oxford . 


29 
30 
31 


Stovall 

Tabb's Creek 

Tally-Ho 


C. V. Tart, Stovall 

Luey A. Finch, Rt. 5, Oxford 

Ernest G. Clayton, Rt. 1, Stem 


3? 








Totals... 















FRENCH BROAD 



1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 


Alexander 

Arrington Branch 

Beech Glen 

Bethel :.._ 

Big Laurel 

Bull Creek 


Joe Honeycutt, Rt. 4, .\sheville 

E. W. Jenkins, Rt. 1, Flag Pond, Tenn... 

L. R. Williams, Mars Hill 

T. S. Henderson, Rt. 5. .\sheville 

•J. J.Slagle, Rt.2, .Marshall 

Glenn Whitlev, Box 172, Mars Hill 

William Abel," Rt. 1, .Mars Hill 

H. G. Barnes, Rt. 1, Mars Hill 

N. H. Griffin, .Marshall 

Jack Davis, Rt . 1 , Marshall 

Lester Cravton, Rt. 4, Marshall 

C. H. Green, Rt. 2, Weaverville 


8. 
9 


California Creek 

Calvary 

Chapel' Hill 


10. 
11. 

1? 


Davis Chapel 

Enon 

Forks of Ivy 

Foster's Creek 


13 




14. 
15. 

16. 
17 


Gabriel's Creek 

Grand View 

Grape Vine 


Cays Robinson, Rt. 2, Marshall 

Don Windsor, Rt. 1, Marshall 

Ranson Edwards, Rt. 5, Asheville 


18 


Ivy Hill 


Edd Shelton, Rt. 1, Flag Pond. Tenn 


19 


Laurel Bend 

Laurel Branch 

Laurel Chapel 

Laurel Seminary 

Laurel Valley 

Little Creek 

Little Ivv 


20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
?5 


N. H. Griffin, Rt. 2, Marshall 

Ranson Edwards, Rt. 5, Asheville 

Joe Wilds, Marshall 

Frank English. Rt. 1, .Mars Hill 

Edd Penland, 3 Davidson Rd., Asheville. 

Laurence Rhodes, Mars Hill 

Lester Edwards. Weaverville 

W. E. McPetcrs, .Mars Hill 

Ralph Hogan, Rt. 4, Marshall 

Robert E. Seymour, Mars Hill 

D. D. Gross, Marshall . 


26. 
27 
28 
29. 
.30. 


Locust Grove 

Long Branch 

.Madison Seminary... 

Mars Hill 

Marshall 



Joe Paul Roberts, 451 2 King St., Asheville 

R. C. Jenkins, Sr., Rt. 2, Marshall 

Tom Brigmon, Rt. 2, Mars Hill 

Bovd Hill, Rt. 2, .Mars Hill 

*Jeff Davis, Rt.4, Marshall 

Gladston Hunter, Rt. 2, Marshall 

Kenneth Buckner, Rt. 1, Mars Hill 

Arthur .\mmons, Rt. 1, Mars Hill 

* Talmage Franklin, Rt. 3, Marshall 

Rav Crowe, Rt. 2, Marshall 

Oscar McDevitt, Rt. 2, Marshall 

Harry Dillingham, Rt. 2, Mars Hill 

Don Peek, Flag Pond, Tenn 

FredGosnell, Rt. 1, Mars HiU 

Jasper Triplett, Rt. 1, Alexander 

Henry Davis, Rt. 2, Marshall 

Woodrow Ramsey, Hot Springs 

Mrs. Magdelene Emory, Rt. 2, Weaver- 
ville 

Frank Roberson, Rt. 1, Flag Pond, Tenn. 

Glen Slagle, Rt. 2, Marshall 

Clay Jenkins, Flag Pond, Tenn 

Marion Lewis, Rt. 4, Marshall 

London Honevcutt, Rt. 1, Mars Hill 

Milo Ingle, Rt. 1, .Mars Hill 

Roy Buckner, Mars Hill 

Martin Roberts, Weaverville 

Bo.vce Crow, Rt. 2, .Marshall 

Howard Smith, Marshall 

Arthur Wood, Mars Hill 

J. C. Henderson, Marshall 



OF North Carolina 



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2 


12 


301 


165 


87 


69 


103 


36 


$ 118 


$ 3,541 


1 1,985 


$ 5,526 


2. 




2 
4 


5 


127 
175 


126 
114 


65 
61 


'"""47 


37 
56 






3,305 
14,586 


756 
1,699 


4,061 


3. 




7,476 


16,285 


4. 


All 




15 


202 


213 


125 


48 


28 




1,282 


7.063 


1,125 


8,188 


5. 


All 


2 


12 


137 
230 


98 
132 


41 

47 




12 
60 






1,735 
1,998 


278 
575 


2,013 


6. 


20 




2,573 


7. 


All 




26 


419 


343 


107 


101 


57 


22 


1,280 


19,398 


2,260 


21,658 


8. 




2 


5 


210 


61 


37 




24 




75 


2,348 


114 


2,462 


9. 




4 


3 


357 


316 


110 




123 


11 




5,396 


6,117 


11,513 


10. 


All 

All 




1 


281 
120 


232 
83 


77 
48 


76 
34 


18 
17 






7,312 
9,172 


656 
960 


7,968 


11. 




4,221 


10,132 


12. 


All 




16 


551 


501 


201 


103 


163 


69 


364 


18,944 


3,926 


22.870 


13. 




4 


10 


450 


221 


82 


29 


39 




665 


4,191 


1,610 


5,801 


14. 


All 




30 


541 


508 


160 




151 


78 


2,200 


13,693 


5,388 


19,081 


15. 


All 




5 


565 


383 


134 


152 


61 


35 




11,029 


3,027 


14,056 


16. 




4 


9 


168 


86 


68 




22 




499 


2,891 


400 


3,291 


17. 


All 




9 


209 


111 


79 




17 




151 


1,990 


313 


2,303 


18. 




4 


6 


384 


329 


180 


60 


99 


11 


19 


4,508 


1,637 


6,145 


19. 




4 


16 


495 


295 


130 


80 


101 




25,000 


29,765 


1,607 


31.372 


20. 


All 




13 


293 


207 


101 


42 


18 




8,123 


12,696 


443 


13,139 


21. 


All 




42 


1,409 


861 


263 


191 


375 


47 


1,125 


53,418 


20,456 


73,874 


22. 


All 




26 


298 


303 


109 


68 


71 


30 


187 


11,705 


1,553 


13,258 


23. 




4 


4 


364 


240 


92 




73 


12 




2,334 


1,182 


3,516 


24. 


All 


4 

2 


6 
'""23 


209 
101 
421 


128 

61 

360 


53 
32 
173 


""""65 


16 
20 
126 






2,401 
2,653 
9,289 


370 

242 

1,386 


2,771 


25. 






2,895 


26. 


39 


2,065 


10,675 


27. 




4 


12 


269 


102 


42 


58 


15 




852 


4,549 


1,145 


5,694 


28. 




4 


8 


194 


100 


104 




68 


10 


13,517 


16,363 


833 


17,196 


29. 


All 




10 


700 


450 


112 


86 


96 


10 




6,693 


2,628 


9,321 


30. 




4 


3 


221 


153 


64 


53 


40 


6 




6,110 


1,035 


7,145 


31. 




2 


10 


225 


111 


58 




43 


21 




3,424 


260 


3,684 


32. 




2 




60 


45 


15 










1,600 




1,600 
















337 


10,686 


7,438 


3,057 


1,362 


2,149 


457 


S 69,219 


$ 296,100 


$ 65,966 


$362 066 

















FRENCH BROAD 










1. 


All 
1-3 

All 

All 
*2 
2-4 

All 

All 


4 
8 
1 

""'"19 
4 
4 
3 


158 
173 
151 
235 
229 
208 
281 
200 
129 
168 
245 
207 
82 
207 
158 
340 
299 

191 
69 
173 
107 
186 
100 
99 
184 
319 
176 
174 
979 
235 


125 

85 

96 

131 

87 

124 

158 

205 

88 

136 

120 

134 

35 

156 

85 

173 

184 

137 
54 
62 
87 
60 
60 
59 
169 
225 
105 
157 
1,068 
215 










$ 35 


$ 2,830 

313 
1,237 
4,689 

244 
3.754 
7.797 
8,199 

287 

1,951 

6.250 

11,278 

387 
1,987 
1,878 
1,166 
8,972 

896 

245 

710 

415 

280 

427 

643 

4,750 

5.361 

1,898 

4,689 

6.417 

35,922 


$ 188 

32 

260 

564 

6 

1,270 

422 

836 

104 

105 

491 

846 

44 

328 

130 

45 

610 

198 

37 

212 

26 

34 

35 

202 

505 

339 

339 

973 

1,024 

13,185 


% 3,018 


2. 


42 
52 
83 
70 
71 
46 
92 
32 
54 
50 
48 
39 
88 
50 








345 


3. 


50 
64 


19 






1.497 


4. 




2,060 


5,253 


5. 






250 


6. 

7. 
8. 
9. 


72 
61 
110 


28 
60 
33 


31 
37 
37 


480 

50 

435 


5,024 

8,219 

9,035 

391 


10. 


1-3 
All 
All 


8 
2 
9 








972 
3,170 
4,741 


2,056 


11. 
12. 
13. 


56 
80 


20 
50 


""""24 


6,741 

12,124 

431 


14. 


1-3 
All 

1-3 
All 

2-4 


3 

6 

2 

23 

13 
3 

3 
2 

2 

8 

25 

3 

"'"'is 

2 


75 
57 








2,315 


15. 






570 

60 

5,873 


2,008 


16. 






1,211 


17. 
18. 


91 

63 
45 
15 
45 


78 


46 


11 


9,582 
1,094 


19. 










282 


20. 


1-3 

2-4 
2 

1-3 
All 
All 
All 

1-3 
All 
All 
All 


15 


5 






922 


21. 






441 


22. 










314 


23. 


45 
30 








95 


462 


24. 








845 


25. 










5,255 


26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 


106 
48 
60 
90 
78 


44 
67 
100 
567 
36 


9 

38 
43 
155 
51 


""""22 
50 
29 


1,193 
586 

"""2^033 


5,700 
2,237 
5,662 
7,441 
49,107 



232 



Baptist State Convention 
FRENCH BROAD — Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



31. Middle Fork. 

32. Mt. Pleasant. 

33. Mt. Sheba... 

34. Oak Grove... 

35. Oak Hill 

36. Oak Ridge... 

37. Paint Fork... 



38. Paint Gap 

39. Peek's Chapel.... 

40. Piney Grove 

41. Piney Mountain.. 

42. Pleasant Valley... 

43. Rice Creek 

44. Trinity 

45. (Little Ivy Comvmi 

46. Union Valley 

47. Upper Laurel 

48. Walnut 

49. Walnut Creek 



Orlando Hawkins, Mars Hill 

Curtis Riddle, Rt. 1, Fletcher.. 

Samuel Austin, Alexander 

Clell Fisher, Rt. 2, Marshall. 

Jeter Sherlin, Rt. 1, Marshall 

Luke Griffin, Rt. 4, Marshall 

Jimmy Rogers, 118 Courtland Ave., 
Asheville 



W. S. Vehaun, Elkwood Ave., Asheville.. 

Sam Austin, Alexander 

M. H. Kendall, Mars Hill 

J. C. Barnett, Rt. 8, Johnson City, Tenn. 

E . D . Jenkins, Flag Pond, Tenn 

D. E. Richardson, Mars Hill 

tvW. M.U.)... 

Virgil Ray, Rt. 4, Marshall 

Jay Blankenship, Rt. 3, Weaverville 

Robert Harris, Box 67, Asheville.. 

Kinisey Ball, Rt. 4, Alexander 



Totals. 



Shelby Ray, Rt. 2, Mars HUl 

Frank Hipps, Rt. 1, Mars Hill 

Llovd Young, Jr., Rt. 3, Weaverville. 

Elisha Tweed, Rt. 2, Marshall 

Herman Pegg, Rt. 1, Marshall 

James Fisher, Rt. 1, Alexander 



Mack Boone, Rt. 2, Mars Hill 

Fred Robinson, Rt. 2, Mars Hill... 

Dearl Ammons, Rt. 2, Marshall 

Mallie Brown, Rt. 1, Marshall 

Floyd Shepherd, Rt. 2, Weaverville. 

Hieks Cole, Rt. 1, Mars Hill 

Tom Briggs, Flag Pond, Tenn 

Vance Edwards, Rt. 2, Marshall... 



Edison Wallin, Rt. 4, Marshall 

Jobie Honeycutt, Rt. 1, Mars Hill. 

Jeter P. Ramsey, Marshall 

John Flynn, Rt. 4, Marshall 



GASTON 



1. Alexis 

2. Anthony Grove.. 

3. Belmont: Browntown 



Catawba Heights.. 

East... 

First... 



Stowe Memorial. 
Unity 



9. Berea. 

Bessemer City: 
10. Bingham 



11. Chestnut 

12. First.... 



13. Seeond- 



14. Sunnyside. 

15. Bethel 

16. Bruington Memorial. 

17. Center View 

18. Cherryville: First.-.. 

19. Second 



20. Community 

21. Cramerton: First 

22. Riverside 

23. West. 

24. Dallas 

25. Friendship 

26. Gamble Hill 

27. Gastonia: Beach Ave. 

28. Bethlehem 

29. Calvary 



30. Cleveland Heights. 



Fred Carter, 206 Depot Ave., Cherryville 

D. Howard Moore, 2108 Bethlehem Ave., 
Gastonia 

Robert L. Hardin, Box 43, Catawba 
Heights, Belmont 

George E. Williamson, 421 Church, Bel- 
mont 

Walter N. Long, 23 N. Central Avenue, 
Belmont 

E.G. Powell, Rt. 2, Gastonia 

H. F. Goodwin, 1004 E. Catawba, Bel- 
mont 

Glenn Caldwell, Rt. 3, Lincolnton 



John M. Chapman, 1615 Patrica Street, 
Gastonia 



William L. Thornburg, Box 433, Rt. 3, 
Kings Mountain 

A. A. Bailey, 114 W. Washington St., 
Bessemer City 

R. C. Franks, 101 E. Louisiana Avenue, 
Bessemer City 

George L. Willis, Rt. 2, Bessemer City 

F>. J. Chastain, Rt. 2, Gastonia 

James C. Huneycutt, Jr., Stanley 

R. Lovie Wynn, N. Belmont 

W. C. Lamb, 202 N. Jacob St., Cherryville 
Waldo K. Mullen, 202 Houser St., Cherry- 
ville 

C. R. Price, Rt. 2, Dallas 

B. A. Bowers, Mt. Holly Rd., Mt. Holly. . 

C. R. McMahan, Box 636, Cramerton... 

Ralph Holcomb, W. Cramerton 

Hubert Huggins, Dallas 

A. P. Millen, Rt. 1, Belmont 

W. P. Bumgardner, Rt. 1, Kings Mtn... 
Ronald Holland, 309 N. EUabee, Gastonia 
C. V. Carver, 422 Separk Cr., Gastonia.. 
Loyd R. Lane, 2124 Pinkney Station, 

Gastonia 

Earl L. Caldwell, Kendrick Dr., Gastonia 



A. A. Bradshaw, Jr., Rt. 1, Iron Station . 
Carl Hallman, Rt. 2, Cherryville 

J. W. Gibby, Box 31, Rt. 1, Belmont 

James Lawing, 401 Henry St., Belmont . 

Lewis Rumfelt, 63 Garrison St., Belmont 

Miss Katherine Gaston, Rt. 2, Gastonia.- 
Joseph Seay, Rt. 1, Belmont 

B.J. Unity, Box 244, Belmont 

T. F. Hamrick, McAdenville 

0. T. Polk, Sr., 102 W. Carolina Avenue, 
Bessemer City 

Burwell Nolam, 201 Fairview, Kings Mtn. 

Coye Hovis, Skyland Dr., Bessemer City 

Ira J. Falls, Kings Mountain 

Millard Putnam, Rt. 3, Kings Mountain. 
T. W. Davis, Rt. 1, Robinwood Road, 
Gastonia 

R. P. Sullivan, Box 344, Stanley 

E. R. Abernathy, No. 4 Acme, Belmont— 
L. D. McCurry, Box 548, Cherryville 

H. H. Huss, N. Mtn. St., Cherryville 

J. F. Fowler, Rt. 2, Dallas 

B. B. Moss, Box 471, Cramerton 

E. F. Hudspeth, 85 5th St., Cramerton .. 

George Rippy, W. Cramerton 

L. L. Clemmer, Dallas 

Clifford Durham, Box 978, Cramerton 

J. E. Conner, 410 York Rd., Kings Mtn.. 
Loyd Beaver, 1015 W. 6th Ave., Gastonia 
Earnest Crenshaw, 509 Vista Dr., Gastonia 

Harry Greenlee, 114 Nassau PI., Gastonia 
Willie Liverett, 412 Connor St., Gastonia 



OF North Carolina 
FRENCH BROAD— Continued 



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$ 3,494 


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$ 3 882 


32. 


1-3 


3 


84 


52 












2,153 


45 


2,198 


33. 


1-3 


6 


80 


133 










325 


1,436 


90 


1,526 


34. 


All 


10 


164 


131 


66 


81 






280 


2,204 


216 


2 420 


35. 


1-3 

2-4 


4 
1 


55 

95 


81 
42 


70 


54 








961 
1,528 


41 
151 


1,002 


36. 








1,679 


37. 


2-4 


2 


61 


45 


45 


34 


11 




270 


1,031 


90 


1,121 


38. 


1-3 

All 


2 
2 


191 
215 


120 
120 


40 


41 








1,612 
1,854 


183 
43 


1,795 


39. 








1,897 


40. 


2-4 


7 


145 


73 


58 








464 


990 


61 


1,051 


41. 


1-3 


6 


236 


108 


36 


45 


31 






1,007 


526 


1,533 


42. 


1-3 




102 


79 


28 








550 


962 


34 


996 


43. 


2-4 


5 


57 


61 


30 










410 


29 


439 


44. 


All 


5 


63 


51 


43 


52 


13 




189 


632 


112 


744 


45. 














14 






169 
351 

5,093 


226 

4 

197 


395 


46. 


1-3 

All 


3 
23 


227 
280 


69 
144 










355 


47. 


100 








3,545 


5,290 


48. 


1 




226 


120 


104 


56 






773 


2,534 


368 


2,902 


49. 


2-4 


2 


176 


145 


68 








398 


1,456 


73 


1,529 














260 


9,107 


6,249 


2,281 


1,943 


626 


241 


$ 30,003 


$ 155,749 


% 26,267 


8182,016 









GASTON 



4 


20 


4 


3 


4 


9 


4 


11 


4 


27 


4 


28 


4 


9 


4 


18 


4 


1 


4 


5 


4 


24 


4 


12 


4 


8 


4 


32 


4 


1 


4 


16 


4 


45 


4 


49 


4 


7 


4 


10 


4 


20 


4 


55 


4 


15 


4 


10 


4 


15 


4 


3 


4 


37 


4 


7 


4 


21 


4 


29 



495 
146 



1,110 
348 



124 



107 
172 

50 

410 

703 

1,033 

305 
156 
707 
164 
157 
448 
290 
64 
224 
379 

532 
196 



553 
215 

121 

178 

795 

1,052 
390 

316 



192 

652 

175 
190 

64 

424 

632 

1,048 

312 
209 
498 
210 
182 
360 
291 
63 
199 
403 

566 
172 



63 
236 



296 
151 



64 

249 



162 
219 

281 

155 
118 
121 
105 

77 
116 
211 

33 



49 

60 

278 

265 
75 

109 



190 



124 
161 

278 

106 
73 
61 

119 
43 
50 
90 
33 



108 



22 

52 

177 

226 



152 



114 
134 
275 

46 
51 

142 
48 
43 

143 
91 



32 



786 
995 



275 

38 



2,064 
549 

30,793 
1,731 
490 
1,111 
4,884 
384 
1,308 



64,626 
10,388 



18,155 
5,060 


$ 10,386 
146 


2,409 


116 


8,982 


81 


29,634 


10,008 


47,816 
10,286 


19,854 
470 


17,042 
3,310 


2,561 
235 


3,551 


257 


5,936 




28,058 


10,801 


3,307 
6,834 


268 
219 


3,666 
22,325 
28,425 
31,687 


22 
8,106 
11,556 
14.690 


40,738 
7,706 
19,292 
8,810 
10,049 
14,712 
10,911 
2,417 
8,372 
9,764 


200 

97 

7.817 

1,068 

840 
7,190 
2,263 

252 
42 

909 


77,112 
13,786 


1,907 
520 



28,541 
5,206 

2.525 

9,063 

39,642 

67,670 
10,756 

19,603 
3,545 



3,808 

5,936 

38,859 

3,575 
7,053 

3,688 
30.431 
39,981 
46.377 

40,938 

7,803 

27,109 

9,878 

10,889 

21,902 

13,174 

2,669 

8,414 

10.673 

79,019 
14,306 



234 



Baptist State Convention 
GASTON— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



31. 
31. 



East 

Fairview- 



33. Faith 

34. First 

35. Flint Groves. 



36. 
37. 



Loray 

Love Memorial-- - 



38. Macedonia 

39. Modena Street--- 



40. Rankin Lalie. 

41. Ranlo 



42. Ridge 

43. Rosewood Lane- 



44. Sandy Plains 

45. Seventh Avenue.-. 

46. S. Marietta Street. 



47. Temple. 

48. Unity... 



49. Victory 

50. West Franklin Ave 

51. Hardin 

52. Hickory Grove 

53. High Shoals-.-- 

54. Holland Memorial.. 

55. Long Creek Memorial 

56. Lowell: First 

57. Woodlawn 

58. McAdenville 

59. Lake View 

60. Mount Beulah.-. 

61. Mt. Holly: First.. 

62. Second : 



63. Mt.Zion 

64. Mountain Side.. 

65. Mountain View- 

66. New Hope 

67. Oak Grove 

68. Plainview 

69. Shady Grove.... 

70. Sunset Forest... 

71. Tuckaseegee 



72. Webb's Chapel. 



Mission Vacation 
Bible Schools: 

GobleSt 

Flint Groves... 
Oakland 



T. L. Cashwell, Sr., Gastonia 

A. K. Cheek, 1706 W. Davidson, Gastonia 

I. D. Phillips, 220 N. Weldon, Gastonia. 

V. Ward Barr. Box 590, Gastonia 

W. T. Hendrix, 501 Lower Dallas Road, 

Gastonia 

Frank H. Malone, 920 Paramount Cr., 

Gastonia 

John Kinnaman, 417 E. Park Avenue, 

Gastonia 



M. P. Rhyne, Dallas... 

J. Fred King, N. Modena St., Gastonia. . 

W. W. Black, Rt. 2, Dallas 

E. V. Plemmons, 1517 Spencer Mountain 
Road, Gastonia 



A. A. Scoggins, Rt. 1, Gastonia 

Leland Conwell, 1413 W. Mauney Ave., 
Gastonia 



Totals - 



Z. Miller Freeman, Rt. 3, Gastonia 

Larry McClure, Peachtree St,. Gastonia. 

Eugene B. Elmore, 910 S. Marietta Street, 

Gastonia 

S. Guy Walker, 109 Little John, Gastonia 

J. C. Gwaltney, N. Myrtle School Road, 
Gastonia 

W. Wilson Payne, 1707 S. Perry Street, 
Gastonia . — . 

James B. McQuere, Box 2457, Gastonia-. 

Fred Hicks, Rt. 4, Lincolnton 

Ralph Carpenter, Rt. 1, Mt. Holly 

Edward B. Smith, Jr., High Shoals 

John W. Stowe, Rt. 1, Bessemer City 

Donald Keyser, Dallas 

H.S.Elliot, Box 65, Lowell 

Morris Baker, Lowell 

Wilson W. Padgette, McAdenville 

E.J. Rumfelt, McAdenville 

E. Ray Seism, Rt. 1, Bessemer City 

J. D. Williams, 300 S. Main, Mt. Holly. - 
C. C. Roberts, 117 Church St., Mt. Holly 



Charles H. High, Rt. 1, Cherryville 

0. R.Costner, Rt. 2, Gastonia 

Floyd Hollar, Rt. 1, Kings Mountain 

Robert F. Suraraey, Sr., Rt. 2, Gastonia 

Ray Caldwell. Rt. 1, Lincolnton 

N. W. Martin, 629 W. 5th, Gastonia.. .- 

Lee A. Smith, Rt. 2, Cherryville 

L. Beaufort Graham, Rt. 2, Gastonia ... 

0. B. Reel, 511 Tuckaseegee Rd., Mt., 

Holly 



Grady Welch, 1515 S. Marietta Street, 
Gastonia 



Paul Powers, 1500 Modena St., Gastonia 

Fred Chastain, 1801 W. Davidson Avenue, 

Gastonia 

W. R. Givens, 2305 Skyland Dr., Gastonia 

E. W. Brockman, Box 631, Gastonia 

Robert H. Stowe, Box 11, E. Gastonia.. 
Chester Tate, 312 S. King, Gastonia 

W. P. Slaten, 604 Dartmouth Drive, 
Gastonia 

Lenell Keenum, Box 111, Rt. 3, Gastonia 

M. C. Dilling, 1403 W. Davidson Avenue, 
Gastonia 

C. E. Austin, Rt. 2, Dallas 

W. A. Smith, 827 Spencer Mountain Rd., 
Gastonia 

J. C. Small, Pinkney Sta., Gastonia 

Woodie Burchfield, 1309 W. Walnut, 
Gastonia 

W. L. Payseur, Rt. 3, Gastonia 

Gail Hoyle, 1124 Laurel Lane, Gastonia. - 

Leonard Lowe, 506 Butler Ct., Gastonia 
C. L. Henderson, 1634 Poston Cr., Gas- 
tonia 

R. W. Smith, 33 Brown St., Gastonia 

O.J. Lyda, 308 Hillcrest, Gastonia 

M. C. Barber, 101 S. Webb, Gastonia—. 

Lawrence McAllister, Rt. 1, Dallas 

L. A. Abernathy, Box 95, N. Belmont 

A. R. Rice, 53 River St., High Shoals 

W. F. Ashe, Rt. 1, Bessemer City 

K. H. Parks, Tanglewood Dr., Gastonia. 

Charlie Roberts, Lowell 

James A. McGaha, Box 232, Lowell 

J. E. Clark, Box 6, McAdenville 

Daniel Tallant, McAdenville 

Carl Glover, Rt. 2, Bessemer City 

Allan Craig, Rt. 1, Mt. Holly 

Elmer C. Miller, 215 N. Alexander, Mt. 

Holly 

Hugh Helms, Rt. 1, Cherryville 

M. L. Petty, Rt. 2, Gastonia 

Monroe Grigg, Rt. 3, Kings Mountain.- 

J. B. Grooms, 1005 E. 6th, Gastonia 

W. H. Black, Rt. 1, Crouse 

M. L. Helms, Rt. 1, Dallas 

F. L. Mauney, Rt. 2, Cherryville 

W. J. Jones, Box 220, N. Belmont 

Mrs. J. W. Jackson, Box 81, Catawba 
Heights, Belmont 

Howard Garver, Rt. 4, Lincolnton 



OF North Carolina 
GASTON — Continued 



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4 


30 


956 


1,037 


276 


200 


204 


93 


S 896 


$ 30,554 


$ 1,870 


$ 49,224 


32. 


4 


13 


312 


214 


93 


86 


88 


39 


745 


12,476 


1,905 


14,381 


33. 


4 
4 


5 

38 


79 
1,727 


82 
1,765 


62 
441 


41 

462 


12 
432 






1,438 
99,188 


192 
36,464 


1,630 


34. 


"'133 


"4^647 


135,652 


35. 


4 


36 


939 


1,145 


414 


611 


217 


109 


49,639 


71,885 


16,798 


88,683 


36. 


4 


36 


1,043 


894 


199 


303 


147 


73 


44,251 


72,746 


18,720 


91,466 


37. 


4 


28 


613 


417 


260 


158 


115 


19 


390 


9,981 


5,237 


15,218 


38. 


4 


1 


83 


60 




33 


12 


10 




3,540 


74 


3,614 


39. 


4 


20 


582 


325 


66 


79 


92 


15 


1,000 


13,034 


1,092 


14,126 


40. 


4 


12 


341 


179 


102 


51 


62 


26 


137 


9,998 


1,466 


11,464 


41. 


4 


28 


722 


784 


232 


191 


174 


97 


25,291 


45,685 


6,579 


52,264 


42. 


4 


44 


377 


387 


185 


283 


75 


28 


7,542 


19.567 


45 


19,612 


43. 


4 


9 


162 


162 


73 


49 


30 


15 


1,230 


5,048 


135 


5.183 


44. 


4 


32 


652 


494 


178 


162 


136 


42 


5,341 


20,055 


5,067 


25,122 


45. 


4 


20 


220 


243 


123 


76 


49 


27 


282 


8,388 


239 


8,627 


46. 


4 


6 


768 


758 




113 


105 


48 


1,446 


19,085 


3,351 


22,436 


47. 


4 


39 


988 


677 


200 


309 


145 


60 


7,000 


46,523 


6,258 


52,781 


48. 


4 


21 


416 


441 


155 


164 


114 


36 


1,510 


18,634 


5,119 


23,753 


49. 


4 


29 


266 


276 


173 


105 


43 


25 


385 


10,515 


2,517 


13,032 


50. 


4 


32 


307 


324 


120 


168 


78 


34 




10,657 


2,397 


13,054 


51. 


4 


14 


265 


249 


120 


94 


60 


36 


"'3^163 


9,709 


994 


10,703 


52. 


4 


10 


378 


445 


141 


255 


141 


74 




13,307 


9,317 


22,624 


53. 


4 




368 


387 


117 


80 


75 


42 


36 


8,805 


2,742 


11,547 


54. 


4 


""30 


97 


125 


60 




12 




358 


4,012 


35 


4,047 


55. 


4 


10 


495 


388 


172 


""134 


100 


""42 




18,733 


5,534 


24,267 


56. 


4 


77 


630 


700 


286 


238 


96 


80 


"15^990 


36,427 


6,504 


42,931 


57. 


4 


17 


450 


400 


185 


110 


108 


22 


8,000 


22,391 


4,896 


27,287 


58. 


4 


40 


600 


471 


150 


228 


103 


28 


607 


23,497 


2,878 


26,375 


59. 


4 


8 


127 


155 


129 


82 


30 


22 


275 


7,447 


196 


7,643 


60. 


4 


9 


241 


190 


102 


61 


36 


33 


685 


6,586 


518 


7,104 


61. 


4 


60 


785 


937 


217 


325 


200 


53 


2,641 


43,814 


13,296 


57,110 


62. 


4 


26 


315 


382 


169 


90 


40 


26 


1,188 


15,599 


1,494 


17,093 


63. 


4 


11 


405 


396 


200 


143 


88 


38 


10,380 


16,754 


2,004 


18,758 


64. 


4 


5 


185 


168 


58 


49 


39 




20 


6,515 


680 


7,195 


65. 


4 

4 


8 
14 


200 
206 


124 
269 










300 

684 


1,759 

12,874 


9 
4,055 


1,768 


66. 


"iio 


""122 


"115 


""16 


16,929 


67. 


2 


7 


73 


79 


69 




12 




178 


2,277 


82 


2,359 


68. 


4 


2 


67 


69 




""35 


4 




255 


2,881 


186 


3,067 


69. 


4 


8 


330 


285 


"'175 


72 


91 


""26 


11,330 


17,622 


2,748 


20,370 


70. 


4 
4 


27 
51 


324 
399 


260 
490 


127 
201 


144 
232 


45 
117 






9,014 
26,315 


1,651 
4,435 


10,665 


71. 


111 


145 


30,750 


72. 


4 


10 


135 


74 












1,465 


80 


1,545 


73. 


132 
70 
76 












74. 
























75. 




























































1 


1 


% 


% 






1,470 


29.517 


28,352 


10,011 


9,121 


6,015 


2,435 


335,473 


1,306,952 


309,540 


1,616,492 







236 



Baptist State Convention 
GREEN RIVER 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office , 



1. Beulah 

2. Big Level 

3. Bill's Creek 

4. Calvary 

5. Camp Creek 

6. Cane Creek 

7. Chimney Rock 

8. Columbus 

9. Cooper's Gap 

10. Gilkey 

11. Green HiU 

12. Green River 

13. Hickory Grove 

14. Midway 

15. Mill Spring 

16. Montford Cove 

17. Morgan Chapel 

18. Mt. Vernon 

19. Mountain Creek.. _ 

20. Mountain View (Polk) 

21. Mountain View (R) . 

22. Oak Ridge 

23. Oak Springs. 

24. Pea Ridge 

25. Piedmont.. _ 

26. Pinev Knob 

27. Pleasant Grove (P)_ 

28. Pleasant Grove (R). 

29. Pleasant Hill 

30. Rock Springs 



31. Round Hill 

32. Rutherfordton : First. 

33. Second 

34. Silver Creek 

35. Southern 

36. Spindale, First 

37. West Memorial 

38. West Point 

39. Westminister 



Totals. 



B. W. Reid, MiU Spring 

Seth Ivester, Lawndale 

Fred L. Robertson, Lake Lure 

Willard L. Jenkins, Rutherfordton 

J. L McMahan, Rt. 4, Rutherfordton 

David Huntley, Fairview... 

Hubert Garrell, Chimney Rock 

J. B. Jones, Columbus 

Seth Ivester, Lawndale 

R. E. Thompson, Gilkey 

C. R. Upton, Star Rt., Rutherfordton.... 

Verlin Ray, Rt. 4, Rutherfordton 

Robert Owens, Rutherfordton 

Perry E. Whisnant, Rt. 1, Mill Spring. 

W. C. Keller, Mill Spring 

Cecil Hedgepeth, Rt. 1, Union Mills 

B. W. Belue, Landrum, S. C 

A. G. Brooks, Rt. 2, Forest City 

Glenn 0. Scoggins, Gilkey 

D. R. Huntlev, Rt. 4, Rutherfordton 

T. E. Poole, Rt. 4, Rutherfordton 

Frank Ellis, Star Rt., Rutherfordton 

J. W. Costner, Box 702, Rutherfordton . 
Perry E. Whisnant, Rt. 1, Mill Spring... 
R. P. Hamby, Rutherfordton 



Roberson Bailey, Rt. 1, Mill Spring. 
Dan Jackson, Mill Spring 



Dan W. Abernethy, Rt. 5, Charlotte. 



Richard D. Smith, Union Mills 

Lloyd W. Garner, Jr., Rutherfordton 

Wade Ruff, Rutherfordton 

Clyde Greene, Rt. 2, Mill Spring 

R. F. Mayberry, Rutherfordton 

Harold M. White, Spindale 



Edward Brown, Rt. 1, Campobello, S. C. 
James E. Branch, Rt. 1, Forest City 



Hugh Champion, Rt. 1, Tryon 

Paul Gilbert, Rt. 2, Mill Spring 

Leonard Wilson, Lake Lure 

C. D. Lattimore, Star Rt., Rutherfordton 
Norris Ruppe, 327 Alabama St., Spindale 

Fred Ruff, Rt. 1, Lake Lure 

J. A. Nanney, Chimney Rock 

E. C. Prather, Tryon 

Grover Whitmire, Rt. 2, Mill Spring 

Roy Conner, Gilkey 

Robert Lee Proctor, Rt. 3, Forest City... 
Lloyd Westbrook, Rt. 1, Campobello, S.C. 
Clifford Stott, Rt. 1, Landrum, S. C. 

Ray Skipper, Rt. 1, Mill Spring 

Hugh Arledge, Rt. 2, Mill Spring 

Hubert Haynes, Rt. 2, Marion 

Manus Green, Landrum, S. C 

Mrs. J. W. Bridges, Rt. 2, Forest City... 

Yates Warlick, Rutherfordton 

Hobert Jackson, Rt. 2, Mill Spring 

Falsom Roberts, Rt. 4, Rutherfordton ... 

Joe Parris, Sr., Spindale 

Robert Toney, Rt. 2, Union Mills 

Charlie Taylor, Rt. 1, Mill Spring 

James F. Koon, Box 109, Rutherfordton. 

C. B. Hardin, Rt. 3, Rutherfordton 

Lonnie Bailey, Rt. 3, Rutherfordton 

Reid Humphries, Star Rt., Rutherfordton 

V. S. Dalton, Rt. 3, Rutherfordton 

Mrs. J. W. Lattimore, Rt. 3, Rutherford- 
ton 

V. T. Cooper, Union Mills 

Charles Simpson, Rutherfordton 

J. L. Vickers, Rutherfordton 

Boyce Jackson, Rt. 2, Mill Spring 

Louis Blankenship. Rutherfordton 

Jennings Gamble, Spindale 

James Melton, Rt. 3, Rutherfordton 

T. H. Peace, Rt. 1, Rutherfordton 

Issac Hollifield, Spindale 



HAYWOOD 



Antioch 

Barberville 

Beaverdam 

Belmont 

Bethel 

Burnett Cove 

Burnett Siding... 
Canton: Beulah.. 

Calvary 

East 

First 

High Street.... 

North 

West. 

Clyde 

Cove Creek 

Crabtree 

Dellwood 

Dutch Cove 

East Fork 

Fairview 

Fines Creek Mem 

Grand view 

Green Valley 



M. H. Raby, Canton 

F. W. Gales, Rt. 3, Waynesville 

J. W. Jackson, Rt. 1, Canton 

P. C. Hicks, Box 241, Canton 

Robert Clark. Rt. 2, Canton 

Thomas Lamm, Rt. 2, Canton 

B. N. Rogers, Rt. 1, Candler 

E. C. Revis, Box 509, Canton 

Ben Lee Ray, 21 Philips, Canton 

Junior Kates, Box 352, Hazelwood 

Horace L. Smith, 146 Academy, Canton.. 

0. L. Ledford, 73 High, Canton 

Robert Rownd, Rt. 1, Canton 

Forest Blankenship, Canton 

James E. Morgan, Clyde 

Carl Cook, 411 Depot, Waynesville 

Gav Chambers, Rt. 2, Canton 

Paul T. Grogan, Rt. 2, Canton 

0. B. Williams, Rt. I, Canton 

Oder F. Burnett, Rt. 2, Canton 

Lee Smith, Hazelwood 

Paul T. Grogan, Rt. 2, Canton 

Frank Reed, Rt. 1, Waynesville 

George Mehaffey, Rt. 3, Waynesville 



Ray Milner, Rt. 4, Waynesville 

John Ruff, 314 Boyd Ave., Waynesville. 

Clyde Worley, Rt. 1, Canton 

Venison Smith, Rt. 1, Clyde. 

Major Burress, Rt. 3, Canton 

Edgar Hall, Rt. 2, Canon 

Vaughn Rogers, Rt. 3, Canton 

L. 0. Kyle, Box 943, Canton 

Bill Cannon, 17 Ronda, Canton 

Jack Sorrells, Box 96, Canton 

L. L. Shaver, .33 Mitchell, Canton 

Ray Rector, 52 Beaverdam, Canton 

James Rhea, Rt. 1, Canton 

M. M. Crisp, Box 403, Canton 

John 0. Hall, Rt. 3, Canton 

Mrs. Dorothy Davis, Rt. 4, Waynesville . 

Charles Noland, Rt. 1, Clyde 

Clyde Roberts, Box 193, Hazelwood 

G. B. Pressley, Rt. 1, Canton... 

Clifton Deaver, Rt. 2, Canton 

R. A. Carswell, Rt. 1, Waynesville 

Johnny Rathbone, Rt. 1, Clyde 

Hughey Gunter, Rt. 1, Waynesville 

George Tranthan, Rt. 1, Waynesville 



OF North Carolina 



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Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


C u. 
3 

11 


|1 

CD 


1. 


4 
2-4 

4 
4 
1-2 
2 
4 
4 
2 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
2 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
2 
4 
4 


3 

12 
15 

7 

3 

13 
2 
5 

8 
3 
6 

4 
3 
4 

10 
18 
4 
3 

10 
3 
6 
6 
6 
2 

9 


237 
160 
279 
193 
108 
119 
158 
340 
194 
100 
208 
279 
229 
132 
266 
260 

95 
331 
261 

43 
226 
113 
211 
128 
252 
212 
118 
268 
252 


125 

62 
211 
200 

75 

53 
116 
257 
190 

98 
174 
139 
124 

90 
140 
203 

99 
175 
153 

41 
172 

90 
116 

99 
161 
125 

81 
173 
162 




55 






$ 


$ 3,222 
925 
9,094 
9.766 
7,084 
378 
12,083 
12,768 
1,345 
4,788 
8.609 
4,430 
4,108 
2,335 
4,969 
1,060 
2,698 
6,114 
7,747 
1,016 
7,610 
2,569 
9,409 
2,236 
9,571 
2.928 
317 
5,443 
8,188 


% 369 
109 

1,060 

1,330 
435 
328 
497 

2,622 
618 
184 
890 
245 
21 
358 
602 
186 
366 

1,049 
797 
56 
742 
35 
571 
75 

1,465 
177 
113 
655 
928 


% 3.591 


2. 








1,034 


3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 


54 
52 
41 
21 
34 
165 
65 
67 
77 
65 


75 

80 


49 
59 
15 


'"'17 


3,923 
634 
45 


10,154 

11,096 

7,519 

706 


7. 
8. 
9. 


23 

78 


44 
58 




6,224 

1,007 

442 

1.093 

1,256 

280 

9 

77 


12,580 

11,390 

1,963 


10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 


60 
44 
52 


25 
55 
96 


19 


4,972 
9,499 
4,675 
4,129 


14. 










2,693 


15. 


70 
114 

"ioo 

85 


54 

'""35 
34 
47 


23 
12 
12 
52 

46 




5,571 


16. 






1,246 


17. 






3,064 


18. 






7,163 


19. 
20. 


32 


375 


8,544 
1,072 


21. 
22. 


63 


53 


51 


26 


2,318 


8,352 
2,604 


23. 
24. 


65 
60 

94 


57 


16 




167 


9,980 
2,311 


25. 


68 


53 






11,036 


26. 






3,105 


27. 












430 


28. 
29. 


79 
74 


67 


52 
52 




156 
5,584 


6,098 
9,116 


30. 
31. 

32. 
33. 
34. 


2 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
2 
4 
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16 
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4 
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409 
606 
394 
147 
458 
692 

29 
159 

73 


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349 
514 
446 
127 
572 
566 

57 
149 

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156 
129 
225 

79 
216 
151 

42 


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143 
146 


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123 
277 
108 


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35 
53 


403 
3,854 
7,315 

634 
9,379 
1,705 

250 
7,198 


1,509 

13,856 

29,176 

14,860 

13,947 

22,298 

36,339 

8,932 

4,351 

1,325 


140 

3,628 

11,947 

1,697 

481 

3,496 

7,384 

74 

194 

53 


1,649 

17,484 
41,123 
16,557 
14,428 


35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 


165 

181 


143 
180 

12 


67 
39 


25,794 

43,723 

9.006 

4,545 


39. 


63 


56 


17 


8 


250 


1,378 




288 


8,830 


6,828 


2,547 


1,785 


1,638 


363 


? 54,578 


$299,403 


S 45,977 


$345,380 









HAYWOOD 



4 


4 
33 

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9 
6 
6 
26 
3 

36 
9 

27 
26 
8 
14 
12 
10 
17 
15 

7 
30 


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329 
174 
134 
242 

81 

35 
200 
527 

77 
1,018 
141 
352 
531 
398 
115 
258 
155 
211 
185 
120 

125 
244 

177 


103 
366 
108 

34 
284 

99 

75 
165 
384 

90 
840 
178 
353 
472 
334 

80 
187 
195 
273 
168 

80 

91 
207 

151 


60 
189 
129 

32 
138 


46 
183 






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4 
4 


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4,000 


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4 


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1,394 
3,323 


4 
4 
4 


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112 


50 
118 


61 
31 


15 


4 
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4 


122 
73 
117 
129 
125 


233 
106 
126 
132 
154 


102 
30 

83 
17 
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60,246 


4 

4 


38 


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105 

90 
110 


119 
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135 
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362 


4 


63 
104 
119 


50 
75 
94 






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4 


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74 


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1,434 
12,111 
6,735 
576 
8,931 
1,953 



6,420 

22,421 

1,449 

86,041 

4,720 

14,583 

15,205 

22,280 

955 

3,402 

8,600 

8,723 

4,890 

754 

3,993 

5,994 

6,170 



212 

583 

103 

81 

596 

154 

30 

471 

2,028 

6 

9.691 

215 

1,303 

1,052 

5,788 



401 
853 
389 
92 
175 
707 
617 



1,646 

12,694 

6,838 

657 

9,527 

2.107 

30 

6,891 

24,449 

1,455 

95,732 

4,935 

15,886 

16,257 

38,068 

1,043 

4,262 

9,001 

9,576 

5,279 

846 

4,168 

6,701 

6,787 



238 



Baptist State Convention 
HAYWOOD— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



25. Hazel wood: First 

26. North. 

27. HemphiU 

28. James Chapel 

29. Lake Junaluska 

30. Laurel Grove 

31. Liberty 

32. Maple Grove 

33. Meadow Grove 

34. Mt. Zion 

35. Mountain View 

36. Oak Grove 

37. Olivet 

38. Panther Creek 

39. Pigeon 

40. Pleasant Balsam 

41. RatcliffCove 

42. Red Bank 

43. Riverside 

44. Rock Spring 

45. Rocky Face 

46. Spring Hill 

47. Sunny Point 

48. Victory 

49. WaynesviUe: Allen's 

Creek 

50. East 

51. First 

52. Ninevah 

53. Richland 

54. Woodland 

55. t Camp Branch 

56. t Welcome Hill 



Totals. 



John L Kizer, Hazelwood 

Avery Peek, Rt. 3, Canton.. 

John Finger, Rt. 2, Waynesville 

John R. Willis, Rt. 1, Franklin 

Frank Earley, Canton 

Ralph Surrett, Rt. 1, Canton 

D. D. Russell, Rt. 1, Clyde 

James E. Downes, Canton 

T. C. Heatherley, Rt. 2, Canton 

Thomas Erwin, Rt. 3, Canton 

B. X. Rogers, Rt. 1, Candler 

Garrett Propset, Rt. 2, Clyde .... 

Lawrence Parker, Rt. 4, WaynesviUe. 

Charles C. Messer, Rt. 1, Clyde 

P. C. Hicks, Box 241, Canton 



Gay Chambers, Rt. 2, Canton 

Oscar Beck, Rt. 1, Waynesville 

Robert L. Clark, Rt. 2, Canton 

Claude Conrad, Rt. 1, Clyde 

Ray Mills, Asheville Rd., Canton 

M."T. Gales, Rt. 2, Canton 

Joe Medford, Newfound Dr., Canton. 
Robert Swanger, Box 51, Canton 



Otto Parham, Rt. 3, Waynesville. 

M. H. Rabv, Canton..." 

T. E. Robinett, Waynesville 

C. L. .■Mien, Rt. 1. Waynesville... 

Edgar Willix, WaynesviUe. .. 

G. W. Jameson, Canton 

Robert Parris, Rt. 1, Sylva 

Wayne J. Willett, Hazelwood 



Talmadge Woodland, Hazelwood. 
D. A. Winchester, Hazelwood 



J. D. Smith, Rt. 2, Clyde 

Fletcher Trantham, Rt. 2, Clyde... 

Coy Pressley, Rt. 3, Canton 

Loyd Teague, Rt. 4, WaynesviUe... 
James McFalls, Rt. 3, WavnesviUe. 

Billy Heaterly, Rt. 2, Canton 

Cecil Revis, Rt. 2, Canton 



Howard Dotson, Rt. 3, Canton 

Wilburn Setzer, Rt. 2, Waynesville 

Milton .Messer, Rt. 1, Clyde 

J. Henry Sutton, Rt. 3, Canton 

Charles Beck, Rt. 1, Waynesville 

Bob CaldweU, Rt. 3, Waynesville 

Garrett Hill, Rt. 1, Box 336, WaynesviUe 

Paul Erwin, Rt. 2, Canton 

Troy McCracken, Rt. 1, Clyde 

Jack Scott, Rt. 1, Canton 

Gerald Blazer, Rt. 2, Canton 

T. C. HoweU, Rt. 2, Canton 

Fred Emory, Box 803, WaynesviUe..: 



Carl Brooks, Box 93, Hazelwood 

Earl Mashburn, Rt. 3, Waynesville. 

Roy Reed, Lake Junaluska 

Roy Davis, Rt. 1, Waynesville 

Ernest Miller, Waynesville 

Vardy Fugate, Lake Junaluska 

Elwood L. HoweU, Rt. 2, Canton... 



JOHNSTON 



1 




A. D. Parrish, Zebulon. 


A. D. Oneal, Rt. 1, Middlesex 


9 








3 


Baptist Center 

Baptist Tabernacle .. 
Benson 

Benson Grove.. 


E. W. Howard, Rt. 1, Clayton 




4 


Dale Davis, Box 507, WendeU . 


Andrew Batten, Rt. 1, WendeU .. 


5 






fi. 


Johnny Hillard, Fuquay Springs 


Charles Parrish, Rt. 1, Angier 




Bethany 


Charles CarroU, Rt. 2, Kenly 


Lnnnip Brnwn, Rt. 2, Splma 


8. 


Bethesda 


E. WUIard Baxter, Rt. 1, Clayton 


Loyd M. Godwin, Smithfield . 


9. 


Beulah 


A. D. Stephenson, Rt. 3, Smithfield 


Malah McLamb, Rt. 2, Benson 


10 


Blackman's Grove 


Troy E. Jones, Four Oaks.. ... 


Paul P. Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 


11. 


BurneU 


W. W. Turner, WendeU 


Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 


12. 


Calvary (N).. 


Horace Barefoot, Newton Grove 


Taylor Newton, Rt. 2, Dunn 


13. 


Carter's Chapel 


Charles Carrol, Jr., Rt. 2, Kenly 


Rolland Brown, Rt. 2, Kenly 


14. 


Cedar Grove.. 


Fred McClure, 347 Gore Ct., Wake Fr.... 


Ernest Winborne, Rt. 2, Box 305, Wilson 


15. 


Clayton, First 


Eugene Deese, First Baptist Church, 








Clayton.. . ... ... 


James Little, Box 182, Clayton 


16. 


Clyde's Chapel 


A. H. Lanier, Jr., Wake Forest 


H. Titus Painter, Rt. 1, WendeU 


17 


Corinth 




Dewitt Creech, Rt. 1, Zebulon . . . 


18 






IP 


Hales Chapel 




Lloyd Trippett, Rt. 1, Zebulon 


20. 


Hephzibah . . 


Glen Holt, Rt. 2, Smithfield 


W. G. Creech, Rt. 3, Selma 


21. 


Hood's Grove 


Hugh C. Upchurch, Rt. 2, Benson. 


Whitley Hood, Benson 


22. 


Kenly. 


Earl D. Grumpier, Box 366, Kenlv 


Frank Williams, Rt. 1, Kenly 


23. 


Lee's Chapel 


Joe Puckett, 525 Lee St., Smithfield 


Joe B. Faison, Rt. 1, Middlesex 


24. 


Live Oak 


P. P. HartseU, Box 509, Goldsboro 


Hubert Capps, Rt. 1, Selma 


25 


Micro - 


BiUy Godwin, Micro. . 


James Creech, Micro 


26. 


Middlesex fN) 


Robert L. Smith, Middlesex 


Jake Wright, Jr., Middlesex 


27. 


Mt. Moriah 


Aaron C. Phipps, Rt. 2, Raleigh 


Leland Poole, Rt. 2, Raleigh 


28 


New Bethel... 


R. Lacy Oliver, Rt. 1, Garner... . .. 


Leon Bagwell, Rt. 1, Garner. ...... 


29. 


Newton Grove 


Horace 0. Barefoot, Box 48, Newton 








Grove . . . . 


Everatte A. Carr. Rt. 2. Newton Grove. 



OF North Carolina 



239 



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113 

126 

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1 

282 
182 
174 
304 
216 
58 
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94 
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131 
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136 
189 
268 



484 
152 

96 

55 
119 

94 
150 
123 

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359 
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164 



108 
214 

85 
242 
11 
100 
335 
159 

75 

411 
141 
835 
128 
135 
237 



124 



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10,923 



157 



50 

55 

205 



182 
74 

251 
76 

130 

137 



4,052 



54 
160 
102 

67 

122 
43 

245 
65 
83 

102 



3,931 



$ 27,565 
1,109 



143 
230 



202 
2,127 



48 



20 



238 



701 

400 

11,857 

4,000 

7,715 



4,924 
747 



36,784 

3,185 

1,632 

1,111 

2,563 

1,016 

2,036 

5,896 

1,266 

5,773 

*47: 

4,60' 

4,352 

935 

2,429 

6,518 

7,359 

749 

5.259 

301 

1,719 

15,463 

19,146 

6,274 

19,799 
4,672 

43,125 
3,205 
8,443 

10,606 



585 1149,115 $ 474,041 $ 65,594 $539,635 



2,87 
216 

28 

82 
392 

32 

18 
562 

10 
3,903 

51 
772 
520 
101 

74 
457 
1,120 
219 
770 
22 
206 
3,294 
359 



690 

151 

20,552 



1,050 
30 
100 



\ 39,661 

3,401 

1,660 

1,193 

2,955 

1,048 

2,054 

6,458 

1,276 

9,676 

529 

5,379 

4,872 

1,036 

2.503 

5,975 

8,479 

968 

6,029 

528 

1,925 

18,757 

19,505 

6,334 

20,489 

4,823 

63.677 

3,304 

8,520 

11,656 

30 

100 



JOHNSTON 




105,397 

20.127 

5,062 

9,847 

2,219' 

11.657" 

1,143: 

5,174 

7,54S 

1,794 

2,694 

9,354 

16,558 

15,949 



239 11,429 



240 



Baptist State Convention 
JOHNSTON— Continued 



CnrRCHES 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



Noble's Chapel--- 

Oliver's Grove 

Parrish Memorial _ 

Pauline 

Pine Level 

Pinkney 



Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove 

Princeton 

Sardis 

Selma 

Shiloh 

Smithfield 

Stevens Chapel 

Thanksgiving 

Trinity 

Watkins Chapel 

White Oak 

Wilson's Mills 

Missions: 

Faith Baptist 

Johnston Memorial - 



Totals- 



P. E. Jones, Rt. 1, Sims 

C. S. Creech, Rt. 1, Sims 

Billie A. Godwin, Micro 

Claude R. Graham, Box 205, Lillington.. 

Cly de E . Luther, Pine Level 

L. E. Godwin, Jr., Crew Apt. No. 7, 

Roanoke Rapids 

Joe Sumner, Rt. 1, Smithfield 

C. W. Cox. Jr., Wake Forest 

Horace Ricks, Princeton 

Glen Holt, Rt. 2, Smithfield 

Frank Zedick, Selma 

C. W. Cox, Jr., Simmons Apt. Wake Fr. . 

J. Larry Mayo, Smithfield 

J. E. Clifton, Rt. 1, Smithfield 

Lowell Robinson, Rt. 1, Selma 

Niles E. Compton, Rt. 2, Benson 

Dale Davis, Wendell 

A. D. Parrish, Zebulon 

Lowell W. Shaw, Box 105, Wilsons Mills. 



T. P. Sharp, Rt. 1, Sims 

Thel Price, Rt. 3, Four Oaks.. 
Arbie Bass, Micro 

Hugh Allen. Rt. 2, Four Oaks. 
Clyde Creech, Pine Level 



Thomas Holland, Rt. 2, Fremont 

Bolton Jones, Rt. 1, Smithfield 

Hector Langdon, Rt. 1, Benson 

J. R. Hogg, Princeton 

N. S. Stevens, Rt. 3, Smithfield 

Harold Hales, 510 N. Webb St., Selma... 

Malcolm Smith, Rt. 1, Garner 

Jack Edwards, 431 S. 5th St., Smithfield. 

Norwood Hatcher, Rt. 3, Smithfield 

S. C. Woodard, Rt. 1, Selma 

A. D. Lawhon, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 

Wayland Hinton, Rt. 1, Zebulon 

Ed Davis, Rt. 2, Clayton 

Elton Barbour, Wilsons Mills 



Ray D. Tompkins, 108 Ricks Rd., Selma 



KINGS MOUNTAIN 



1. Allen Memorial 

2. Beaver Dam 

3. Bethany 

4. Bethlehem 

5. Boiling Springs 

6. Buffalo 

7. Carpenter's Grove_. 

8. Casar..-. 

9. Community 

10. David 

11. Double Shoals 

12. Double Springs 

13. Elizabeth 

14. Elliott Memorial... 

15. Fallston 

16. Flint Hill 

17. Grover, First 

18. Kings Mtn.: Eastside 

19. Faith 

20. First 

21. Macedonia 

22. Second 



23. Temple... 



Wray Barrett, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

Oscar Funderburke, Rt. 4, Shelby 

Wayne Haynes, Box 72. Grover 

Norman F. Brown, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 
John S. Farrar, Boiling Springs 

C. L. IJevine, Rt. .3, Lawndale 

Frank Lattimore, Casar 

Lee Roy Jones, Box 111, Lawndale 

N. S. Hardin, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

C. 0. Greene, Box 501, Lawndale 

J. A. Bracey, Rt. 4, Shelby 

Charles B. Summey, Elizabeth Baptist 

Church, Shelbv 

Andy Meade, Rt. 5, Shelby 

J. C. Goare, Fallston 

C. W. Walker, Rt. 2, Shelby 

Don Cabiness, Grover 

Carl W. Greene, 403 York Rd., Kings 

Mountain 

Walter W. Payne, 216 Brice, Kings Mtn.. 

.Aubrey T. Quakenbush, Box 786, Kings 
Mountain 

T. A. Lineberger, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain. 

Howard T. Cook, 701 Piedmont, Kings 

Mountain 



H. G. McEh-oy, 611 Gantt St. 

Mountain 

24. Westover N. S. Hardin, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

25. Lattimore J. R. Cantrell. Boiling Springs 

26. Lawndale T. W. Estes, Lawndile 

27. Love Valley Earl M. Redding, Rt. 2, Gastonia 

28. Midview Odus Hayes, 308 E. Elm St., Shelby 

29. Mt. Sinai A. C. Hughes, 14 E. Randolph, Shelby.. 

30. Mull's Chapel James. B Sides, 840 W. Marion, Shelby. 

31. New Bethel C. 0. Greene, Lawndale 

32. New Buffalo Hugh L. Borders, Rt. 1, Grover 

33. New Camp Creek __.' John C. Guiton, 20 Bennett, Kings Mtn. 



Marvin Hamrick, Rt. 1, Grover 

Fred. W.Jones, Rt. 4, Shelby 

Knox Neely, Grover _. 

Willie Harmon, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain _. 

Charles J. Hamrick, Rt. 3, Shelby 

J. J. Porter, 217 Shannonhouse, Shelby.. 

Carl Carpenter, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

Harold Floyd, Rt. 1, Casar 

E. E. Wright, Rt. 1, Lawndale 

Gene Hoyle, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

C. M. Spangler, Box 61, Shelby 

Jennings Brooks, Rt. 4, Shelby 

John R. Maunev, 111 Palmer, Shelby 

Gilbert Edwards, Polkville 

Deward Hoyle, Fallston 

G. G. Ledbetter, Rt. 2, Shelby 

M. Loy Paige, Grover 

Woodrow Bridges, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

John A. Ross, 900 Rhodes Ave., Kings 

Mountam 

E. R. Roberts, 818 Piedmont Avenue 
Kings Mountain 

J. R. Champion, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain. 

Woodrow Laughter, N. 4th St., Kings 
Mountain 

F. E. Moss, Jr., Floyd St., Kings Mountain 
Cecil S. Owens, Rt. 3, Kings Mountain.. 

A. Paris Weathers, Lattimore 

Dwight B. Hord, Lawndale 

George W. Melton, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

Leo Walker, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

Carl Bridges, Rt. 2, Shelby 

ZoUie Cook, Rt. 5, Shelby 

L. T. Noggle, Rt. 2, Lawndale 

J. E. McGinnis, Rt. 1, Grover 

Robert Wright, Rt. 1, Shelby 



OF North Carolina 



241 



JOHNSTON— Continued 

















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10,949 
1,052 
1,924 
1.963 

13,389 



9,259 

1.868 

10.889 

2.441 

13,295 

4,164 

32.659 

46,275 

13,257 

6,871 

2,954 

8.741 

1,208 

2.081 



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765 

182 

225 

429 

2,418 

83 

1,412 

417 

1,192 

364 

5.381 

377 

13.519 

289 

939 

304 

181 

726 

525 

183 



$ 65,728 



11,714 
1.234 
2,149 
2.392 

15,807 

962 

10,671 

2,285 

12,081 

2.805 

18.676 

4,541 

46,178 

46.364 

14,196 

7,175 

3,135 

9.467 

1,733 

2,264 



$540,220 



KINGS MOUNTAIN 



All 


16 


All 


6 


All 


5 


All 


8 


All 


14 


All 


5 


All 


5 


All 


2 


4 


13 


4 


4 


1-2-3 


6 


All 


3 


All 


18 


All 


4 


All 


6 


All 


10 


All 




All 


32 


All 


9 


All 


26 


All 


12 


All 


15 


All 


15 


All 


7 


All 


7 


All 


8 


All 




All 


3 


All 


2 


All 


19 


1-2-4 


9 


All 


17 


All 


7 



146 


98 


503 


420 


124 


131 


455 


355 


821 


800 


242 


234 


188 


140 


165 


120 


188 


103 


186 


200 


175 


189 


455 


421 


630 


663 


58 


63 


271 


263 


379 


268 


422 


271 


165 


199 


145 


257 


724 


724 


315 


329 


577 


510 


300 


334 


104 


161 


.321 


165 


212 


294 


40 


30 


77 


50 


213 


173 


218 


169 


271 


253 


169 


164 


83 


90 



121 
225 
78 
58 
57 
55 
58 
65 
133 

237 
40 
110 
107 
107 



94 
54 
66 
96 
238 
66 
49 



103 

89 

85 
70 



55 
64 
198 
38 
11 
28 
12 
25 
66 
97 

233 

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245 
29 



30 



21,432 



8,179 
85 



10,996 

2,893 

350 



77,075 



4,497 
14 



1,177 
554 



316 

2,828 
70 

1,079 
75 

'"160 
211 



4,. 370 


S 259 


35,570 


6,690 


5,810 


107 


19,187 


5,016 


19,999 


26,051 


8.685 


693 


15,378 


886 


5.707 


740 


1.853 


33 


8,905 


443 


6.069 


4,862 


18,869 


5,699 


99.746 


4,738 


1,294 


6 


10,192 


5,563 


8,841 


1,395 


15,227 


2,554 


11,402 


664 


6,948 


690 


50,896 


16,582 


13,750 


1,913 


16,802 


1,047 


13,821 


2.771 


7.435 


433 


7.627 


2,562 


15.201 


2.320 


1,708 


213 


2,661 


15 


9,640 


1,089 


7,794 


699 


14,475 


2,962 


6,586 


595 


840 


48 



i 4,629 

42,260 

5,917 

24,203 

46.050 

9,378 

16,264 

6.447 

1,886 

9,348 

10.931 

24,568 

104,484 

1,300 

15,755 

10,236 

17,781 

12,066 
7,638 



67,478 
15,663 



17,849 

16,592 
7,868 

10,189 

17,521 
1,921 
2,676 

10,729 
8,493 

17,437 
7,181 



16 



242 



Baptist State Convention 
KINGS MOUNTAIN— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



34. New Hope 

35. New Prospect 

36. Norman's Grove 

37. North Brook 

38. Oak Grove 

39. Oak View 

40. Patterson Grove 

41. Patterson Springs... 

42. Plain View 

43. Pleasant Grove 

44. Pleasant Hill 

45. Pleasant Ridge 

46. Polkvillc 

47. Poplar Springs 

48. Putnam Memorial.. 

49. Ross Grove 

50. Sandy Plains 

51. Shelby: Bethel 

52. Calvary 

Dover 

Eastside 

First 

Highland Avenue. 

Kings Chapel 

Lily 

Peach Street 

Second 



61. Union 

62. Victory 

63. Waco 

64. Wallace Grove. 

65. Zion 

66. Zoar 



Floyd Laudermilk, Earl 

J. Edgar Bishop, Rt. 5, Shelby 

John A. Hallman, Rt. 2, Vale 

Coy Dellinger, Rt. 1, Cherry ville 

James E. Holder, Rt. 3, Kings Mountain. 

C. E. Oxford, Rt. 1, Kings Mountain 

J. J. Thornburg, Rt. 1, Kings Mountain. 

J. D. Wyatt, Patterson Springs 

Thomas Taylor, Rt. 1, Shelby 

C. C. Crow, Rt. 3, Shelby 

Ernest Mehaffey, Rt. 2, Shelby 

James Stamey, Rt. 3, Shelby 

Frank Lattimore, Casar 

W. P. Hall, Jr., Rt. 2, Shelby 

J. T. Whitworth, Rt. 3, Shelbv 

M. Harold House, Rt. 5, Shelby 

Hugh F. Harrill, Rt. 4, Shelby 

D. W. Digh, 124 Belvedere Hts., Shelby. . 
W. C. Hill, 608 Gardner, Shelby 

E. M. Smith, 11 N. Main St., Shelby 

E. B. Hicks, 1012 Buffalo, Shelby 

John E. Lawrence, Box 1352, Shelby 

J. R. Howe, 724 Blanton, Shelby 

Fred C. Crisp, 823 Churchill Dr., Shelby. 
D. W. Digh, 124 Belvedere Hts., Shelby. 

Lawrence, Roberts Rt. 2, Shelby 

W. T. Roberson, 1200 S. LaFayette, 

Shelby 

G. Forest Teague, Rt. 5, Shelby 

Ray Wright, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

Burley S. Turner, Waco 

Andy' Meade, Jr., Rt. 5, Shelby 

W. V. Tarleton, Rt. 5, Shelby 

L. M.Tenerv, Rt. 3, Shelby 



Wilson Randall, Rt. 2, Shelby 

J. D. Clark, Rt. 1, Shelby 

Robert D. Warlick, Rt. 3, Lawndale 

Dwight Carpenter, Rt. 1, Lincolnton 

Williard Boyles, Rt. 1, Kings Mountain. 
Glenn Spearman, Rt. 1, Kings Mountain 
Edwin Moore, Rt. 1, Kings Mountain . 

Rufus Clark, Rt. 2, Shelby 

Robert Taylor, Rt. 1, Shelby 

Fred Kendricks, Rt. 2, Lawndale 

T. Watson Hamrick, Rt. 2, Shelby 

Raymond K. Jones, Rt. 4, Shelby 

L. V. Wilson, Rt. 5, Shelbv 

Gene Wilson, Rt. 3, Shelby 

Colon Hamrick, Rt. 3, Shelby 

J. L. MeSwain, Rt. 5, Shelby 

W. Francis Greene, Rt. 4, Shelby 

Clifford Gold, 360 Grice St., Shelby 

Herman Thomas, 1307 Dixon, Shelby 

Osborne Lee, 13 W. Hawkins, Shelby 

Wvlie Preslor, 718 Park St., Shelby 

Roland Leath, Box 1352, Shelby 

Coy Poston, 713 Ligon St., Shelby 

Kenneth Davis. 821 Kings Rd., Shelby. . 
Kenneth Carter, 8 Bridges St., Shelby... 
Paul Carpenter, Rt. 1, Shelby 

Revere Beam, 416 Martin, Shelby 

J. D. Grigg, Rt. 5, Shelby 

Harold Sheppard, Rt. 2, Kings Mountain 

Dan T. Camp, Waco 

J. L. Stringfellow, Rt. 5, Shelby 

Walter Davis, Rt. 5, Shelby 

J. Lyman Humphries, Rt. 3, Shelby 



LIBERTY 



1. Abbot's Creek 

2. Center Hill 

3. Churchland 

4. Clear View 

5. Dentcn 

6. East End 

7. Floyd's 

8. Green Needle Park . 

9. High Rock 

10. HoUoway's 

11. Jersey 

12. Lake View 

13. Lexington: Calvary.. 

14. Coggins Memorial. 



15. Erlanger 

16. First 

17. Sheets Memorial . 

18. Liberty 

19. Lick Creek 

20. Mountain View 

21. New Friendship 



W. H. Walton, Rt. 2, High Point 

Charles S. Young, Rt. 7, Lexington 

J. 0. Walton, Rt. 5, Lexington 

Eugene Evans, Rt. 6, Lexington 

Fred A. Duckett, Denton 

Dallas Taylor, Rt. 2, Mebane 

Bill Bradshaw, Rt. 1, Denton 

Robert A. Steadman, Rt. 7, Box 66, Salis- 
bury 

W. H. Lewis, Rt. 7, Lexington 

R.N. Hardin, Southmont 

Roy J. Smith, Rt. 7, Lexington 

J. W. Tavlor CSupply), 311 Oakview Rd, 

High Point 

J. C. Mangum, 407 Beckner St., Lexing- 
ton 

Leonard L. Rollins, 1307 S. Main Street, 
Lexington 

Guy C. Moore, Erlanger Sta., Lexington 
J. Roy Clifford, 414 S. State St., Lexing- 
ton 

W. E. Sampson, Lexington 

R. H. Kelly, Rt. 2, Thomasville 

J. F. Jarratt, Rt. 9, Lexington 

W. H. Lewis, Rt. 7, Lexington 

W. N. Brookshire, Rt. 5, Winston-Salem. 



Harry Cline, Rt. 1, Kernersville... 

Joe Hunt, 1901 Cotton Grove Rd., Lex- 
ington 

Paul Kesler, Rt. 5, Lexington 

Leo Weaver, Rt. 9, Jjcxington 

W. D. Johnson, Box 211, Denton 

Colon Yates, Denton 

Wayne Tysinger, Rt. 7, Lexington 

Dalis Keefer, Rt. 9, Lexington 

Jerome Hepler, Rt. 8, Lexington 

Hugh J. Palmer, Rt. 7, Lexington 

Harold Tate, Rt. 7, Lexington 

A. L. Dennis, Rt. 1, Linwcod 

Bill Medlin, 37 Brown St., Lexington 

Thurman Fritts, CC 12, Box 11, Lexing- 
ton 

Paul Daniels, Salem Park, Lexington 

C. C. Wall, Jr., 403 S. State St., Lexington 

Odis Frank, Lexington 

Mark Glover, Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Henry McDowell, Rt. 1, Denton 

Paul Lemly, Rt. 7, Lexington 

G. C. Lewis, 2012 Queen St., Winston- 
Salem 



OF North Carolina 



243 









KINGS 


MOUNTAIN- 


—Continued 












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34. 


All 


10 


429 


283 


106 


112 


117 


39 


1 423 


S 14,299 


$ 2,588 


$ 16,887 


35. 


All 


8 


207 


177 


87 


86 


43 


46 




6,138 


956 


7,904 


36. 


2-4 


9 


164 


126 


46 


39 


13 




124 


1,462 


1.365 


2,827 


37. 


All 


16 


251 


196 


98 


88 


17 


12 


124 


6,158 


475 


6,633 


38. 


All 


20 


408 


475 


158 


218 


113 


79 


544 


12,016 


2.579 


14,595 


39. 


All 
All 


12 
13 


151 
306 


155 
304 


17 

84 










5,733 
13,122 


367 
2,236 


6,100 


40. 


123 


85 


52 


559 


15,358 


41. 


All 


8 


330 


216 


79 


64 


50 


38 


7,320 


16,533 


1,719 


18,252 


42. 


All 
All 


3 


160 
440 


165 
346 


101 
95 


96 
66 








2,844 
33,039 


83 
2,025 


2,927 


43. 


61 


42 


22,822 


35,064 


44. 


All 


10 


369 


325 


133 


148 


57 


45 


2,301 


13,504 


2,884 


16,388 


45. 


All 


6 


407 


346 


120 


156 


112 


66 


3,173 


15,839 


2,676 


18,515 


46. 


All 


19 


228 


208 


92 


77 


31 


33 




3,203 


676 


3,879 


47. 


All 


29 


630 


500 


299 


143 


95 


94 


1,324 


22,295 


5.636 


27,931 


48. 


All 


17 


151 


176 


68 


82 


51 


30 


1,935 


6.868 


590 


7,450 


49. 


All 


15 


217 


227 


79 


73 


84 


53 


17,139 


26,105 


3,389 


29,494 


50. 


All 


20 


361 


246 


94 


76 


85 


34 


875 


10,561 


1,588 


12,149 


51. 


All 


8 


627 


572 


141 


109 


93 


31 


520 


22,291 


1,042 


23,333 


52. 


All 


24 


992 


870 


330 


279 


155 


84 


2.330 


34,293 


4,587 


38,880 


53. 


All 


18 


607 


519 


175 


146 


157 


73 


323 


17.137 


18,466 


35,603 


54. 


All 


51 


827 


604 


235 


150 


132 


71 


2,593 


29.216 


6,531 


35,747 


55. 


All 


75 


2,293 


2,237 


519 


741 


596 


255 


11,000 


115,744 


89,107 


204,851 


56. 


All 


8 


237 


243 


107 


74 


38 


31 


1,556 


13,704 


163 


13,867 


57. 


All 


/ 


210 


222 


111 


102 


103 


59 


12,378 


30,093 


1,442 


31,535 


58. 


All 


9 


145 


173 


96 




21 




2,818 


5,948 


578 


6,526 


59. 


All 
All 


1 
12 


22 
668 


34 
539 


48 
140 


15 
172 


8 
102 






2,426 
21,810 


640 
2,918 


3,066 


6C. 


64 




24,728 


61. 


All 


/ 


327 


210 


64 


71 


39 


27 


1,793 


9,190 


1,510 


10,700 


62. 


All 
All 


3 

8 


84 
310 


71 
294 


45 
76 


36 
94 


18 
71 






2,346 
32,199 


67 
3,144 


2,413 


63. 


58 


20,540 


35,343 


64. 


4 
All 


""12 


103 

425 


67 
327 


40 
112 


60 

88 








1,218 
12,608 


72 
5,175 


1,290 


65. 


134 


65 


1,710 


17,783 


66. 


All 


16 


412 


347 


137 


100 


74 


26 


150 


15,431 


1,527 


16,958 


















% 


$ 


$ 


$ 






787 


22,840 


20,441 


7,360 


6,401 


4,745 


2,243 


258,818 


1,048,661 


269,139 


1,317,800 









LIBERTY 



10 


405 


370 


164 


45 


95 




$ 2,358 


5 
3 

32 

8 
8 
3 
6 


320 
335 
100 
365 
11 
71 

33 
58 
160 

265 


284 
369 
126 
386 
28 
94 

46 
81 
157 

274 


198 
137 

'"'157 


107 
67 
54 
99 


95 
92 


68 
15 


7,130 

12,581 

87 

18,304 


100 


14 


75 

43 

19 

36 

110 


















30 

"'^'72 


21 
49 
85 


5 


402 

6,175 

23 


3 


102 
148 


76 
228 










12 
66 


81 


64 


97 


18 


17 
18 


238 
434 


376 
348 


160 
188 


126 
114 


106 
132 


58 
39 


664 
48,262 


34 

17 
23 

5 


1,245 

1,071 

256 

78 
102 


1,120 

792 

300 

40 

142 


307 
361 

128 


152 
120 
88 


361 
169 
50 


53 


1,272 




1,140 


40 


90 


31 


15 


2,404 


11 


403 


412 


92 


57 


125 


18 


3,000 



10,748 


$ 2,491 


17 


052 


1,518 


19 


653 


2,195 


2 


151 


123 


30 


858 
350 


4,933 




762 


130 


1 


179 


173 


1 


994 


239 


9 


824 


1,215 


10 


158 


3,030 


2 


266 


25 


4 


038 


498 


11 


811 


1,145 


60 


196 


3,445 


57 


759 


19,025 


21 


311 


12,632 


8,937 


1,170 




449 


120 


6 


734 


498 


16 


714 


5,975 



13,239 



1,352 
2,233 
11,039 
13,188 

2,291 



12,956 
63,641 

76,784 
33,943 
10,107 
569 
7,232 

22,689 



244 



Baptist State Convention 
LIBERTY — Continued 



Chttrches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



22. Oak HUl MemoriaL 



23. Reed's 

24. Rick Fork 

25. Smith Cirove... 

26. Stoner's Grove. 

27. Summerville 



28. Thomasville: Burton. 

Street 

29. Carolina Avenue _. 

30. First 



31. Glennanna.- 

32. Greenwood- 

33. Mills Home_ 

34. Park Place.. _ 

35. Southside... 



36. Union Grove. 



37. Victory 

38. Wallburg 

39. Walter's Grove. 

40. Welcome 



41. Gordan Town Mis- 
sion Vacation Bible 
School 



Clarence G. Jenkins, 130 Lambeth Rd., 
Thomasville 



Bennie Crawford, Rt. 3, Lexington. 
R. L. Bowen, Rt. 1, Thomasville... 



R. N. Hardin, Southmont 

Inman Stewart, 1060 Johnstown Road, 
Thomasville 



Sammy W. Shoaf, Box 869, Thomasville . 
Carl Hemphill, Duke Street, Thomasville 
F. Stanley Hardee, 8 Cramer St., Thomas- 
ville 



Robert Taylor, 212 Royal Oak Street, 
Thomasville 

Raymond Crow, 4 Piney Wood Road, 
'Thomasville 

Roger E. Williams, Jr., Mills Home, 
Thomasville 

Don D. Moore, Park Place Baptist 
Church, Thomasville -. 

Fred Jurney, Fisher Ferry St., Thomas- 
ville 



M. H. Myers, 3815 Hasting Avenue, 

Winston-Salem 

Billy Young, Rt. 1, Thomasville 

Robert Nation, Wallburg 

Warren Pierce, Rt. 2, Lexington 

0. M. Hartman, 2474 S. Hawthorne Rd., 
Winston-Salem. _. 



Walter Walker, 3 Westwood, Avenue, 

Thomasville 

Foy W. Young, Rt. 4, Lexington 

Bruce Ball, Rt. 5, Winston-Salem 

Carl R. Kennedy, Rt. 1, Linwood 

M. C. Haislip, Southmont 



Clifton Carrick, Rt. 1, Denton. 



Paul Hilton. Rt. 4, Thomasville 

Bill Blake, 1101 Unity, St. Thomasville,. 

Tom Honeycutt, 804 Mendenhall Street, 
Thomasville 

P. D. Embler, Rt. 2, Thomasville 

Joe Beeson, Fairgrove Forest, Thomasville 

R. E. Muth, Mills Home, Thomasville.. . 

Willis Maley, 127 Maple St., Thomasville 

Jesse Cranford, 402 Amazon St., Thomas- 
ville 



Ishmael Berrier, Rt. 4, Lexington 

W. R. Hiatt, Rt. 1, Thomasville 

Jimmy Hines, Rt. 5, Winston-Salem. 
Arvil Wilson, Rt. 2, Lexington 



Harry Hartley, Welcome. 



LITTLE RIVER 



1 


Angier 

Antioch 

Baptist Chapel 

Baptist Grove 

Bethel 

Broadway 

Buie's Creek 

Chalybeate Springs.. 

Coats 

Cumberland Union.. 
Duncan 


R. Lewis Beal, Angier.. . 


Charles E. Taylor, Angier. . 


2 






3. 
4 


James 0. Howell, Box 531, Broadway 

M. 0. Sears, Rt. 1, Varina. 


Selby Thomas, Rt. 7, Sanfprd 


5. 


C. T. Gray, Rt. 1, Fuquay Springs 


Eugene C. West, Rt. 1, Bunnlevel 


8. 
9 


E. Weldon Johnson, Buies Creek 

Jack Earie Casey, Rt. 2, Fuquay Springs. 
J. Ben Eller, Coats.. 


Heights Sta., Sanford 

Perry Q. Langston, Buies Creek 

Paul Bradley, Kipling 


10. 
11 


Johnny Hilliard, Fuquay Springs 


Glenwood Caviness, Rt. 1, Fuquay Springs 


r? 




Ernest P. Russell, 110 S. Layton Avenue, 
Dunn 

J. C. Jones, Buies Creek 

Billy Fox, Erwin 

Forest C. Maxwell, Erwin. 

Ertle J. Lawson, Erwin 

James B. Hewett, Rt. 6, Box 1630, Fa- 
yetteville 

Charles W. Stafford, Bunnlevel 




13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 

18 


Second 

Erwin: East 

First 

South 

Eureka 

Friendship 

Gourd Springs 

Harmony 

Hillmon Grove 


W. Earl Jones, 201 N. Fayetteville Ave., 

Dunn 

J. B. Snipes, 505 E. Canary St., Dunn.. 

W. F. Bullard, Box 257, Erwin 

Ellis C. Barbour, Dunn 

L. F. West, Rt. 4, Dunn 

Clarence E. Britt, Rt. 6, Box 1607, 
Fayetteville 


19 






20. 
21. 


Charles R. Graham, Box 205, Lillington.. 
Irvin Stephens, Lillington 


John H. Morgan, Box 363, Lillington 

Clayton Taylor, Rt. 2, Cameron 



OF North Carolina 



245 



LIBERTY — Continued 





















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545 


219 


50 


21 




$ 5,000 


% 17,068 


S 1,282 


$ 18, .350 


23. 


4 


19 


432 


47 


130 


79 


95 


27 


13,050 


20,037 


3,860 


23,897 


24. 


4 


7 


395 


312 


126 


121 


77 


21 


163 


11,245 


4.111 


15,356 


25. 


4 


4 


166 


153 


79 








75 


5,014 


916 


5 930 


26. 


4 


3 


205 


204 


66 


60 


56 




1,808 


7,173 


1,613 


8,786 


27. 


2 




185 


152 


84 




13 




28 


2,168 


358 


2,526 


28. 


4 


24 


128 


183 


153 




23 




219 


13,708 


733 


14,441 


29. 


4 


6 


342 


311 


132 


80 


103 


44 


8,484 


17,640 


1,465 


19,105 


30. 


4 


27 


1,046 


725 


200 


80 


278 




1,515 


37,945 


8,395 


46,340 


31. 


4 
4 


31 
14 


297 
290 


364 
309 


160 
113 


136 
104 


68 

74 






15.333 
10,883 


1,220 
1,341 


16 553 


32. 


12 


251 


12,224 


33. 


4 


55 


525 


377 


273 


255 


2.39 


106 


631 


6,954 


6,225 


13,179 


34. 


4 


5 


254 


234 


109 


89 


72 






12,486 


949 


13,435 


35. 


4 


13 


343 


457 


125 




49 




904 


8,932 


1,361 


10,293 


36. 


4 


2 


68 


79 


50 




10 




250 


2,079 


133 


2.212 


37. 


4 
4 


10 
11 


45 
310 


88 
280 


57 

98 








402 
35,300 


2,936 
44,637 


17 
3,664 


2,953 


38. 


84 


50 




48,301 


39. 


4 
4 


4 


108 
257 


82 
293 












1,332 
14,433 


79 
2,298 


1,414 


40. 




55 


50 




10,904 


16,731 


41. 










48 
4,518 




















462 


12,029 


11,672 


2,478 


2,886 


513 


1182,864 


$ 546,947 


$100,600 


S647,547 









LITTLE RIVER 



4 


7 


4 


16 


2 


5 


2 

1 


18 


2 


8 


4 


70 


4 


1 


4 


14 


2 




2 


9 


4 


47 


4 


1 


4 


11 


4 


11 


4 


6 


4 


14 


4 


6 


1 


2 


3 


4 


4 


6 



549 


447 


742 


524 


169 


75 


344 


270 


125 


144 


95 


93 


815 


499 


420 


335 


397 


467 


104 


70 


101 


124 


1,107 


1,068 


104 


113 


247 


300 


721 


590 


118 


133 


148 


151 


309 


236 


64 


120 


282 


182 


106 


122 



144 

233 

40 


93 
188 
30 
66 


157 
133 


41 
40 


?105,943 
237 


1?9 








49 








156 
110 
88 
170 

54 


"195 
67 

77 


37 
130 

97 
103 


""59 
13 
51 


157 
1,500 
1,694 

363 


80 


45 

287 
35 
68 
37 
51 

79 
93 






168 
327 


264 

43 


302 

14 
54 
140 

143 

80 


43 


187 
145 
70 

120 

84 

78 


"^82 
21 


688 
209 
150 

4,399 
50 


94 
92 


46 
50 


62 
34 


'""29 


684 
282 



113,171 


% 1,995 


8,755 


5,172 


1,432 


143 


3,396 


980 


435 


179 


2,678 


607 


14,734 


5,454 


7,559 


4,370 


17,641 


6,754 


1,261 


151 


3,741 


70 


34,794 


20,567 


2,361 


253 


6,951 


582 


19,358 


3,345 


4,232 


554 


9,395 


344 


4,688 


1,449 


879 


29 


3,985 


725 


2,875 


216 



1115,166 

13,927 

1,575 

4,376 

614 

3,285 
20,188 
11,929 
24,395 
1,412 
3,811 



55,361 
2,614 
7,533 

22,703 
4,786 



9,739 
6,137 
908 
4,710 
3,091 



246 



Baptist State Convention 
LITTLE RIVER — Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



22. Holly Springs. 



23. Kennebec 

24. Layton's Chapel 

25. Lillington 

26. Macedonia 

27. Neill's Creek 

28. Oak Grove 

29. Piney Grove 

30. Pleasant Memory--- 

31. Rawls 



32. Swann's Station 

33. Dunn Branch Mission 



Totals. 



C. M. Hicks, Box 513, Broadway. 



Virion H. Griner, Wake Forest 

C. T. Gray, Rt. 1, Fuquay Springs. 

L. C. Pinnix, Lillington 

Paul Couch, Buies Creek 



B. F. Thomas, Stedman 

J. L. Atkins, Fuquay Springs 

E. M. Walker, Buies Creek 

Eugene Williams, 311 Main St., Fuquay 
Springs 



Carl Pleasant, 1105 Goldsboro Avenue, 
Sanf ord 

Jimmie Howard, Rt. 2, Fuquay Springs.. 

Hartwell Butts, Rt. 1, Bunnlevel 

J. A. Senter, Lillington 

Roy Weathers, Holly Springs 

Berlis Johnson, Rt. 1, Lillington 

Roger Wilkes, Rt. 2, Angler 

Homer Lee Powell, 819 Brent St., Raleigh 
Thomas J. Standi, Rt. 1, Angier 

Roy Burt, Box 274, Fuquay Springs 

James L. Clark, Rt. 6, Sanford 



MACON 



1 


Bethel Hill. 






? 


Black Mountain 

Briartown 


T. A. Slagle, Rt. 3, Franklin 




3. 
4 


John Freeman, Rt. 3, Bryson City 

Wiley McCall, Highlands 


W. W. Cochran, Nantahala 

* Mattie Cabe, Rt. 1, Highlands .. 


■> 


Burningtown 




Charley Coffman, Rt. 2, Franklin 


fi 




Earl Janow, Rt. 1, Dillard, Ga. 


7 


Cartoogachaye 






8 


J. 0. Nix, Satolah, Ga... . . 




9. 

in 


Cowee 

Coweta 

EUijay 

Fairview 

Flats-.-.. _ 


Clyde Rhinehart, Rt. 4, Franklin 

Claude Ledford, Rt. 2, Franklin 


Garland Willis, Rt. 4, Franklin 

Lane Thomas, Rt. 1, Dillard, Ga 


11 




Dan Bishop, Rt. 5, Franklin . 


1' 






13. 
14 


♦Garland Willis, Rt. 3, Bryson City-.... 
Robert R. Standley, Franklin .. 


* Edvnn Bell, Clarksville, Va 


15. 
Ifi 


Gold Mine 

Higdonville 


Clyde S. McCall, Lake Toxaway 

Paul Sorrells, Rt. 3, Franklin... 


Earl Dendy, Rt. 1, Highlands 

Billy Higdon, Rt. 5, Franklin 


17 






18 


Holly Springs. 

lotla. 


Doyle Miller, Rt. 4, Franklin 


Charlie Williams, Rt. 4, Franklin. .- .. 


IP 


M. C. Wyatt, Rt. 3, Franklin 


Verlon Swafford, Rt. 3, Franklin . 


W 








•?A 


Long View 

Mt. Hope 

Mountain Grove 

Nantahala No. 2 

Newman's Chapel 

Oak Dale 




ZebGuffee, Rt. 2, Franklin 


?? 


John R. Willis, Rt. 1, Franklin . 


P. T. Rogers, Rt. 1, Franklin.. 


23. 


A.J. Smith, Rt. 3, Franklin 


Frank Dills, Rt. 5, Franklin 


25. 


Lee Crawford, Rt. 4, Franklin 


Weaver Fox, Rt. 1, Dillard, Ga 

Howard Higdon, Rt. 3, Franklin 


V 


Jarvis Underwood, Rt. 2, Waynesville... 
W. K. Shields, Rt. 1, Franklin 


John Clark, Franklin . . . 


?8 


Pine Grove... - 

Pleasant Hill 

Prentiss 


Fred Rogers, Rt. 5, Franklin 


29. 
30. 
31 


Lawrence Shope, Rt. 1, Dillard, Ga 

Lee Crawford, Rt. 4 , Franklin 

Arvil Swafford, Rt. 3, Franklin 


Mack Stockton, Rt. 2, Franklin 

Carl Henson, Rt. 2, Franklin 


3? 




T. A. Slagle, Rt. 3, Franklin. --- 

F. E. Dendy, Highlands 


Beulon McCall, Rt. 3, Franklin 


33 


Shortoff 

Sugar Fork 

Tellico.. .... 


Charles Talley, Highlands 


34. 
35 


Jarvis Underwood, Rt. 2, Waynesville... 

Glenn Dills, Nantahala 

* Lawrence Shope, Rt. 1, Dillard, Ga 

J. C. Day, Rt. 2, Robbinsville 


Herman Teem, Franklin 

Arlin Smith, Rt. 3, Bryson City 


36. 
37 


Tesenta 

Union Hill 

Walnut Creek 


* Oscar Carpenter, Rt. 2, Franklin 


38. 
3Q 


George Cloer, Rt. 4, Franklin. 

Arvil Swafford, Rt. 3, Franklin 


Everett Mashburn, Rt. 5, Franklin 


40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 


Well's Grove 

White Oak Flats 

Windy Gap.-.-.--. 
E. Franklin Mission 
Vacation Bible 
School 

Totals 


Melvin Brooks, Maggie 

Fred Shields, Andrews 

C. C. Welch, Rt. 4, Franklin 

Thad R. Dowdle, Rt. 2, Franklin 


Ray Penland, Franklin... 

Clayton Bateman , Nantahala 

Thad Wilson, Rt. 3, Franklin 

Gus Baldwin, Franklin 











OF North Carolina 
LITTLE RIVER — Continued 



247 





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322 
339 
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493 
108 

216 

177 



10,467 



422 
197 
93 
513 
112 
270 
201 
373 
120 

148 
156 



8,578 



52 
80 
60 

3,614 



1,917 



328 

2,043 

82 



3,130 
160 



332 
1,081 



5124,007 



5,929 

4,580 

935 

20,187 

1,595 

7,100 

2,109 

6,938 

961 

3,120 
3,106 



320,881 



1,707 

216 

20 

5,720 

125 

2,220 

58 

2,531 

113 

260 
449 



$ 67,358 



7,636 
4,796 
955 
25,907 
1,720 
9,320 
2,167 
9,469 
1,074 

3,380 
3,555 



1388,239 



MACON 



*i 

1-3 
2-4 
1-3 

4 
1-3 
2-4 
1-3 

4 
2-4 
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*2 
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4 
1-3 
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4 

4 
1-3 
2-4 

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2 
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2-4 

3 
2-4 

4 
2-4 
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1-3 
2-4 



1-3 
2-4 
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1-3 
2-4 



1-3 

4 



234 



226 
132 
249 

68 
125 

56 
359 

91 
139 
*117 
*59 
906 
140 

80 
450 
243 
426 
285 
133 
238 

28 

75 

94 
123 
287 
175 
1 

138 
174 

54 
143 
155 
151 
*44 
104 

37 
259 
133 
215 

73 



75 
125 
55 

73 
56 
80 
60 

272 
55 
71 

*52 

*55 

779 
75 
84 

333 

135 

237 

200 
86 

108 
25 
45 

110 
75 

185 
96 

117 
85 

119 
50 

105 
97 
70 

*19 
69 
31 

173 
70 
95 



7,344 4,874 



62 
1,519 



45 



1,443 



196 



541 



378 
140 



469 

225 

2,448 

64 



106 
1^642 



4,414 
514 
529 

52 



612 



274 

250 

1,162 



16,008 



548 
'22 



$ 31,164 



830 

439 

865 

258 
1,686 

647 
1,277 

730 
11,922 
2,918 

939 

*264 

*2,682 

33,243 

709 
3,195 
6,827 
3,992 
7,579 
5,203 
2,722 
4,587 

279 

324 
1,889 

630 
2,692 
1,641 
1,766 

802 
18,899 

341 

702 
2,354 

392 
*130 

320 
1,018 
2,450 
1,516 

449 
1,500 



133,608 



232 
33 

164 
10 

151 

183 
40 

837 
79 
62 
24 



4,440 

163 

124 

1,173 

377 

1,101 

59 
397 
455 

54 

23 
263 

71 
320 
108 

20 
135 
248 

50 
329 
224 

15 
4 

21 

64 
163 
294 

62 



$ 13,349 



1,062 

472 
1,029 

268 
1,837 
1.424 
1,460 

770 
i2,579 
2,997 
1,001 

288 
*2,682 
37,683 

872 
3,319 
8,000 
4,369 
8,680 
5,262 
3,119 
5,042 

333 

247 
2,162 

701 
3,012 
1,749 
1,786 

937 
19,147 

391 
1,031 
2,578 

407 

134 

341 
1,082 
2,613 
1,810 

511 
1,500 



$146,957 



248 



Baptist State Convention 
MECKLENBURG 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superinpendent 
AND Post Office 



1. ArlingtoQ- 

2. BerrvhilL 

3. Calvary.. 



4. Cedar Grove 

5. Chapman Memorial . 

6. Charlotte: .\llen St.. 

7. Chantilly... 

8. Commonwealth .._ 



9. Durham Memorial 
10. Eastway 



11. Enderly Park. 



12. First-- 

13. Grace. 



14. Green Memorial... 

15. Greenland Avenue. 

16. Hoskins .Avenue.. - 

17. Hutchinson. 



18. 


Midwood 


19. 


Myers Park 


20. 


Oak Grove.. 


21. 


Oakhurst 


22. 


Park Road 


'>3 


Plaza . 


24. 


Pritchard Memorial 


25. 


Providence 


26. 


St. John's 


27. 


Southside 



John R. Blanchard, Rt. 1, Charlotte 

J. Virgil Colson, Rt. 4, Charlotte 

Robert L. Trexler, 2134 Bromwich Road, 
Charlotte 



Jimmy Stewart, Rt. 1, 258B, Charlotte.. 
L. F. Helderman, Rt. 6, Box 812K, Char- 
lotte 

J. Clyde Yates, 2001 Plaza, Charlotte.... 

James A Holston, Jr., 3024 Shenandoah 
Ave., Charlotte 

R. 0. Baker, Jr., 3122 Barnhill Drive, 
Charlotte 



C. F. Baker, 733 Woodruff PI., Charlotte. 
W. A. Knight, 4717 Davis Ave., Charlotte 

Raymond Long, 1546 Providence Road, 
Charlotte 



Don L. Peek, 2020 Marguerite Street, 
Charlotte 

Norman W. Merrell, 2117 Commonwealth 
Ave., Charlotte 



Wm. J. Yeaman. Jr., 2340 Greenland Ave., 
Charlotte 



Zeb A. Caudle, 120 S. Goff St., Charlotte. 

Fred. C. Roberts, 2837 Grimes Street, 
Charlotte 



A. B. Wood, 2801 Dunlavin Way, Char- 
lotte 

W. Emory Trainham, 2228 Overhill Rd., 
Charlotte 



A. V. Rippy, 115 Xelson Ave., Charlotte. 

Frank R. Moore, 4910 Monroe Road, 
Charlotte 



Charles 0. Milford, 908 Hillside Avenue, 
Charlotte 



Rommie Pierce, 3401 Plaza, Charlotte .. . 

Wm. Harrison Williams, 1115 S. Boule- 
vard, Charlotte 



28. Statesville Avenue 



29. Tenth Avenue. 

30. Thomasboro. . 



31. Westover. 



H. Gordon Weeklev, 4726 Addison Dr., 
Charlotte ". 



Claude U. Broach, 226 Colville Road, 
Charlotte 



W. C. Sledge, 425 McDonald Avenue, 
Charlotte 



Wm. Guy Helms, 3519 Statesville High- 
way, Charlotte 



Hoyt Rutledge, 1204 E. 10th St., Charlotte 
H. L. Ferguson, 320 Bradford Dr., Char 
lotte 



Jesse L. Ballew, 1501 Kimberlv Road, 
Charlotte " 



Osborne Flowe, Rt. 1, Midland 

M. M. Christenbury, Rt. 4, Charlotte 

W. X. Tavlor, 3024 Parkway Avenue, 
Charlotte 

M. A. Lilly, Rt. 4, Matthews 

0. R. Deese, Rt. 6, Box 815A, Charlotte. 

X. Cecil Sloan, 833 Drummond Avenue, 

Charlotte. 

Gene P. Tarlton, 2533 Bay St., Charlotte 

W. M. Butler, 3738 Eastway Dr., Char- 
lotte 

Paul C. Jackson, 2329 Orton St., Charlotte 
Charlie Burnett, 2801 Arnold Drive, 
Charlotte 

J. C. Allen, Sr., 3106 Tuckaseege Road, 
Charlotte.. 

Keener Pharr, 318 N. Tryon St., Charlotte 

Bob Aberly, 839 Spruce St., Charlotte... 

Frank Dover, 1258 Pinecrest Avenue, 
Charlotte 

Willis C. Griffin, 2333 Greenland Ave., 
Charlotte 

R. H. Stryon, 3410 Hayes Court, Char- 
lotte . 

Raymond E. Hoffman, 2832 Bancroft St., 
Charlotte 

Clifford Kissiah, 5001 Montclair, Charlotte 

Mrs. Robert Laine, Moores Chapel Road, 
Charlotte 

Joel Fisher, Jr., 252 S. Hoskins Avenue, 
Charlotte 

J. D. Hoagland, Jr., 4815 Davis Avenue, 
Charlotte 

E. M. Owens, 638 Melbourne Ct., Char- 
lotte 

Harry E. Detwiler, 344 Seldon St., Char- 
lotte 

W. T. Harris, CMR 461, Box 554-A, 
Charlotte 

E. E. Dickinson, Rt. 2, Box 610-T, Char- 
lotte 

W. R. Hackney, Jr., 1825 Lee Avenue, 
Charlotte 

T. Keller Bush, 401 McDonald Avenue, 
Charlotte 

Herbert L. Carter, CMR 544, Box 758, 
Charlotte 

E. H. Barnette, 450 Lyon St., Charlotte. 

A. N. Honbarrier, Rt. 6, Box 749-B, 
Charlotte 

William E. Rorie, Jr., 1028 Tracy Avenue, 
Charlotte 



OF North Carolina 
MECKLENBURG 



249 















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290 


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$ 


13 
1' 


265 

74 

275 


297 
76 

317 


140 
54 

157 


173 
45 

111 


62 

8 

412 


54 




28 


5 


1,604 


63 


1,461 


1,307 


310 


342 


272 


57 




38 


406 


392 


141 


131 


130 


27 


4,313 


17 
17 


303 
507 


325 
560 


114 
195 


100 
143 


91 
50 


56 
15 


10,500 
49,075 


q 


178 

1,305 
3,885 


275 

1,197 
4,117 


335 
1,167 


81 

310 

1,218 


47 

177 
555 






39 

178 


21 

379 




11 


253 

810 


274 
880 


204 
301 


88 
196 


35 
' 145 






•?8 






62 


603 


675 


285 


229 


128 


30 


11,684 


12 


260 


398 


116 


120 


72 


37 




11 


297 
997 


298 
831 


130 
255 


71 
157 


52 

186 






44 


13 


38,868 


28 


1,665 


1,719 


150 


405 


723 


594 




30 


665 


441 


141 


130 


42 


41 


13,935 


44 


794 


837 


320 


289 


203 


67 




29 


629 


950 


261 


161 


193 


118 


29,577 


79 


942 


482 


238 


103 


94 




10,460 


39 


1,860 


2,215 


414 


593 


288 


139 




17 


374 


484 


187 


179 


63 


17 




48 


1,565 


1,615 


392 


313 


499 


40 




27 


564 


521 


166 


157 


55 


59 


9,848 


37 


563 

218 


552 
341 


180 


188 
99 


114 
49 


22 


129,816 


31 


621 


733 


216 


155 


140 


43 




24 


262 


440 


191 


156 


147 


69 


800 



8,067 
12,616 

32,124 
3,621 

8,941 

58,443 

23,572 



28,699 
76,744 

13,117 



55,263 
302,485 



45,391 

41,87 
25,792 

16,944 
71,622 

274,234 
29,002 

41,449 

81,082 
42,664 

138,016 
53,542 

119,205 
22,790 



142,061 
9,978 



17,998 
18,176 



357 
1,950 



2,262 
42 

1,17 

20,814 

1,19 

655 
3,241 

1,736 

9,. 327 
51,017 

538 

8,150 

1,126 
3,212 

2,500 
4,652 

45,132 
1,965 

5,862 

8,934 
3,284 

40,369 
9,751 

37,767 
2,891 



4,718 
206 



5,092 
3,150 



% 8,424 
14,566 



34,386 
3,663 

10,120 

79,257 

24,769 



29,354 
79,985 



64,590 
353,502 

11,209 

53,541 

43,003 
29,004 

19,444 

76,274 

319.366 
30,967 

47,311 

90,016 
45,948 

178,385 
63,293 

156,972 
25,681 



146,779 
10,184 



23,090 
21,326 



250 



Baptist State Convention 
MECKLENBURG — Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



32. Westside 

33. Westview 

34. Whiting Avenue. 

35. Woodlawn 



36. Clear Creek __._ 

37. Cornelius 



38. Derita 

39. Emmanuel. 



40. Hickory Grove. 



4 1 . Hopewell 

42. Huntersville 

43. Independence Hill. 



44. Matthews. 

45. Mint Hill.. 

46. New Hope. 



47. Newell 

48. Plaza Road. 



49. Pleasant Plains. 
60. Rockwell 



51. Stough Memorial. 

52. Thrift 

53. Union Grove 

54. Wilmont 



55. Wilson Grove. _ 

56. Wilson Heights. 



Missions: 

57. Bethel 

58. Clarkson St. Chapel. 

59. Davidson 

60. Dilworth 

61. Grove Avenue 

62. Morris Field Chapel. 

63. Pruette Memorial ... 

64. Sunset Road 



65. Shady Brook Chapel. 

66. Selwyn Park. 

67. Wallace Lane 



Totals - 



D. C. Wesson, P. 0. Box 112, Charlotte. 

E. N. Porter, 3141 Whiting Ave., Char- 
lotte 



J. 0. Young, CMR 644, Box 364, Char- 
lotte 

J. C. Hill, Rt. 1, Box 354, D-Charlotte_ 
Wm. Neal Baker, Bex 56, Cornelius 



L. A. Gable, Jr., P. 0. Box 54, Derita... 
J. D. Moose, Rt. 9, Box 693-A, Charlotte. 

Charles \\. Wagner, 6050 Hickory Grove 

Rd., Charlotte 

R. R. Templeton, Mooresville 

R. M. Holmes, Huntersville 

David H. Home, Rt. 7, Box 644-A, Char- 
lotte 



W. Bryant Carr, Box 248, Matthews 

Carl E. Helms, Mint Hill 

Jim Gates, 601 Idlewild Rd., N., Charlotte 



J. C. Jones, Sr., Newell 

J. D. Taylor, Rt. 8, Box 76, Charlotte.. 



Robert J. Napier, Rt. 2, Box 25, Matthews 
T. H. Lambert, Rt. 1, Box 185-D, 

Charlotte 

David M . Wooten, Pineville 

Charles Auten, Paw Creek 

J. R. Blanchard, Rt. 2, Matthews 

R. W. Knight, 2669 Wilmont Rd., Char- 
lotte 



J. W. Digh, Rt. 1, Charlotte 

W. A. Thomas, 2136 "B" Ave., Charlotte 



Included in First Figures. 



Macabe Robinson, 116 Oregan St., Char- 
lotte 

Mrs. Hoke Smith, Midland Ave., Rt. 4, 
Charlotte 

J. S. Turner, 1614-B, Murdock Drive, 
Charlotte 

J. H. Butler, Rt. 1, Box 638, Charlotte.. 
Ralph Polk, Rt. 1, Indian Trail, Charlotte 
Ted Torrence, Rt. 1, Box 149, Hunters- 
ville 

Raph Skinner, Rt. 7, Box 792, Charlotte 

Miss Magdaleen Thrower, 227 N. Hoskins 

Ave., Charlotte 

W. E. Conder, Rt. 8, Box A-190, Charlotte 

G. W. Tanner, Mooresville 

T. L. Ward, Huntersville 

C. W. Davis, Rt. 2, Box 453-A, Hunters- 
ville 

Carrol Taylor, Rt. 4, Matthews 

James L. Connell, Rt. 3, Matthews 

Robert M. Privette, 1513 Downs Avenue, 

Charlotte 

R. 0. Stafford, Rt. 8, Charlotte 

J. R. Taylor, Rt. 10, Beattys Ford Road, 

Charlotte 

B. C. Fincher, Rt. 2, Matthews 

Ralph Douthit, Rt. 1, Belmont 

J. Mack Crump, P. 0. Box 276, Pineville 

Theron Carpenter, Paw Creek 

James P. Thornburg, Rt. 2, Huntersville . 

B. H. Brooks, Rt. 4, Rebecca Avenue, 
Charlotte 

W. A. Campbell, Rt. 1, Charlotte 

D. p. Bland, 2312 Beattys Ford Road, 
Ch arlotte 



Included in Huntersville Figures. 
Included in First Figures 



Howard Mauldin, Catawba Hts., Ps 0. 

Box 57, Belmont 

Leighton W. Chronister, Rt. 6, Box 733, 

Charlotte 

Included in Park Road Figures 

Luby W. Fields, 1237 Rosemary Road, 

Charlotte 



J. B. Poison, Rt. 9, Box 386, Charlotte.. 
S. P. Hovis, Rt. 5, Box 944-A, Charlotte. 



Allan Godfrey, Rt. 1, Box A-209, Char- 
lotte 



MITCHELL 



1. Altapass 

2. Bakersville 

3. Bear Creek 

4. Beaver Creek. 

5. Berry's Chapel 

6. Big Crab Tree. 



Willard Edwards, Rt. 3, Marion.. 
Malvin C. Swicegood, Bakersville 
Edd Burnette, Rt. 3, Bakersville. 

Dayton Jones, Heaton 

Dayton Jones, Heaton 

Jeff Willis, Rt. 3, Bakersville 



Deward Hefner, Altapass 

James Henline, Bakersville 

Adam Bartlett, Rt. 3, Bakersville. 

Phillip Henline, Spruce Pine 

Frank Duncan, Spruce Pine 

Claude Willis, Rt. 2, Spruce Pine.. 



OF North Carolina 



251 



MECKLENBURG— Continued 

















a 




































■Sis 




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> 


O *J 


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_^ 


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a. 
ca 

m 


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1 s 


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[fill 









153 

210 



507 
302 



231 
403 



295 
306 
410 



214 
480 
315 

111 
168 



745 
211 



491 
209 
464 



235 
430 
253 

126 
245 



101 
424 
350 
108 



113 
100 

249 

296 

88 

120 
207 

77 

197 
80 
158 



201 
75 
164 



57 

96 

202 

50 



60 
137 



8,000 



10,281 



5,145 



6,613 



560 



$ 6,608 
10,661 



29,882 

24,866 
8,073 

7,118 
20,703 

8,370 

20,395 
13,429 
14,799 



8,506 
24,546 
12,228 

6,789 
12,816 

3,933 
6,189 

2,708 
17,234 
14,674 

6,126 



16.136 
16,755 



',764 



3,811 
1,233 



716 
3,595 



4,492 

503 

2,060 



1.305 

4,231 

270 

222 
1,277 

302 
648 

62 

3,791 

5,557 

380 



2,600 
1,430 

256 



% 6,740 
11,586 

35,582 

28,677 
9,306 

7,834 
24,298 

9,221 

24,887 
13,906 
16,859 



9,811 
28,777 
12,498 

7,011 
14,093 

4,235 
6,837 

2,770 
21,025 
20,231 

6,506 



18,736 
18,185 



8,020 



3,386 
6,270 



3,611 
6,464 



108 



30,567 



10,484 



75 
9,485 



58 



5,551 



2,650 



?343,088 



2,162,701 



2,493,090 



MITCHELL 



1 


83 


85 




55 


9 




$ 165 


14 


256 


192 


114 


51 


47 


10 


341 


16 


547 


440 


200 


189 


24 


47 


1,143 


6 
13 


13 

381 

84 


190 

284 
73 


50 


54 
75 





















1,159 

7,707 
14,365 
3,784 
7,392 



205 

1,983 

1,897 

583 

270 



1,763 1,866 3,629 



1,364 
9,690 
16,262 
4,367 
7,662 



252 



Baptist State Convention 
MITCHELL— Continued 



Churches 


Pastor and Post Office 


Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 


7. Rig Rock Creek 

8. Black Mountain 

9. Calvary. 


Floyd Ledford, Rt. 1. Bakersyille 

Lloyd Glenn, Rt. 1, Spruce Pine 

Tyson Buchanan, Rt. 3, Bakersville 

Paul Ledford. 4732 Oak Ridge Drive, 


Jess Gouge, Rt. 1, Bakersville 

Fred McGee, Rt. 1, Spruce Pine 

Ralph Greene, Rt. 1, Bakersville 


10. Cane Creek 


Ralph Snyder, Rt. 1, Bakersville 




Ted Braswell, Spruce Pine 

Park Whitson, Rt. 1, Bakersville 

Astor Bucahanan, Spruce Pine 

Charley Woody, Rt. 2, Spruce Pine 

Joe Pitman, Spruce Pine 

Clarence Buchanan, Rt. 3, Bakersville 


T. T. Glenn, Little Switzerland 


12. Cub Creek-.- 




13. Fork Mountain 

14. Gouges Creek 


Roger Hughes, Rt. 1, Bakersville 

Clarence Buchanan, Spruce Pine 


16. Kona 


Paul Robinson, Rt. 3, Bakersville 

Charlie Phillips, Rt. 3, Bakersville.. 


18. Libertv Hill 


Tyler LeRoy, Rt. 1, Spruce Pine 

Brown Jarrett, Rt. 3, Bakersville 




19. Lilv Branch 

20. Little Rock Creek.. 


Howard Thomas, Rt. 3, Bakersville 


21. McKinnev Cove 

22. Mine Creek 

23. Mt. Carmel 


Howard Buchanan, Rt. 3, Bakersville 

Lee Ayers, Rt. 1, Bakersville-- 


Willard 0. Wilson, Bakersville 

Lucian Silver, Rt. 3, Bakersville 


24. Mountain View 

25. Pine Branch.. 


Lloyd Buchanan, Bluff City, Tenn 

Joe Sprinkle, Rt. 2, Spruce Pine 

Willard Edwards, Rt. 3, Marion 


Earl Garland, Rt. 2, Bakersville 


26. Poplar 


Hvder Presnell, Relief- 


27. Rebel's Creek 




Hubert Willis, Rt. 3, Bakersville 


28. Red Hill . . 






29. Roan Mountain 

30. Roan Vallev.. 

31. Rockdale 

32. Silver Chapel 

33. Snow Hill 

34. Spring Creek 

35. Spruce Pine: Central 

36. First 


Bruce Buchanan, Rt. 1, Bakersville 

Floyd Ledford, Rt. 1, Bakersville 

Frank Parsons, Bakersville 

Lee Avers, Rt. 1, Bakersville 

P. L. Mc.Mahan. Rt. 3, Bakersville 

Jay R. Hobsoii, Rt. 1, Bakersville 

Wm. L. Heath, Box 876, Spruce Pine 

R. M. Cassity, Spruce Pine 


Claude Young, Bakersville 

T. A. Ayers, Rt. 1, Bakersville 

Lee Garland , Bakersville 

Bryan Robinson, Bandana 

Charles Ellis, Rt. 3, Bakersville 

Thomas Butler, Rt. 2, Bakersville 

Rex 0. Wilson, Spruce Pine 

G. B. Sproles, Box 254, Spruce Pine 


38. White Oak... 






Totals. 









MONTGOMERY 



Bethel 


K. W. Jarrell, Mt. Gilead 


Mrs. J. S. Ballard, Rt. 1, Mt. Gilead 


Beulah Hill 








Glen Hix, Biscoe 


Van B. Hix. Biscoe 




N.J. .McManus, Rt. 1, Candor--. 


Charles Rush, Rt. 1, Candor 




Geo. Cooke, Rt. 3, .Mt. Gilead 


John Haywood, Rt. 3, Mt. Gilead 




Ernest Hancock, Star 

N. J. McManus, Rt. 1, Candor.... . . 
















Edgar Dupree, Carthage 






Kinney Brewer, Rt. 2, Seagrove.. . . . 








Eldorado 

Ex- Way. 


T. W. Fogleman, Rt. 2. New London 


LeRoy Cranford, New London 

Bernie Fulp. Rt. 4, Raleigh 






Theo. McQueen, Box 263, Troy 


Hamer Creek 

Holly Mount 

Laurel Hill 


John A. Beukema. Rt. 1, Mt. Gilead 

Truette Rogers. Box 193, Mt. Gilead 


Vernon Nelson, Jr., Rt. 1, Mt. Gilead 

J. C. Thompson, Rt. 3, Mt. Gilead 


Liberty Hill .- 


Frank Dennis, Rt. 2, Mt.Gilead 

Frank Dennis, Rt. 2, Mt. Gilead 


Clayton Harris, Box 712, Troy 


Long Hill... 


B. L. Haywood, Box 453, Troy 






Mt.Gilead 


K. W. Jarrell, Mt. Gilead 


Bill Havwood, Box 106, Mt. Gilead 


Xew Hope.. 


Alton Dawson, Star.. - .. 








Star.. 




L. C. Williams, Star.. ... 


Stony Fork. 


Gary Long, Rt. 2, Mt. Gilead.. . . 


Dallas Hurley, Rt. 3, Mt. Gilead 


Trov: First 






Tabernacle 

Wadeville - 

West End 


J. W.Cooke, Troy 

Geo. H. Cooke, Rt. 3, Mt. Gilead 

J. C. Halliburton, West End 


Clem Morris, Trov 

Robert BjTd, Rt. 3, Mt. Gilead 

Bobby Dunn, West End 


White Crest . . . 


John Blalock, Norwood. . 


John L. Morris, Norwood 


Totals 







OF North Carolina 
MITCHELL— Continued 



253 





03 


1 

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^ a 


1 = 


.2 o'o 

III 
> 




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^1 


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J J 


III 


Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 




d. ° 
^^ 

c 


7. 




2 
'""13 

'""io 

15 
4 

""16 

11 

19 

6 

11 

4 

4 

13 

14 

2 

1 

6 

2 

3 

13 
20 
17 

2 


57 
106 
112 

200 
204 
342 
212 

75 
585 

28 

67 
401 
239 
160 
138 
278 
424 
101 
441 

39 
101 

46 
272 

16 

17 
242 
193 

99 
206 
491 

67 
105 


104 
51 

88 

135 

96 

132 

60 

55 

470 

30 

63 

188 

115 

172 

100 

104 

284 

51 

347 

33 

75 

38 

179 

20 

26 

185 

120 

80 

198 

365 

52 

70 


25 








1,558 
521 


2,263 
3,368 
5,188 

1,248 
1,303 
3,179 


17 
145 

142 

9 
71 
161 
20 
40 
1,997 

341 
716 

228 

44 

214 

127 

263 

17 

1,899 

209 

15 

322 

34 

3 

435 

163 

12 

2,152 

7,013 

291 

118 


2,280 
3,513 


8. 








g 










5,330 
1 257 


10 












11. 












1 374 


12. 


102 
20 








429 


3 340 


13. 








20 


14. 










156 
17,143 

272 
6,476 
8,724 
8,994 
2.166 
3,474 
6,129 
7,618 

402 
10,648 

576 
2,193 

288 
7,907 

217 

68 

3,107 

3,279 

6,190 

11,586 

17,061 

1.474 

2.299 


196 


15. 
16. 


167 


103 


97 


49 


3,525 


19,140 

272 


17. 
18. 


18 
104 
108 
65 
47 
60 


51 
89 
50 
59 
49 
74 
54 


9 
14 
10 


13 




6,817 
9 440 


19. 
20. 




5,967 


9,222 
2 210 


21 






1,107 
4,007 


3 688 


22. 






6 256 


23; 






7 881 


24. 






58 

150 
939 


419 


25. 
26. 


119 


60 


44 


32 


12,547 

576 


27. 










2 402 


28. 


42 
63 








303 


29. 
30. 


90 


12 




2.328 


8,229 
251 


31. 












71 


32. 


""45 

14 
88 
117 

""36 


53 
45 








3,542 


33. 
34. 


15 




244 
500 

"'•2/285 


3,442 
6,202 


35. 
36. 

37. 


73 

138 

19 


70 
113 

8 


37 
49 


13,738 

24,074 

1,765 


38. 




150 


2 417 














279 


7,428 


5,350 


1,579 


1,431 


472 


237 


t 25,327 


% 181,166 


$ 24,022 


$205,188 













MONTGOMERY 



2 


1 


21 


4 


16 


306 


4 


4 


259 


4 


10 


188 


4 


3 


148 


2 




101 


4 


8 


161 


2 


7 


32 


2 




50 


3 


9 


367 


4 


8 


128 


3 




55 


2 




98 


2 


2 


88 


4 


23 


284 


2 


10 


132 


4 




217 


2 


4 


121 


2 


1 


64 


4 


7 


212 


4 


6 


246 


2 


2 


125 


2 




70 


4 


8 


184 


4 


5 


118 


4 


15 


373 


4 


1 


150 


4 




130 


4 


19 


154 


4 


4 


95 




ISO 


4 677 



18 
180 
212 
114 
126 
100 

75 

50 

34 
264 
150 

77 
*77 

75 
196 
125 
163 

51 

62 
169 
190 
159 

78 
136 
124 
325 
252 
125 
201 

93 



104 
82 
63 
50 



20 
102 
45 
45 
39 



11 
52 
24 
137 
66 
10 
28 
10 



184 



11, f 



460 



232 

'518 



3,833 
1,100 

792 



111 
244 

2,750 
400 

1,800 



635 

247 

2,485 



470 
"'4l58 
S 32.116 



548 


S 831 


14,985 


380 


11.625 


2,655 


2,943 


270 


4,699 


694 


2,975 


400 


1,946 


195 


887 




300 


25 


6,122 


1,343 


3,249 


451 


1,771 


294 


787 


43 


2,147 


1,099 


7,670 


906 


2,325 


572 


5,907 


561 


2,708 


238 


2,448 


30 


5.542 


472 


9,175 


2,934 


2,135 


318 


3.761 


382 


7,864 


1,318 


5,734 


385 


24,728 


3,331 


6,477 


335 


5,088 


355 


9,781 


399 


8,946 


30 


165.273 


$ 21.246 



1,379 

15,365 

14,280 

3,213 

5,393 

3,375 

2,141 

887 

325 

7,465 

3,700 

2,065 

830 

3,246 

8,576 

2,897 

6,468 

2,946 

2,478 

6,014 

12,109 

2,453 

4,143 

9,182 

6,119 

28,059 

6,812 

5,443 

10,180 

8,976 



254 



Baptist State Convention 
MOUNT ZION 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



1. Alamance, First. 

2. Altamahaw 

3. Antioch 

4. Bethel 

Burlington: 

5. Brookwood 



Calvary 

First 

Glen Hope- 



9. Grove Park 

10. Hocutt Memorial. 



11. 
12. 



Kinnett Memorial . 
Northside 



13. Cane Creek__ 

14. Carrboro 

15. City Lake... 

16. Cross Roads. 

17. Deep Creek.. 

18. Edgewood 

19. Efland 

20. Elon, First-- 

21. Fellowship..- 

22. Glen Raven.. 



23. Glencoe. 



24. Gospel Tabernacle..- 
Graham: 

25. Andrews Memorial 

26. First 

27. Haw River 

28. Hico ..... 

29. Hillsboro: Fairview.. 

30. First 

31. West Hill 

32. McDuffie Memorial.. 



33. Mars Hill 

34. Mebane: First. 



35. Tabernacle 

36. Merry Oaks 

37. Moore's Chapel. 

38. Mt. Adar 



39. New Hope. 

40. Oak Grove. 

41. Ossippee... 

42. Riverside.. 



43. Staley Memorial. 

44. Swepsonville 

Totals 



Robert E. Latta, Box 103, Alamance.. 
J. Howard Smith, Rt. 1, Elon College. 

William Cole, Rt. 1, Chapel HiU 

Leon C. Cheek, Rt. 3, Chapel HilL... 



Earl M. Pym, 1317 Garfield Rd., Bur- 
lington 

L. A. Nail, 230 Williamson St., Burlington 

C. S. Prickett, 1127 Edgewood, Burlington 

G. W. Swinney, 724 S. Beaumont, Bur- 
lington 

Travis Styles, 112 Trail One, Burlington. 

Tom M. Freeman, 812 W. Front, Bur- 
lington 

J. H. Waugh, Jr., 1108 Avon Avenue, 
Burlington 

R. L. Councilman, 122 Glenwood Ave., 
Burlington 



Henry B. Stokes, Poplar Ave., Carrboro . 

Bobby A. Baxter, Rt. 3, Burlington 

Paul Shoupe, Rt. 2, Hillsboro 

Bennett Walker, Rt. 3, Burlington 

R.D. Spear, Rt. 4, Mebane 

Carl G. Gibbs, Efland 

W. T. Cockman, Box 163, Elon College.. 
J. M. Wright, 124 Wilson St., Graham... 

Coy L. Thompson, 1403 Durham, Bur- 
lington 

Paul Scott, Jr., 1406 W. Davis, Burling- 
ton 

W. I. Conway, Rt. 2, Hillsboro 



E. G. Hancock, E. Elm St., Graham 

W. A. Poole, 245 S. Main St., Graham... 

S. H. Roberts, Haw River 

Curtis V. Oakley, Rt. 2, Burlington 

Leo Barnes, Box 704, Hillsboro 

Bruce C. Cresson, Box 646, Hillsboro 

James Taylor, Box 756, Hillsboro 

Wilton T. Cook, P. 0. Box 1085, Chapel 
Hill 



Clyde P. Pearson, Hillsboro. 



Clyde Darnell, Box 214, Mebane 

Rudolph Hardee, Carrboro 

David Pittman, Box 191, Saxapahaw 

J. Allison Fogleman, 540 Dogwood Cr., 

Chapel Hill 

A. C. Starling, Rt. 4, Burlington 

Harley Anderson , Saxapahaw 

Jack Clark, Rt. 1, Elon College 

V. D. Phillips, Rt. 3, Graham 



C. L. Abernathy, 226 Silverlake Drive, 
Burlington 

Chas. W. Nanney, Box 367, Swepsonville 



Ralph Fawcette, Rt. 1, Graham 

Robert Younger, Rt. 1, Elon CoUege. 
Hoyt Durham, Rt. 1, Chapel Hill... 
Lewis Cheek, Chapel Hill 



Freeman Loy, 1605 Granville, Burlington 

E. M. Ellington, 1964 Hilldale Drive, 

Burlington 

D. Earl Pardue, 342 Fountain PL, Bur- 

lington 

W. B. McLean, Queen Ann St., Burlington 
James Dunn, 1802 Malone Rd., Burlington 

Vester Small, 1339 W. Davis, Burlington. 

C. P. Fuqua, 711 Kilby St., Burlington.. 

E. D. Paylor, 2005 N. Ashland Drive, 
Burlington 

Robert L. Kirk, Rt. 3, Hillsboro 

Robert Porter, 46 Barclay Rd., Chapel Hill 

James Holsonback, Rt. 7, Burlington 

Newton Johnson, Rt. 3, Hillsboro 

W. A. Payne, Rt. 2, Burlington 

Wallace Bradshaw, Box 70, Mebane 

Donnell Hicks, Rt. 1, Efland 

Don Pennington, Rt. 2, Burlington 

Richard Ferrettino, 410 Shoffner Avenue, 
Burlington 

Lonnie Thompson, Rt. 1, Elon College.. 



W. B. Rollins, Rt. 3, Burlington- 
Paul Dickerson, Rt. 2, Hillsboro. 



E. B. Pegg, Mill St., Graham 

Fred Sherriff, Box 251, Graham 

Tommy Oldham, Haw River 

Bill Wall, Rt. 2, Snow Camp 

W. B. Berry, Jr., Hillsboro 

W.John Clayton, Hillsboro 

Landis A. Cannady, Box 143, Hillsboro.. 

Mrs. Stanford Whitfield, Rt. 2, Chapel 
Hill 

J. M. Kenyon, Rt. 2, Hillsboro 

Geo. G. Shackelford, Jr., 306 W. Lee St., 

Mebane 

Willie Johnson, Rt. 2, Graham 

Jack Tilley, Rt. 1, New Hill 

J. W. Miller, Jr., Saxapahaw 

Mrs. E. C. Compton, Rt. 3, Mebane 

Bradley Wright, Glen Raven 

Cecil Bradsahw, 621 N. 3rd St., Mebane. 

Reid Pickard, Rt. 2, Elon College 

William J. Scott, 504 Cameron Road, 
Graham 



Ed. Staley, Rt. 5, Burlington... 
W. K. McAdams, Swepsonville. 



OF North Carolina 



255 



MOUNT ZION 









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III 


d. 


a u, 


M 




> 


1 


■§'-5 

11 
^ S 

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3£'B 


otal Local 
Church E> 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


|h 


11^ 




^ 


K 


^ 


■j-j 


> 




^ 


=Q 


S 


^ 


H 


^ 


1. 


4 


11 


167 


185 


151 




4C 





$ 1,685 


$ 10,048 


$ 1,250 


$ 11,298 


2 


4 


37 


20-^ 


255 


10^ 


112 


57 






9,55C 


1,2U 


10,769 


3. 


4 


6 


289 


248 


102 


44 


96 


10 




5,080 


1,256 


6,336 


4. 


4 


6 


211 


123 


62 




36 


10 


792 


6,015 


904 


6,919 


5. 


4 


9 


171 


189 


62 


50 


53 


27 


1,639 


13,258 


706 


13,964 


6. 


4 


23 


473 


446 




132 


75 




816 


15,615 


2,236 


17,861 


7. 


4 


44 


1,789 


1,324 


277 


217 


431 


153 


500 


65,058 


41,805 


106,863 


8. 


4 


71 


1,008 


1,029 


317 


149 


217 


62 


15,194 


40,956 


9,161 


50,117 


9. 


4 


22 


278 


317 


133 


72 


102 


47 


25,000 


42,697 


2,360 


45,067 


10. 


4 


34 


1,041 


961 


241 


293 


234 


61 


4,602 


47,822 


19,016 


66,838 


11. 


4 


19 


343 


376 


140 


69 


122 


45 


606 


14,911 


1,976 


16,887 


12. 


4 


21 


197 


307 




119 


129 


62 


10,852 


19,309 


6,047 


24,356 


13. 


4 


4 


206 


128 


95 




55 


12 


55 


3,228 


1,148 


4,376 


14. 


4 


8 


755 


727 


239 


82 


186 




1,508 


17,439 


6,085 


23,524 


15. 


4 


20 


128 


165 


96 


34 


33 


26 


388 


5,262 


728 


5,990 


16. 


4 


3 


162 


155 


73 


58 


34 


20 


69 


5,961 


888 


6,849 


17. 


4 


y 


173 


157 










50 


6,572 


37 


6,609 


18. 


4 


9 


126 


227 


93 


77 


59 


48 


542 


5,409 


491 


5,900 


19. 


4 
4 






163 
153 


105 

74 










3,773 
11,184 


17 
334 


3.790 


20. 


10 


175 


71 


46 


30 




11,518 


21. 


4 


12 


72 


73 


65 


23 


13 


14 


754 


4,512 


137 


4,649 


22. 


4 


6 


127 


153 










604 


6,170 


93 


6,263 


23. 


4 
4 

4 

4 


8 
*4 

21 
42 


286 
*143 

822 
666 


138 
*150 

854 
706 






18 


14 




5,463 
*8,211 

27,200 
97,019 


909 
50 

7,060 
6,336 


6,372 


24. 






8,261 


25. 


195 

244 








5,000 
74,592 


34,260 


26. 


112 


183 


62 


103,365 


27. 


4 


24 


243 


265 


136 


45 


31 


34 


272 


12,614 


1,189 


13,803 


28. 


4 
4 
4 


4 
8 
13 


56 

96 

335 


91 
227 
261 












2,378 
5,695 
15,381 


102 

644 

1,383 


2,480 


29 


108 
81 


71 
31 


36 
92 






6,339 


30. 


30 


370 


16,764 


31. 


4 


3 


185 


212 


75 


47 


28 




195 


8,738 


970 


9.708 


32. 


4 




52 


27 


10 




7 




17 


1,332 


583 


1,916 


33. 


4 


5 


202 


156 


61 


61 


63 


7 


271 


6,317 


1,642 


7,959 


34. 


4 


9 


500 


442 


140 


71 


128 


35 




20,496 


5,644 


26,140 


35. 


4 




150 


158 


80 




34 




500 


6,819 


209 


7,028 


36. 


4 
4 


13 

8 


122 
226 


114 
239 


105 
101 








132 
11,190 


3,397 
9,892 


271 
2.611 


3,668 


37. 


87 


43 


31 


12,603 


38. 


4 
4 
4 


'""29 
6 


70 
125 
111 


50 
181 
174 






14 
24 
40 




1,545 


3,111 
6,710 
4,303 


487 
257 
593 


3,598 


39. 






6,967 


40. 


57 


65 


20 


1,347 


4,896 


41. 


4 


11 


136 


154 


55 


61 


31 


15 


1,381 


8,849 


1,206 


10,055 


42. 


4 
4 


6 
2 


100 
115 


135 
113 


75 

77 


34 

7 


15 






6,061 
4,388 


164 
591 


6,226 


43. 


7 


19 


4,979 


44. 


4 


24 


443 


415 


176 


131 


129 


49 


1,174 


17,912 


8,284 


26,196 




620 


13,279 


13,123 


4,205 


2,425 


2,934 


931 


5163,660 


$ 642,115 


5138,069 


5780 184 









256 



Baptist State Convention 

NEUSE 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



1. Bethel 

2. Cabin 

3. Davis Grove _ 

4. Deep Run 



5. Emmaus 

6. Falling Creek 

7. Fremont 

8. Goldsboro: Brvan St. 

9. Calvary 



10. First. 



11. Madison Avenue. 

12. Second 



13. Grainger's 

14. Jordan's Chapel. 

15. Kennedy Home. 

16. Kinston: First... 



Glen Raven. 



18. Immanuel 

19. Spilman Memorial. 



20. LaGrange 

21. Mt. Nelson 

22. New Hope 

23. Pikeville.. 

24. Rosewood 

25. Sandy Bottom 

26. Seven Springs 

27. Snow Hill 

28. Trinity 

29. Union 

30. Brookside Chapel 

(Mission) 

31. Rivermont Mission.. 

32. National Guard Ex- 

tension S. S 

33. Calvary Bap. Chapel 



Totals. 



C. L. Smith, Goldsboro 

B. L. Davis, Snow Hill 

Douglas Pruden, 2715 Kilgore Avenue, 
Apt. C, Raleigh 

Eugene L. Roberts, Pikeville 

H. Authur Dechent, Rt. 1, Goldsboro 

William Everhart, Box 231, Fremont 

J. C. Moore, Rt. 3, Smithfield 

Chas. W. Thornton, Raleigh 



Gilmer H. Cross, 404 E. Walnut Street, 
Goldsboro 

Roy Beals, 102 S. Jefferson St., Goldsboro 

Ed Ulrich, 1902 E. Walnut, Goldsboro.. - 
B. L. Davis, Snow Hill 



Howard G. Dawkins, 1100 W. Highland, 
Kinston 



D. E. Lawerenee, 1118 Craven Street, 
New Bern 

R. E. Whitley, 800 Candlewocd, Kinston. 

Ralph E. Jones, Jr., 2101 N. Queen St., 

Kinston 

E. R. Boyd, La Grange 



E. B. Booker, Kinston 

Norman F. Arant, Goldsboro 

John T. Parker, Rt. 2, Pikeville. 

E. B. Booker, Kinston 

L. C. Carlton, Kinston 



Harris W. Mobley, 119N. St., Wake Forest 
Richard Stanford, Kinston 



Jack Partain, Wake Forest. 



Earl S. Ward, Rt. 1, Pink HiU. 

Robert Price, Beulaville 

D. C. Taylor, Rt. 3, Snow Hill. 



Braswell Smith, Deep Run 

Hubert Anderson, Rt. 1, Dudley 

Joe D. Hood, Rt. 1, Goldsboro 

Roscoe Daniel, Fremont 

David E. Moore, Bex 946, Goldsboro 

H. G. Jones, 1711 N. Williams Street, 
Goldsboro 

D. E. Howell, 407 Kornegay, Goldsboro. 
Robt. Denmark, Jr., 1500 Catalpa, Golds- 
boro 

Richard van Benthuysen, 605 S. Best, 

Goldsboro 

Henry Rouse, Rt. 1, Kinston 

F. B. Jordan, Newton Grove 

W. A. Smith, Kennedy Home, Kinston .. 

Robt. Gilbert, 1801 Cambridge Drive, 
Kinston 

Nova Home, 403 W. Blount, Kinston 

John Hall, 312 E. Lenoir, Kinston 



D. S. McHugh, 802 Carolina, Kinston. 

Claude Alridge, Jr., LaGrange 

Huston Warren , Eureka. 

Speight Sutton, Rt. 5, Kinston 

Mrs. Henry Ivey, Rt. 5, Goldsboro 

James P. Stone, Rt. 5, Goldsboro 

Haywood Hill, Rt. 4, Kinston 

J. L. Outlaw, Jr., Rt. 2, Seven Springs. 

J. B. Beaman, Rt. 1, Snow Hill 

Berry Walker, Rt. 3, Goldsboro 

E. W. Rouse, Rt. 1, Seven Springs 



NEW FOUND 



1. Antioch 

2. Ball City 

3. Bear Creek 

4. Beulah 

5. Caney Fork 

6. Cedar Hill 

7. Chestnut Grove 

8. Cross Rock 

9. Ebenezer 

10. Flats of Spring Creek 

11. Fox Creek 

12. French Broad 

13. Harmony Hill 



14. Hopewell 

15. Jones Valley 

16. Liberty...". 

17. Long Branch 

18. Lower Big Pine. 

19. Lusk Chapel 



Jack C. Davis, Rt. 1, Marshall 



Luke Griffin, Rt. 4, Marshall 

Lloyd Ponder, Rt. 1, Mars Hill 

Grady Shepherd, Weaverville 

Chester Freeman, Leicester 

Grady Freeman, Rt. 1, Asheville 

Curtis Riddle, Rt. 1, Fletcher 

P. C. Hicks, Canton 

Silas Fortner, Marshall 

Lloyd Howell, Breckenridge Rd., Asheville 

Kimsev Ball, Alexander 

Claude Surrett, Box 497-C, Rt. 4, Ashe- 
ville 

Jeter Sherlin, Rt. 1, Marshall.. 

E. Venson Plemmons, Hot Springs 

Grady Freeman, Rt. 1, Asheville 

* J. B. Gibson, Rt. 1, Leicester 

Clifford Cable, Rt. 2, Marion 

J.J. Slagle, Rt. 4, Marshall 



Olin Jarrett, Rt. 1, Marshall 

Lloyd Fish, Rt. 1, Hot Springs 

J. J. Goforth, Rt. 1, Marshall 

Roy Teague, Rt. 2, Leicester 

Hershel Roberts, Marshall 

J. G. Erwin, Rt. 1, Alexander 

Tony Clark, Rt. 2, Leicester 

Archie Clark, Rt. 2, Leicester 

Calvin Duckett, Box 246, Rt. 2, Leicester 

John Gentry, Rt. 1, Hot Springs 

Lewis Ponder, Rt. 2, Mars Hill 

Dewey Mason, Rt. 1, Alexander 

Gerald Smith, Rt. 3, Box 864, Asheville. 
J. Leonard Baker, Rt. 3, Box 98, Marshall 

Miss Trude Surrett, Rt. 2, Leicester 

Glenn Plemmons, Rt. 1, Hot Springs 

* Thomas Worley, Rt. 1, Canton 

Edd. Lunsford, Walnut 

Wilber D. Plemmons, Rt. 1, Hot Springs 



OF North Carolina 



257 



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60 
79 
108 

90 

77 

335 

141 

27 

93 

1,356 

544 

358 
138 
152 
339 

1,671 

141 

108 

270 
182 

61 
135 

53 

60 
154 

68 
217 

82 
115 



108 

74 

367 

168 

83 

105 

1,329 

751 

413 
143 
102 
205 

1,575 

96 
209 

260 
200 

80 
135 

82 
131 
144 

78 
226 
100 
125 



137 

77 
58 

67 

403 

231 

179 
80 
56 

134 

274 



43 
311 
120 

82 



25 

270 

183 

77 
20 
25 
101 

301 

16 
53 

78 
60 
11 
20 
24 
28 
22 
12 
54 
25 
32 



78 



2,348 
23,533 



290 

113,849 

161 

911 

1,300 



3,418 



18 


12,784 




21,346 


25 


832 




61 




52 




192 


12 


1,343 




539 


22 


21,693 







1,198 

533 

1,764 

3,063 
1,642 
9.830 
28,040 
1,563 

1,716 

48,818 

155,718 

16,740 
2,254 
2,011 
3,298 

65,516 

3,567 
21,039 

34,851 
10,059 
1,266 
2,136 
1,933 
3,645 
2,882 
1,782 
25,866 
2,500 
2,709 



173 

80 

472 

440 

505 

1,972 

1,525 

93 

224 

21,219 

3,285 

2,984 
560 
123 

2,139 

21,143 

174 
250 

299 
1,211 
103 
383 
281 
430 
380 
331 
1,063 
300 
947 



S 1,371 

613 

2,236 

3,503 
2,147 
11,802 
29,565 
1,656 

1,940 

70,037 

159,003 

19,724 
2.814 
2,134 
5,437 

86,659 

3,741 
21,289 

35,150 
11,270 
1,369 
2,519 
2,214 
4,075 
3,262 
2,113 
26.929 
2,800 
3,656 



377 7,214 7.507 3,129 1,250 1,667 210 S204,730 S 457,939 S 63,089 $521,028 



NEW FOUND 



1. 




- 

12 

3 
3 

2 

1 

9 
5 

*1 
11 

4 


101 
66 
56 
92 

130 
65 
56 
36 
83 
81 
35 

166 

111 
72 
64 
303 
*60 
117 
190 


32 
35 
33 
69 
56 
53 
52 
30 
20 
59 
76 
91 

95 
75 

17 
70 
*47 
73 
38 


22 
62 








$ 


S 563 
606 
531 
578 
510 
513 
561 

1,391 
340 
451 

1,776 


S 48 

124 

5 

37 
130 
49 
52 
22 
98 
30 
208 

40 
20 
50 
11 

147 
142 


% 611 


2. 










730 


3. 








34 


536 


4. 


47 








578 


5. 










547 


6. 












643 


7. 












610 


8. 


50 


30 






1,035 


1,443 


9. 






362 


10. 


24 
70 
53 


43 








549 


11. 






1,522 


1,806 


12. 


61 






208 


13. 








3,695 

769 
350 

2,978 
*6,076 

757 
789 


3.735 


14. 


47 








406 

64 

2,275 

*5,393 


789 


15. 








400 


16. 










2,989 


17. 










*6,076 


18. 










904 


19. 


39 










931 



258 



Baptist State Convention 
NEW FOUND— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



20. 
21. 


Meadow Fork 

New Hope 

North Fork 


Silas Fortner, Marshall 

J. B. Gibson, Rt. 1, Leicester 

Lester Crayton, Rt. 4, Marshall 

Charles Stockton, Rt. 1, Asheville 

Jack C. Davis, Rt. 1, Marshall 

H. H. Mann, Rt. 3, Candler 

Clarence Rotinson, Marshall 

J. M. Elliott, Canton 

Garland Jenkins, Old Fort Rd., Skyland _ 

Jeter Sherlin, Rt. 1, Marshall 

Robert B. Vaughn, Alexander 

Riley Corn, MUls Gap Rd., Arden 

Sam Austin, Rt. 1, Alexander 


C. W. Balding, Rt. 1, Hot Springs 

Paul Clubb, Rt. 1, Box 304, Asheville— - 


23. 
24. 
25. 

5!fi 


Old Bull Creek 

Paynes Chapel 

Pinnacle View 

Price's Chapel 

Redmon _._ 

Riverview, 

Turkey Creek 


Fred Merrill, Rt. 2, Marshall 

Fred Sluder, Rt. 1, Marshall 

Wade B. Roberts, Rt. 4, Asheville 


27. 
28. 
29. 

an 


Monroe Shelton, Rt. 1, Alexander 

James Spain, 39 Wyatt St., Biltmore 

Ford Davis, Rt. 1, Leicester 


31. 
3? 


Woodfin 

Zicn.._ 

Totals. 


Wade C. Smith, 27 Elkwood Avenue, 
Asheville 

Ted Russell, Rt. 1, Hot Springs 















NEW SOUTH RIVER 



1. Antiooh- 

2. Autryville 

3. Baptist Chapel. 

4. Beaver Dam 

5. Brown's 

6. Cape Fear 

7. Cedar Creek 

8. Cedar Falls.... 

9. Center 

10. Clement 

11. Community 

12. Concord 

13. Corinth 

14. Cumberland... 



15. Cumberland Union.. 

16. Elizabeth 

17. Evergreen 



18. FayetteviUe: Bonnie 
Doone. 



Calvary 

Carroll Memorial. 



21. First. 



22. Grace. 



23. Immanuel.. 

24. Massey Hill. 



25. Powell Tabernacle. 



26. Second 

27. Snyder Memorial. 



28. 
29. 
30. 



Temple.. 
Trinity... 
Walstone. 



Robert Racine , Falcon 

D. T. Wright, Autryville 

0. W. Pulley, Stedman . 

Roger Jackson, Rt. 2, Autryville 

D. P. Cooper, Elon College 



Norwood Davis, Rt. 5, FayetteviUe. 
E. C. Chamblee, Rt. 6, FayetteviUe. 

Charles Allen, Jr., Rt. 1, Wade 

Edwin Bullock, Autryville 



Roger Jackson, Rt. 2, Autryville. 
Gibson Lockerman, Salemburg... 
Colon W. Myrick, Cumberland... 



Steve Hora, 821 Anarine Rd., FayetteviUe 

G. N. Ashley, Salemburg 

Wade Bunce, Rt. 3, Box 166-A, Fayette- 
viUe 



Charles A. Stevens, 5200 Bragg Blvd., 
FayettevUle 



Louis S. Gaines, 515 Forest Rd., Fa- 
yettevUle -. 



Baxter Walker, 108 Durant Dr., Fayette- 
viUe 



Charles Fulbright, 115 Camellia Drive, 
FayettevUle 

D. H. Lowder, 1079 Southern Avenue, 
FayetteviUe 



E. N. Teague, 333 Hawley Lane, Fa- 
yettevUle 



J. P. Johnson, 115 Burns St., FayettevUle 

James Cammack, 608 Westmont Drive, 

FayettevUle 



T. J. Fulp, 208 Hawthorne Rd., Fayette- 
vUle 

David Miller, 205 Brainerd Ave., Fayette- 
viUe .. 



Marshall Young, Rt. 1, Goodwin 

Harvey Tyndall, AutryviUe 

Ted Mills, Rt. 1, AutryvUle 

L. H. Weathington, Rt. 1, Roseboro 

L. A. Edwards, Box 557, Clinton 

M. P. Bishop, Rt. 7, FayetteviUe 

Rupert Tatum, Rt. 2, FayetteviUe 

M. T. Taylor, Rt. 6, FayetteviUe 

Henry Weeks, Rt. 1, Wade 

Geo. W. Haire, Rt. 1, AutryvUle 

B. W. Rozier, Rt. 7, FayettevUle 

Wade Nunnery, Box 125, Stedman 

Cranford Fann, Rt. 1, Salemburg 

Vernon GaUoway, Rt. 1, Box 581, Hope 

MUls 

Marcus Allen Hair, Rt. 2, FayetteviUe.. 
Arthur Porter, Rt. 1, Roseboro 

H. L. HaU, Rt. 2, Autryville 

Earl Daniels, Rt. 4, Yadkin Rd., Fayette- 
vUle 

Ed. HaU, Rt. 4, FayettevUle 

Robert 'Turner, 1911 Southern Avenue, 
FayetteviUe 

R. E. Davenport, 3825 Bragg Blvd., 
FayettevUle 

F. B. MulhoUand, 435 McPhee Drive, 
FayetteviUe 

Sam Pefley, 2530 McNeUl Cr., FayetteviUe 

R. Wylie Gibson, 1113 Southern Avenue, 
FayettevUle 

Ralph Tyson, 715 W. Mtn. Dr., Fayette- 
viUe 

Delbert Page, Rt. 5, FayetteviUe 

R. D. Buie, 710 Weldon Ave., FayetteviUe 

Charles Adamson, 115 Hunter Circle, 

FayetteviUe 

Charlie Starnes, Box 521, FayettevUle.. 

M. B. WiUiams, 205 Post Ave., Fayette- 
vUle. 



OF North Carolina 



259 









NEW 


FOUND — Continued 










1 


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03 

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II 

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111 

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Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


O 3 


-a -5 -2 

o 


20. 




'""19 

4 

1 
1 

2 

1 
6 


100 

157 

235 

190 

140 

27 

34 

61 

53 

204 

156 

56 
163 


100 
101 
115 
94 
39 
32 
58 
38 
66 
77 
33 

60 
54 


26 


24 






$ 


$ 1,397 

984 
1.350 
1,008 

598 
1,077 

463 
1,184 

332 
1,066 
1,527 

1,205 
1,709 


$ 100 
19 
138 
58 
10 
16 

25 
220 
375 
203 

105 
161 


% 1,497 


21. 






87 


1,003 


22. 










1,488 


23. 


68 








400 


1,066 


24. 








608 


25. 












1,093 


26. 












463 


27. 










71 
8 


1,209 


28. 










552 


29. 










1.441 


30. 










84 


1,730 


31. 










1,310 


32. 










849 


1,870 
















93 


3,460 


1,888 


508 


158 






$ 12.228 


% 37,134 


$ 2,643 


$ 39,777 













NEW SOUTH RIVER 



125 
211 
378 
280 
182 

91 
441 
223 
197 
310 

82 
125 



153 
236 



241 
184 



1,365 

275 
220 



116 
159 
238 
191 
124 

46 
320 
194 
173 
209 

65 
130 

74 

226 
95 
208 

103 



222 
180 



1,290 

402 
190 

477 

62 
968 

1,096 

492 

779 



94 
114 
100 
66 
20 
130 
115 
116 
108 
45 
58 
36 

72 
45 



50 



257 
113 



262 

301 
93 

133 

32 
387 

232 

213 

267 

106 1 



119 
88 
66 
57 
30 
78 



127 

44 

39 
253 

212 

72 



33 
250 

315 

158 

163 



267 

76 
44 



169 
247 
112 
197 



485 
40 



19,538 



276 
434 
200 
97 
373 
274 
950 



1,190 



3, J 



453 



3,056 

749 

1,692 



56,280 

350 

7,471 

14,388 

895 

1,580 

319 



2,497 


$ 565 


3,652 


934 


3,676 


1.247 


22,618 


220 


2,062 


130 


1,658 


233 


8,642 


2,655 


11,973 


1,884 


6,939 


1,196 


10,989 


1.266 


2.302 


32 


3,794 


239 


1,294 


366 


5,336 


261 


3,380 


479 


6,563 


1,708 


2,272 


180 


10,929 


987 


3,728 


289 


10.978 


66 


67,859 


24,844 


18,019 


603 


9,554 


2,348 


66,522 


4,299 


2,996 


159 


40,106 


1,110 


66,998 


21,703 


21,220 


3,439 


31,001 


11.317 


7,121 


415 



3,062 
4,586 
4,923 

22,838 
2,192 
1,891 

11,297 

13,857 
8,135 

12,255 
2,334 
4,033 
1,660 

5,597 
3,859 
8,271 

2,452 



11,916 
4,017 

11,044 

92,703 

18.622 
11,902 

70,821 

3,155 
41,216 

88,701 

24,659 

42,318 

7,636 



260 



Baptist State Convention 
NEW SOUTH RIVER— Continued 





Churches 


Pastor and Post Office 


StJNDAY School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 


31 




Gordan B. Shaw, 3800 Cumberland Rd., 






Gethsemane 


G. C. Collins, 4304 Cumberland Road, 


32. 


R. P. Merritt, 1409 Stansfield Drive, 


Fayetteville 

B. F. HarriU, 4624 Bragg Blvd., Fayette- 
ville 

Eugene Byrd, Rt. 2, Dunn 


33 




34. 
35 


Harmony 

Hickory Grove 

Highland 

Hope Mills, First 

Judson... 


R. F. Marshburn, Salemburg 


J. B. Alderman, Rt. 2, Garland 


36. 


Dean Butler, 515 Quality Rd., Fayette- 
ville - 




37 




L. W. Grimes, Rt. 1, Hope Mills. 

J. E. Williams, Rt. 5, Fayetteville 


38. 


C. R. Sanks, 332 Cedar Creek Rd., Fa- 


sq 


M. J. Davis, 4937 Cypress Dr., Fayette- 








L. A. Philips, Rt. 4, Fayetteville 


4n 


A. C. Tatem, Rt. 1. Fayetteville 

George Denton, 307 Brookwood Avenue, 

Fayetteville . 


L. V. Beard, Rt. 1, Fayetteville 


41 






Long Branch 


C. T. Sessoms, 2805 Cumberland Drive, 


4? 




Fayetteville 

A. K. Hall, Rt. 1, Salemburg 


43 




M. C. Lee, Box 222, Fayetteville 


44 


Magnolia.. 

Mary's Chapel 

Mill Creek 


0. W. Pulley, Rt. 1, Stedman. 




45 




Ernie Tyndall, Jr., Rt. 3, Clinton 


4fi 


Wade Bunce, Rt. 3, Fayetteville 

Earl D. Farthing, 811 Ellis Ave, Dunn... 
E. B. Williams, Rt. 2, Garland 


E. P. Sessoms, Rt. 2, Roseboro 


47 






48 


Mintz _ 

Mt. Elam . 




4Q 


Duncan Futrell, Rt. 2, Roseboro 

W. E. Pope, 5305 Raeford Rd., Fayette- 
ville... 




.50 


Mt. Gilead 






Mt. Pisgah... 


John C. Ray, Rt. 3, Box 38-B, Fayetteville 


51 


Fred Nordan, Rt. 7, Box 120, Fayetteville 


R. J. Williams, Rt. 7, Fayetteville 


52 


Parkersburg 

Peter's Creek 

Piney Green 

Pittman Grove 

Pleasant Grove _ 

Pleasant Union _ 

Roseboro . 




53. 


E. L. Anderson, Rt. 5, Box 128, Golds- 


R. B. Royals, Rt. 2, Garland 


54 


J. P. Royal, Rt. 2, Roseboro. 




55 
56 
57 


E. C. Taylor, Red Springs 

John F. Robinson, Rt. 2, Fayetteville 


C. M. Chason, Rt. 2, Raeford 

William Edge, Rt. 2, Fayetteville. 

Harvey Sessoms, Rt. 2. Autryville 


58 


G. N. Ashley, Box 171, Roseboro 




59 


Salemburg 




60 






Geo. Hall, Rt. 5, Fayetteville 


61. 


Shaw Heights 

Spring Branch 

Spring Lake: Central 

First 

Stedman . 


Clifton 0. Canipe, 3518 Cumberland Rd., 


Clarence A. Tucker, Rt. 1, Fayetteville.. 


62 


E. D. Flowers. Rt. 1, Dunn 


Wayne Lee, Rt. 1, Dunn .- 


63. 
64. 
65 


L. M. Dixon, Box 605, Spring Lake 

J. R. Everett, Box 342, Spring Lake 

E. C. Watson, Stedman 


G. C. Stuart, Box 631, Spring Lake 

Sgt. Wilkes Elkins, Box 132, Spring Lake 
J. F. Strickland, Stedman 


66. 

67 


Stony Point 

Tabernacle. 


Paul Trcgdon, Box 15, Cumberland 

Scott Turner, Jr., Rt. 2, Raeford 


R. E. Johnston, Rt. 3, Fayetteville 


68, 


Union Grove 


R. C. Howard, Rt. 1, Autryville 


6Q 


Paul Wrenn, Box 23, Wade 


Eugene H. McPhail, Rt. 1, Godwin 

Chester Adams, Rt. 1, Clinton.. 


70 


White Oak 


J. P. Royal, Rt. 2, Roseboro. 




Totals... 







NORTH ROANOKE 



1. Antioch 

2. Avalon 

3. Battleboro.. 

4. Benvenue.. 



5. Community Center 

6. Corinth... 

7. Darlington 

8. Dawson.. 

9. Ebenezer 

10. Elm Grove 

11. Enfield 



Elwood A. Cline, Rt. 3, Enfield 

R. V. Thomas, P. 0. Box 1143, Rocky Mt, 

B. T. Mobley, Battleboro 

R. C. Shearin, Goldrock Rd., Box 14, 
Rocky Mount 

Richard Gray, Rt. 2, Halifax 

Charles Granger, Rt. 3, Nashville 

James A. Pittman, Rt. 2, Box 200-A, 

Halifax 

Yates Campbell, Halifax 

None at present 

A. R. Teachey, Rt. 3, Nashville 

Felix Arnold, Enfield 



W. E. Powell, Rt. 3, Enfield 

Lonnie R. Armstrong, Rt. 3, Rocky Mt. 
Mrs. J. H. Bryant, Battleboro 

George Ricks, 1331 Planters St., Rocky 

Mount 

Roy Harrell, Rt. 2, Enfield 

Haywood Bass, Rt. 3, Nashville 

Simon C. Roberson, Rt. 3, Littleton 

J. W. Johnson, Rt. 1, Scotland Neck 

G. R. Gammon, Rt. 1, Whitakers 

John Lamm, Rt. 2, Nashville.. - 

Dennis Holliday, Enfield 



OF North Carolina 



261 



NEW SOUTH RIVER— Continued 






rt 2 
-a a 









C 3 S 



§■§■2-2^ 



.2T3 



6. ° 



o 



206 
122 



187 
244 



74 
154 
218 
207 
127 
123 
201 

75 
289 

277 

262 

81 

155 
261 
64 
255 
201 
279 
486 
151 

66 
379 
185 
527 
269 
157 
261 
226 
189 
214 



106 
47 
163 
128 

205 
212 



285 
239 



111 
146 
155 
170 
130 
135 
160 
75 
253 

295 
217 
106 

103 
235 

68 
258 
158 
344 
384 

93 



253 
200 
555 
285 
139 
237 
159 
206 
147 



135 
66 
104 
114 
45 

31 
129 

168 
237 
116 

69 
136 

85 
121 

64 



17,207 



103 



54 
102 
33 

77 
77 
34 

39 
51 

81 
170 
128 
153 

83 



62 



26 



30 



5,409 



4,009 



4,678 



1,421 

1,484 



2,246 
256 



190 



1,023 
147 



1,235 
605 



45 

1,834 

1,021 

300 

192 
714 



327 

766 

25,003 

2,909 

2,442 

2,521 



2,250 
2,199 
15,585 



13,478 

731 

3,840 

3,922 

8,930 
4,046 

13,574 

8,225 
6,671 



2,121 
2,217 
3,530 
4,797 
1,664 
2,361 
6,337 
3,443 
7,530 

9,672 
7,719 
2,962 

1,219 

3,730 

1,758 

34,650 

5,376 

11,622 

11,905 

1,845 

1,812 
4,807 
7,825 
18,049 
21,272 
3,360 
8,525 
5,349 
6,223 
18,700 



210 
217 
642 
630 

305 

428 



498 
1,437 



164 
1,454 
1,170 

431 

672 
1,574 

114 
2,199 

2,580 

1,218 

139 

293 
1,394 

143 
2,350 

628 
2,234 
4,919 

959 

105 

1,350 

803 

2,262 

2,469 

104 

1,073 

405 

799 

631 



$ 748,182 



I 5,702 



13,688 

948 

4,482 

4,552 

9,235 
4,474 

15,774 

8,723 
8,108 



2,167 
2,381 
4,984 
5,967 
2.095 
3,033 
7,911 
3,557 
9,729 

12,252 
8,937 
3,101 

1,512 

5.124 

1,901 

37,000 

6,004 

13,856 

16,824 

2,804 

1,917 
6,157 
8,628 
20,311 
23,741 
3,464 
9,598 
5,754 
7,022 
19,331 



S875,600 



NORTH ROANOKE 





72 


38 


24 




18 




S 95 


9 


121 


86 


176 


35 


27 




128 


8 


94 
141 


114 
236 


30 
117 


28 

77 


12 

58 






23 


2,405 




257 


149 


94 


105 


57 




80 


6 


232 


155 


89 


37 


38 




54 


3 


142 


72 


32 


69 


15 




50 


3 


146 


118 


87 


83 


24 




34,200 


1 
26 


86 
302 


75 

228 


40 
105 


""'81 


20 
88 






13 


477 


29 


600 


656 


210 


165 


196 




692 



1,929 
4,508 
6,139 



6,138 
5,769 
7,315 

3,674 

38,007 

3,054 

5,300 

25,271 



342 
125 
390 



1,328 
132 



168 
411 
571 
874 
13,484 



2,271 
4,633 
6,529 



7,466 
5,901 

8,144 

3,842 

38,418 

3,625 

6,174 

38,755 



262 



Baptist State Convention 
NORTH ROANOKE— Continued 



CmmcHES 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



12. Gaston 

13. Gethsemane. 

14. Halifax 

15. Hickory 

16. Hobgood.._. 

17. Macedonia. - 

18. Momeyer 

19. Mt. Hermon- 

20. Nashville 

21. Oak Level... 

22. Oakdale 



23. Proctor's Chapel. 

24. Quankie 



25. Red Oak... 

Roanoke Rapids: 

26. Calvary 



27. First. 



28. Rosemary 

29. South Rosemary. 
Rocky Mount: 

30. Arlington Street. 



31. Blandwood. 



32. Calvary. 



33. Edgemont. 

34. First 

35. Johnson's T'nacle.. 

36. Lakeside 

37. North Rocky Mount 

38. Oak View 

39. Southside 



40. Swelton Heights. 



41. Salem 

42. Scotland Neck... 

43. Sharpsburg 

44. Spring Hope 

45. Stanhope.. 

46. Stoney Creek 

47. Tillery 

48. Turkey Branch... 

49. Union 

50. Weldon: Chockoyotte 

51. Weldon 

52. West Edgecombe. 

53. West Mount 



54. Whitakers. 
Totals-. 



A. L. Benton, Gaston 

None at present _ 

Yates Campbell, Halifax 

D. E. Cook, Whitakers 

B. J. Ferguson, Box 73, Hobgood 

Earl Shotwell, Rt. 1, Spring Hope 

None at present 

None at present 

G. Durham I pock, Nashville 

Clinton Dunagan, Rt. 3, Nashville 

Alfred F. Gibson, Tarboro Hwy., Box 222, 

Rocky Mount 



E. F. McLean, Rt. 4, Rocky Mount 

L. E. Godwin, Rt. 2, Rcanoke Rapids ... 



None at present _ 
None at present. 



G. L. Price, 410 Wilson St., Roanoke 
Rapids 



B. Marshall Whitehurst, 622 Cedar, 

Roanoke Rapids __. 

Daniel Hux, Roanoke Rapids 



H. C. Lowder, 714 Arlington St., Rocky 
Mount 



Emil Mialik, S. Cambridge Cr., Rocky 
Mount 



J. N. Stancil, 794 Nashville Rd., Rocky 
Mount- 



William L. Self, 822 Eastern Avenue, 
Rocky Mount - 

D. M. Branch, 632 Hill St., Rocky Mount 

J. R. Puett, 212 Nashville Hwy,. Rocky 
Mount 



C. E. Godwin, 421 N. Taylor St., Rocky 
Mount 



R. C. Lanier, 832 Peachtree St., Rocky 
Mount 



Rudolph Evans, Box 368, Arlington St. 
Ext., Rocky Mount 

Clyde L. Fox, 2608 S. Church, Rocky Mt. 

Ernest Howell, 264 Nashville Hwy., 
Rocky Mount 

Wayne R. Davis, Rt. 2, Whitakers 

Archer V. Turner, Scotland Neck 

Tommy Joe Payne, Sharpsburg 

J. H. Blackmore, Spring Hope 

Charles B. Ellis, Rt. 1, Spring Hope 

Calvin E. Raines, Rt. 3, Rocky Mount-.- 

B. J. Ferguson, Box 73, Hobgood 

R. L. Knowles, 309 Howell St., Rocky Mt. 
Carl J. Milton, Rt. 1, Box 390, Rocky Mt. 

Paul Faircloth, Box 662, Weldon. 

Calvin S. Knight, Weldon 

M. A. Pegram, Rt. 2, Rocky Mount 

J. C. Joyner, Rt. 4, Rocky Mount 

D. E. Cook, Whitakers 



Roland Jones, Gaston 

E. T. Pittman, Whitakers 

A. E. Morris, Halifax 

M. E. Bryant, Rt. 2, Whitakers 

George Judge, Hobgood 

Edward Hendricks, Rt. 3, Nashville.. 
Gerald Matthews, Rt. 2, NashviUe... 

F. W. Cockrell, Rt. 1, Rocky Mount. 

Russell Williams, Nashville 

Daniel E. Bone, Rt. 3, Nashville 



Ashely E. Bulluck, Jr., 817 Rose Street, 
Rocky Mount 

Joe Edwards, Rt. 4, Rocky Mount 

Thurman Hux, Rt. 2, Box 192, Roanoke 
Rapids 

W. R. Deans, Red Oak 

Robert Tritt, Rt. 1, Box 35, Roanoke 
Rapids 

Leroy Morris, 234 Vance St., Roanoke 
Rapids 

Y. A. Taylor, 638 Wilson, Roanoke Rapids 
Raymond Barrett, Roanoke Rapids 



Tom Davenport, Cambridge Cr., 
Mount 



Rocky 



Allen Bulluck, 225 S. Cambridge Circle, 
Rocky Mount 

J. W. Davis, 919 Eastern Ave., Rocky 
Mount 

J. A. Barnhill, 1228 Hill St., Rocky Mt. 

E. E. Murohison, 801 Sunset Avenue, 

Rocky Mount 

H. B. Hendricks, 218 Nashville Highway, 
Rocky Mount .. 

M. S. Hayworth, 1331 Sunset Avenue, 
Rocky Mount 

David H. Rackley, 828 Peachtree, Rocky 
Mount 

Carl Finney, Box 468, Rt. 4, Rocky Mt. 

J. 0. Hardy, S. Church St. Ext., Rocky 

Mount -. 

Rossie Bradford, 308 Duke St., Rocky Mt. 

J. M. Baker, Rt. 2, Whitakers 

W. D. Harden, Scotland Neck 

J. D. Barkley, Sharpsburg 

Rex A. Stevens, Spring Hope 

Marion E. Bunn, Rt. 1, Spring Hope 

M. E. Brown, Rt. 3, Rocky Mount 

H. B. Harris, Tillery.. 

Raymond Hardee, Rt. 3, Enfield 

J. A. Luper, Rt. 4, Box 552, Rocky Mount 
R. L. Wilson, P. 0. Box 489, Weldon.... 

Marvin Lassiter, Weldon. 

W. G. Edmondson, Rt. 2, Rocky Mount 
B. F. Proctor, Jr., 1027 Nashville Road, 

Rocky Mount 

R. 0. Reid, Whitakers 



OF North Carolina 



263 









NORTH ROANOKE- 


—Continued 








1 




o. 


-a a 


"5 a 

.2§| 

> 


a 
o ^ 

■a i 
■gw 




T3 C 

J_a 

OH 


ill 


Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


3 


p. 

§Se2 



12. 


4 


3 


167 


131 


91 


64 


83 


16 


% 


$ 5,644 


$ 55S 


$ 6.199 


13. 


4 




131 


95 


79 




25 


i 


5; 


2,548 


1,53< 


4,087 


14. 


2 
4 


6 

7 


17£ 
201 


123 
59 


123 
45 


57 
15 


61 
30 






4,508 
2,921 


225 
984 


4,733 


15. 


9 




3,905 


16. 


4 
4 
4 


4 
16 
12 


119 

28S 
384 


113 
180 
362 


86 
80 
133 


"""73 


50 

18 
117 






3,074 

2,880 
7,779 


499 

269 

1,897 


3,573 


17. 






3,149 


18. 


37 


266 


9.676 


19. 


4 
4 
4 


5 

11 
6 


119 
380 
135 


113 
329 
132 


69 
86 
93 




18 
97 
72 






1,482 
6,977 
3,387 


191 

2,290 
395 


1,673 


20. 






9,267 


21. 


16 




3,782 


22. 


4 


9 


354 


239 


154 


75 


73 


35 


1,450 


9,617 


687 


10.304 


23. 


4 


8 


301 


283 


142 


134 


79 


10 


1,098 


8,186 


704 


8,890 


24. 


4 


36 


346 


205 


125 


71 


53 


61 


567 


7,636 


342 


7,978 


25. 


4 


20 


388 


275 


122 


109 


129 




30 


6,678 


3,167 


9,845 


26. 


4 


7 


154 


240 


149 


93 


100 


14 


2,957 


9,173 


805 


9,978 


27. 


4 


90 


2,203 


1,310 


400 


454 


231 


28 


19,134 


57.770 


1,281 


59,051 


28. 


4 


35 


1,234 


893 


257 


138 


301 


80 




34,190 


12,459 


46,649 


29. 


4 


21 


96 


67 


52 


58 


17 




1,005 


3,309 




3,309 


30. 


4 


16 


858 


734 


242 


150 


248 


88 


11,742 


35,389 


10,473 


45,862 


31. 


4 


9 


93 


139 


71 




24 




300 


5,999 


520 


6,519 


32. 


4 


48 


919 


704 


287 


84 


239 


72 


9,592 


31,202 


5,838 


37.040 


33. 


4 


10 


225 


283 


150 


44 


126 


30 


3,095 


11,629 


2,881 


14,510 


34. 


4 


65 


2,289 


1,561 


338 


300 


529 


269 


592 


59,794 


36,672 


96,466 


35. 


4 


16 


278 


281 


134 


50 


75 


31 




14,863 


1,187 


16,050 


36. 


4 


14 


340 


404 


192 


115 


216 


78 


21,848 


47,178 


8,539 


55,717 


37. 


4 


59 


733 


910 


182 


205 


158 


94 


3,000 


23,456 


8,337 


31.793 


38. 


4 




162 


190 


144 




62 




7,372 


12,726 


783 


13,509 


39. 


4 


7 


257 


290 


166 


54 


82 


23 


2,145 


10,107 


1,432 


11.539 


40. 


4 


18 


169 


144 


118 


70 


81 


20 


250 


3,553 


415 


3,968 


41. 


5 


3 


175 
949 


141 
799 


75 
288 


58 
73 


22 

280 






4,808 
24,973 


925 
15,007 


5,733 


42. 




1,950 


39,980 


43. 


4 


23 


330 


278 


136 


93 


107 




4,000 


10,805 


796 


11,601 


44. 


4 


8 


443 


336 


106 


46 


152 


23 




12,915 


2,155 


15,070 


45. 


2 




67 


71 


31 




20 


14 


253 


2,360 


405 


2,765 


46. 


4 


12 


387 


313 


150 


96 


117 


49 


6,529 


15,030 


4,833 


19,863 


47. 


4 
3 
4 


1 
3 
4 


112 
49 
198 


100 
33 
251 


68 
42 
181 


52 

'"'88 


19 
12 
71 






3,382 
1,240 
8,876 


305 

407 
224 


3,687 


48. 






1,647 


49. 




4.500 


9,100 


50. 


4 


29 


100 


159 


125 


82 


73 


30 


3,955 


8,051 


904 


8.955 


51. 


4 


2 


619 


516 


169 


131 


258 


22 


2,194 


22,599 


8,632 


31,231 


52. 


4 


17 


303 


345 


160 


56 


71 


31 


272 


9,689 


1,036 


10.725 


3. 


4 


9 


85 


140 


114 


53 


24 




8,690 


12,895 


521 


13,416 


54. 


4 


5 


106 


97 


50 


28 


50 


4 




3,146 


823 


3,969 





758 


19,619 


16,295 


7,027 


3,949 


5.227 


1,228 


S157,020 


$ 681,528 


$160,993 


$842,521 



264 



Baptist State Convention 

PEE DEE 



Chubches 


Pastor and Post Office 


Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 


1 


Bethel 


W. T. Currie, Rt. 3, Rockingham 

L. A. Talbert, Rt. 4, Rockingham 


Norman Williams, Rt. 3, Rockingham 


2. 
3 


Cartledge Creek 


Douglas Allen, Rt. 3, Rockingham 

Clarence Primm, Airport Rd., E. Rock- 






Robert B. Glazner, Cordova 




4 




5 


BUerbe 




fi 


Faith 


J. H.Gainey, Rockingham.. 


J. F. Richardson, Rt. 1, Rockingham 


7 




J. N. Walker, Gibson 


8. 
9. 

in 


Hamlet: Calvary 

First. 


H. Cloyes Starnes, Hamlet 

J. B. Willis, 612 Rice St., Hamlet.. 

W.J. Thompson, Box 468, Hamlet 

Charles T. Dorman, Wake Forest 

0. W. McManus, Gibson 


J. H. Smith, 610 Madison Ave., Hamlet- 
E. L. Robinson, 317 Spring St., Hamlet.. 
J. A. Covington, Fayetteville St., Hamlet 


11 






1? 


Laurel Hill... 


W. H. Jones, Laurel Hill 


13 


Laurinburg: East 

First . 


Paul Overman, Glen Acres, Laurinburg.. 


14 


E. Ncrfleet Gardner, Laurinburg 

Robert W. Rollins, 804 McDonald Ave., 


E. M. Stubbs, Yadkin Ave., Laurinburg. 


15 


North 








Eugene Moore, Wagram Rd., Laurinburg 


Ifi 


W. A. McKnight, Rt. 2, Rockingham..., 

Roby Leach, Rt. 2, Rockingham 

Ellis L. Marks, Rt. 2, Rockingham 

W. A. McKnight, Rt. 2, Rockingham 

David E. Hudson, Rt. 3, Rockingham... 

D. C. Sullivan, Robbins 

C. A. Tuttle, Rt. 2, Rockingham 

Lee Home, 66 King Edward, Rockingham 


R. Cecil McDonald, E. Rockingham 


17 






18 






19. 
20. 
?1 


Mt. Olive 

New Hope 


Guy Berryman, Box 362, Rockingham... 
John Raines, Rt. 1, EUerbe 

E. B. Haywood, Jr., Box 24, Norman 


22. 


Oak Ridge 

Old Hundred ._ 


A. R. Gibson, Rt. 1, Hamlet 

J. E. Moore, Rt. 2, Laurel Hill 


24 


Kenneth Anderson, Rt. 4, Box 171, Rock- 


?.■) 




C. R. Yarborough, 905 Airport Road, 


ingham 




Pleasant Grove _ 

Roberdell 


Wilbur L. Sullivan, Box 2142, E. Rock- 


26. 

?7 


Howard S. Price, Rockingham 

D. J. Stirk, Rt. 3, Rockingham .. 


ingham 

Caston Rayfield, Rt. 1, Rockingham..... 
Gurney L. Hinson, N. Lee Ext., Rocking- 


28. 


Rockingham: East... 
First 


John W. Wallace, Maplewood Drive, 


ham 

Miss Daphne Boone, Box 562, Rocking- 


?<) 




ham 

James H. Pittman, Box 643, Rockingham 


30 




W. T. Currie, Rt. 3, Rockingham 

Dnran Cnnkp, Hamlet 


Truett Covington, Ht. 1, Ellerbe 


31 


Skyway. . 


Earl Bass, Laurinburg 


3? 






D. W. Smith, Wagram 




Totals. 







PIEDMONT 



1 . Albertson Road 

2. Allen Jay 

3. Battleground Road.. 

4. Briggs Memorial 



5. Brightwood- 

6. Buchanan.. 



7. Calvary. 



8. Camp Herman 

9. Colonial Heights 

10. Community... 

11. Conrad Memorial 

12. Fairmont Park 

13. Faith (Alamance Co.) 

14. Friendly 



15. Gethsemane. 



John W. Woody, 208 Albertson Road, 
High Point .... 

George H. Wallace, 200 Ranch Drive, 
High Point . 

R. S. Liner, Nathaniel Road, Greensboro. 

Charles G. May, Sr., 314 O'Connor St., 
Greensboro 

H. P. Gauldin, 1909 Way Rd., Greensboro 
J. B. Clifton, 619 Waugh Ave., Greensboro 

Howell V. Brady, 808 Lowdermilk St., 
Greensboro. 

R. M. Southern, Rt. 2, Brown Summit... 

Paul Billings, Rt. 1 , Jamestown 

Cordell McCollum, Rt. 8, Greensboro... 
James R. Deloach, 924 East Homestead, 

High Point 

L. R. McNeil, 3001 English St. Extension, 

High Point 

* F. E. Millsaps, Box 170, Alamance 

W. L. Smith, 816 Springfield Ave., Box 

1772, High Point 

James C. Alley, Rt. 2, Greensboro 



Frank Myers, Pine Valley Rd., High Ft. 

Benson Lassiter, Jay Ave., High Point. . 
C. H. Walker, Pisgah Church Rd., Greens- 
boro 

John W. Lowe, Rt. 10, Greensboro 

Carl Ham, 1217 W. Side Dr., Greensboro 
J. F. Smith, Jr., 115 Alamance Road, 
Greensboro.. 

Carl Robertson, 1704 Ryan St., Greens- 
boro. 

S. H. Shearin, Rt. 2, Brown Summit 

J. E. Whitaker, 808 Gramby St., High Pt. 
Carson Robbins, Rt. 8, Greensboro 

Arnold Jester, 536 Dayton St., High Point 

Herman Goodin, Box 1144, High Point.. 
* Delmar Bunton, Belmont 

Richard Hanes, 1213 Highland Ave., High 
Point 

Floyd Andrews, 1404 20th St., Greensboro 



OF North Carolina 



265 













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Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


§1 

M 


a. o 

O 


1. 


4 


10 


209 


166 


58 


34 


20 


32 


1 277 


1 3,110 


$ 3331$ 3,343 


2. 


4 


3 


166 


160 


75 


85 


64 


25 


10,298 


18,057 


2,717 


26,774 


3. 


4 


21 


448 


357 


184 


109 


144 


24 


1,136 


19,796 


1.842 


21,638 


4. 


4 


6 


625 


332 


173 


110 


102 


9 


1,604 


14,684 


4,904 


19.588 


5 


4 


5 


350 


307 


1S6 


60 


82 






8,343 


2 368 


10 981 


6 


4 
4 


5 
12 


25 
149 


93 
109 










220 


3,271 
5,170 


16 

868 


3 287 


7. 


83 


72 


59 


34 


6,038 


8. 


4 


9 


124 


201 


96 


85 


5£ 


33 


3,576 


13.644 


933 


14,577 


9. 


4 


38 


1.191 


915 


244 


273 


302 


46 


3,819 


39,726 


10,765 


50,491 


10. 


4 


9 


313 


345 


118 


181 


109 


75 


11,971 


25,208 


2,287 


27,495 


11. 


2 


2 


98 


97 


46 




10 






2,852 


542 


3.394 


12. 


4 


9 


41 


106 


66 


50 


9 


12 




3.033 


701 


3,734 


13. 


4 


25 


147 


219 


135 


66 


88 


55 


102 


10,255 


1.522 


11,777 


14. 


4 


25 


763 


824 


216 


127 


357 


150 


659 


36,856 


12,226 


49,082 


15. 


4 


10 


41 


Alls 


tatistic 


al reco 


rds ar 


e inclu 


ded in L 


aurinburg, 


First, re 


ports 


16. 


4 


11 


216 


204 


83 


86 


72 


22 


10,297 


15,613 


1,416 


17,029 


17 


4 


5 


67 


47 


27 


21 


10 






1,847 


303 


2 150 


18. 


4 


18 


209 


224 


124 


64 


44 


10 


100 


7,711 


629 


8,340 


19. 


4 


13 


153 


195 


85 


62 


44 


35 


130 


6,872 


619 


7.491 


20. 


4 


11 


158 


76 












160 




160 


21 


4 


5 


42 


76 












1,273 


168 


1 441 


22. 


4 


14 


69 


118 


40 


45 


25 


12 


181 


6,186 


71 


6,257 


23. 


4 


16 


32 


60 










164 


879 


10 


889 


24. 


4 


14 


521 


375 


124 


109 


50 


64 


2,065 


17,899 


2,564 


20,463 


25. 


4 


31 


253 


341 


134 


113 


82 


12 


738 


20,680 


1,511 


22,191 


26. 


4 


10 


284 


209 


122 


83 


71 


10 




10,187 


818 


11,005 


27. 


4 


29 


224 


188 


93 


93 


70 




6,200 


14,169 


736 


14,905 


28. 


4 


27 


288 


341 


95 


76 


66 


24 


73,042 


90,750 


1,542 


92,292 


29. 


4 


24 


809 


824 


260 


272 


291 


111 


190,203 


226,141 


12.337 


238,478 


30. 


4 


8 


89 


89 


72 




27 




626 


2,734 


563 


3,297 


31. 


4 


23 


68 


204 




56 


22 


12 




3,722 


50 


3,772 


32. 


4 


10 


186 


205 


45 


52 


71 




14.760 


19,397 


1,500 


20,897 




458 


8,358 


8,007 


2.934 


2,384 


2,350 


807 


$332,168 


i 650,225 


$ 67,131 


1717,356 



PIEDMONT 



320 

516 

170 

46 
789 

202 



50 
152 



335 



254 
•53 



460 

483 

157 

50 
337 

171 



396 
151 
76 
150 

235 

309 
*70 



158 



60 



49 



$ 337 

1,774 

8,252 

80 
6.791 

165 



3,448 
140 



1,669 



400 



15,839 

24,503 

14,824 

1,715 
25.689 

8,892 

17,778 
6,249 
1,493 
4,070 

16,254 

16,656 



6,792 
5,134 



1,200 

649 

411 

85 
505 



852 
925 
36 
128 

1,484 

501 
17 



? 17,039 

25,152 

15,235 

1.800 
26.194 

9,380 



18,630 
7,174 
1,529 
4,198 

17,738 

17,157 
17 



7,461 
5,673 



266 



Baptist State Convention 
PIEDMONT— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



16. Gibsonville 

Greensbcrc: 

17. Asheboro Street - 



18. Bessemer 

19. CoUegePark. 



20. Eller Memorial. 



21. First 

22. Florida Street. 



23. Immanuel 

24. Lindley Park... 

25. Magnolia 

26. Martin Avenue. 

27. Rankin 



28. Revolution. 



29. Rocky Knoll 

30. Sixteenth Street.. 

31. South Elm Street. 

32. Southside 



33. Stevens Memorial 

34. Guilford 

35. High Pt.: Brentwood 



36. Emerywood... 

37. English Street. 



38. Faith. 

39. First.. 



40. Green Street. 



41. Highland 

42. Hillard MemoriaL 



43. Lexington Avenue. 



44. Mt. Calvary 

45. North Main 



46. Southside. 

47. Hillcrest-... 



J. 0. Hagwcod, Gibsonville 

A. Leroy Praker, 709 Asheboro Street, 
Greensboro 



Norman L. Blythe, 3611 E. Bessemer 
.^ve., Greensboro 

J. Boyce Brooks, 2410 Madison Avenue, 
Greensboro 



John T. Edwards, 1307 Summit Avenue, 
Greensboro 



Claude B. Bowen, Box 5145, Greensboro. 

Woodrow W. Hill, 1110 Glenwood Ave., 

Greensboro- 



Troy G. Robbins, 2502 Inmianuel Road, 
Greensboro 



A. L. Robertson, 119 S. Holden Road, 
Greensboro 



H. D. (Jack) Roe, 1009 Olive St., Greens- 
boro 



J. M. Clark, 3512 Murehie Ave., Greens- 
boro 

Billy M. Gordon, 3404 Summit Avenue, 
Greensboro. ._ 



George B. Hyler, 2218 Shober Street, 
Greensboro 



Clarence R. Nida, 441 Creek Ridge Rd., 
Greensboro 

William L. Bennett, 2904 Orange Street, 
Greensboro 



Glenn S. Gaffney, 113 Robbins Street, 
Greensboro 

Edwin L. Smithwick, 1900 Kirkman Dr., 
Greensboro 



Paul Riggs, Box 26, Guilford. 

Charlie Monk, Jr., 1506 Springfield Ave. 
High Point 



Thomas S. Haggai, 502 Lindsay Street, 
High Point 

George Richman, 801 Sunset Dr., High 
Point 



\V. Murphy Cassell, Box 51, High Point. 
J. E. Rawlinson, 1011 Ferndale Drive, 

High Point 

E. W. Price, Jr., 324 Woodrow Avenue, 

High Point 



C. R. Ritch, 612 Wise St., High Point.. 

W. Frank Marks, 2332 Edgewood Ave., 

High Point 



Woodrow W. Robbins, 911 Tabor Street, 
High Point 



J. W. Kanoy, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 75, High Pt. 

Neil J. Armstrong, 111 Hillcrest Drive, 

High Point 



B. C. Lamb, Rt. 2, Greensboro. 



Hal Laughlin, Box 192, Gibsonville 

Nolan C. Johnston, 710 Asheboro Street, 
Greensboro.. 

J. Frank Potts, 609 Holt Ave., Greensboro 

Walter B. Anderson, 2606 Sherwood St., 
Greensboro 

Wyley E. Patterson, 1208 Vine Street, 

Greensboro 

S. C. Ray, Box 5145, Greensboro 

Ernest Welch, 1103 Portland St., Greens- 
boro 

Earl Patterson, 914 Onslow St., Greens- 
boro 

Norman B. Moury, 1713 Rolling Road, 
Greensboro 

Sam Riddle, Jr., 1410 Woodside Drive 
Greensboro 

Paul Clark, Rt. 2, Box 484, Greensboro. . 

Paul Swann, 1204 Phipps Ave., Greens- 
boro 

Herman C. Johnson, 1506 4th Street, 
Greensboro 

Johnny Smith, Rt. 8, Box 12, Greensboro 

Harold Burke, 2810 WUdwood Drive, 
Greensboro 

Garson Rice, Sourwood Dr., Greensboro 

J. A. Lewis, 1841 Willora St., Greensboro 

Frank Poe, Rt. 2, Brown Summit 

P. H. Raines, Box 66, GuUford 

Charles Jenkins, 601 E. Lexington Ave., 
High Point 

A. C. Perry, 1317 Greenway Dr., High Pt. 

Harold Buffington, 803 Worth Avenue, 
Point 

J. H. Byrd, 900 E. Farris Ave., High Point 

Woodroe F. Haywood, Box 1288, High Pt. 

R. B. Culler, Sr., 1223 Westwood, High 
Point 

Leroy Tronseau, 281 Young St., High Pt. 

Claude Blackwell, 2129 Edgewood Ave., 
High Point 

C. W. Chapman, 1205 Centennial Ave., 
High Point 

John Sheffy, 131 Colombus Dr., High Pt. 

Paul Shaver, 212 Oakview Rd., High Pt. 
A. L. Bean, 502 Highland Ave., High Pt. 
Russell Hilliard, Rt. 2, Box 17, Greens- 
boro 



OF North Carolina 



267 











PIEDMONT 


— Continued 










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Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 

Salary) 


3 


pi 




16. 


4 


16 


383 


344 


125 


100 


78 


67 


1 482 


$ 15,446 


1 2,980 


S 17,426 


17. 


4 


56 


1,808 


1,421 


302 


542 


396 


131 


95,067 


1.36,017 


37,006 


173,023 


18. 


4 


40 


913 


885 


254 


256 


211 


107 




31,180 


10.154 


41,334 


19. 


4 


18 


807 


733 


196 


111 


207 


95 


118 


36,479 


8,079 


44,558 


20. 
21. 


4 
4 


10 
114 


1.090 
3,899 


652 
3,721 


291 
933 


88 
448 


169 
835 


51 

24 


9,000 


30,164 
190,504 


7,634 
146,017 


37,798 
336,521 


22. 


4 


44 


1,197 


1,265 


379 


388 


314 


80 


788 


56,000 


11,926 


67,926 


23. 


4 


34 


650 


570 


320 


163 


136 


61 


10,128 


33,778 


3,535 


37,313 


24. 


4 


37 


287 


405 


145 


168 


92 


87 


1.828 


15,253 


3.882 


19,135 


25. 


4 


40 


736 


669 


169 


142 


141 


56 


2,551 


34,589 


7,462 


42,051 


26. 


4 




110 


175 


122 


44 


25 


25 


1,094 


6.514 


53 


6,567 


27. 


4 


7 


378 


293 


142 


119 


91 


45 


905 


14,340 


2,979 


17,319 


28. 


4 


9 


443 


346 


99 


93 


53 


30 




13,352 


6,152 


19,504 


29. 


4 


32 


534 


534 


236 


188 


130 




818 


23,812 


4,584 


28,396 


30. 


4 


30 


723 


744 


281 


308 


184 


40 


1,2.34 


40,697 


10,756 


51,453 


31. 


4 


18 


371 


470 


192 


184 


126 


12 


8,924 


26,936 


1,747 


28,683 


32. 
33. 
34. 


4 
4 
4 


11 
18 
21 


261 
279 
289 


254 
246 
396 


■ 120 
108 
135 


136 

89 

138 


98 
32 
95 


5 
29 
23 


12.732 
"93^566 


26,173 
12,032 
100,893 


1,865 
1,523 
2.485 


28.038 

13,555 

103,378 


35. 


4 


11 


339 


372 


161 


118 


77 


13 


154 


14,925 


913 


15,838 


36. 


4 

4 
4 


31 

12 

14 


237 

550 
169 


222 

424 
122 


133 
65 


54 

82 
42 


88 

83 
53 






27,448 

26,590 
9,871 


2,799 

2,314 
471 


30,247 


37. 
38. 




444 
2,253 


28,904 
10,342 


39. 


4 


41 


1,624 


1,5.32 


331 


183 


561 


175 


412 


60,600 


37,635 


98,235 


40. 

41. 


4 

4 


72 


2.235 
79 


2,124 
95 


270 
65 


489 


305 


164 


5,660 


124,370 
2,914 


36,431 
25 


160,801 
2,939 


42. 


4 


22 


484 


497 


148 


119 


109 


31 


106 


18,982 


3,488 


22,470 


43. 
44. 


4 
4 


34 
29 


678 
199 


602 
262 


205 


103 
32 


119 
6 


44 


141,900 
1,825 


182,911 
10,883 


5,643 
327 


188,554 
11,210 


45. 

46. 


4 

4 

4 


44 
6 

27 


744 
265 

124 


793 
367 

220 


174 
120 

122 


177 
17 

52 


138 
25 

15 


51 


4,150 


32,599 
14,754 

10,409 


4.705 
722 

746 


37,304 
15,476 


47. 




2,694 


11,155 



268 



Baptist State Convention 
PIEDMONT— Continued 



CHUBCHE3 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



48. Honey Rock. 



49. Jamestown 

50. Jessup Grove. 

51. Jewel 



52. Jones Memorial 



53. Lake Brandt. 

54. Lankford 



55. Lebanon 

56. Love 

57. McConnell Road. 

58. McLeansville 



59. Mr. Zion.. 

60. Oak Grove- 



61. Osceola 

62. Pilot View- 



63. Pine Grove. 

64. Pinecrcft... 



65. Plain View 

66. Pleasant Garden 

67. Pleasant Grove 

68. Pomona 

69. Reavis Memorial--. 



70. Reedy Fork... 

71. Ruffin Stacey. 

72. Smith Grove.. 

73. Summerfield.. 

74. Sunview 



75. Woodard Memorial. 



76. Woodlawn 

77. Hunter Hills Mis.. 



78. Lawndale Mission.. 

79. Northside Mission.. 



Totals. 



R. E. Haynes, 1547 McCormiek St., 
Greensboro. _ 



John H. Scalf, Box 276, Jamestown. 



Charles R. Pierce, Rt. 5, Box 427, High 
Point 

David A. Gates, 1922 Fargis St., Greens- 
boro 



* Jim Covington, Rt. 2, Greensboro 

E. 0. Lankford, Greenbrier Rd., Greens- 
boro 

C. M. Gates, Rt. 1, McLeansville 

James Ward, Rt. 1, Box 412, Jamestown. 
J. T. Ellis, Jr., Rt. 6, Box 203, Greensboro 

W. R. Fuller, Rt. 1, McLeansville 



J. W. Hines, Rt. 3, Liberty 

R. L. Smith, 813 Woodbury Ave., High 
Point 



Duffy Westmoreland, Leaksville... 
Lee Roy Smith, Rt. 5, High Point- 



Frank MeDaniel, Rt. 3, High Point 

Wm. H. Cain, 2510 Pinecroft Rd., Greens- 
boro. 



Rev. W. W. Holder, 1508 20th Street, 
Greensboro _ 

Delano R. Suggs, Box 416, Pleasant 
Garden - 

J. M. AUred, 7 Hewitt St., Greensboro... 
S. R. Young, 23 Boren St., Greensboro- -- 
Clyde H. Tucker, Rt. 4, Box 360, High Pt. 

M. W. Shaw, Rt. 2, Brown Summit 

Julius Bradshaw, Box 1281, Reidsville .-- 

R. 0. Nuckles, Rt. 1, Colfax.. 

Claude Simpson , Summerfield 

Vestal Motley, 406 Amazon St., Thomas- 

ville 

C. F. Johnson, 709 Cole St., Greensboro . 



A. B. Asbill, 2303 E. Green St., High Pt.. 
William D. Fox, 1404 Clermont Street, 

Greensboro 

William G. Wilson, 3502 Vernon Street, 

Greensboro 



James H. Bennett, Rt. 3, Box 589, Guil- 
ford College Branch, Greensboro 

Frank A. Brown, Jamestown 

J. Clarence Marshall, Summerfield 



Bennett C. Dale, Rt. 5, High Point. 



Charles R. Jordan, E. Vandalia Road, 
Greensboro. 

* Hane Orr, 209 Field St., Greensboro.... 

W. J. Gregory, Rt. 2, Brown Summit 

L. R. Chilton, Rt. 5, Greensboro 

Thomas James Hill, Rt. 1, Greensboro 

Cletus W. Yow, Rt. 6, Box 290, Greens- 
boro -. 

Macon Cheek, 114 Aunt Mary's Avenue, 

Greensboro 

J. L. Phillips, Rt. 2, Snow Camp 

Raymond Jenkins, 1126 St. John Street, 
High Point 

Everette Brown, Rt. 1, Brown Summit. .. 

Bobby L. Byerly, 2009 Edgewood Ave., 
High Point 

Clyde Bennett, Rt. 1, Sophia 

C. W. Fields, Rt. 4, Box 184-A, Greens- 
boro 

Claude Money, Rt. 5, Greensboro 



E. R. Haas, Box 67, Pleasant Garden... 

F. M. Atkins, Rt. 7, Greensboro 

H. F. Corley, 3616 Gentry St., Greensboro 

G. C. Loflin, 527 Nathan Hunt Dr., High 
Point 

L. E. Church, Rt. 2, Greensboro 

William B. Pergerson, Rt. 5, Reidsville.. 

Allen Holt, Rt. 1, Colfax 

J. B. Osborne, Rt. 1, Summerfield 

E. A. Dawson, Box 104, Arehdale 

H. C. Roof, 3600 Greensboro St., Greens- 
boro 

C. A. Reynolds, 411 Fisher St., High Point 



PILOT MOUNTAIN 



1. Beck's... 

2. Bethany. 



3. Bethel 

4. Brim's Grove 

5. Brown Mountain. 

6. Center Grove 



7. Clemmons. 

8. Danbury.. 

9. Ellisboro.. 



David Boaz, Rt. 1, Winston-Salem. 
M. Hunter Phillips, Rt. 7, Winston-1 



Gilmer Denny, Pilot Mountain 

C. A. Simmons, Mount Airy 

Chester M. Ashby, 1106 E. 23 St., 
ston-Salem 



W. Elvin Jones, Clemmons. 



C. H. Stanfield, Rt 5, Stuart, Va.. 
J. A. Joyce, Sandy Ridge 



Win- 



T. 0. Hauser, Jr., Rt. 1, Winston-Salem. 
C. Cleo Hall, 2938 Greenway Avenue, 

Winston-Salem 

Robert Ruttledge, Rt. 1, Walnut Cove.. 
Tommy Johnson. Rt. 1, Pilot Mountain.. 
Harvey Lynch, Rt. 1, Westfield 

T. Miller Ellis, 1012 31st, N. E., Winston- 
Salem 

W. L. Thomas, Jonestown Rd., Winston- 
Salem. 



D. F. Pearman, Rt. 1, Stokesdale. 



OF North Carolina 



269 



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4 


6 


4 


3 


4 




4 




4 


5 


4 


8 


4 


6 


4 


14 


4 




4 


9 


4 


2 


4 


2 


4 




4 


23 


4 


19 


4 


5 


4 


10 


4 


22 


4 


21 



213 
115 
139 

139 



74 

*27 

331 
216 

22 

93 

160 
271 



192 
209 



153 

35 

178 
139 
562 

266 
290 
156 
233 
300 



142 

454 



176 
126 
230 



129 

*27 

212 
130 
63 



244 
205 
293 

330 
233 
120 
215 
309 

57 

161 
503 



98 



112 



36 



3,565 
396 



4,222 



512 
606 



589 



1,113 



9,207 
5,387 



5,052 



75 



5,252 
7,999 
10,925 

9,030 



9,619 



11,330 

9,789 

877 

4,039 

5,301 
11,391 



1,209 
6,919 

7,316 
2,672 



8,080 

1,1s 

6.675 
4,015 
21,950 

34,044 
11,690 

4, 

7,855 
13,771 

l,f 

8,937 
14,298 



172 
303 



279 



79 
60 

750 
475 
30 



457 
2,351 



63 
656 



340 

78 



1,091 

48 



83 
1,870 



1,358 

2,277 



194 
1,837 



$ 5,424 
8,302 
11,713 

9,309 



9,698 
942 

12,080 

10,264 

907 

5,938 

5,758 
13,742 



1,272 
7,575 



7,656 
2,750 



9,171 

1,237 

7,557 

4,098 

23,820 

35,402 
13.967 
4,158 
8,630 
15,657 

1,908 

9,131 
16,135 



1,356 32,070 30,358 9,357 6 



6,106 1,627 457,658 1,790,346 396,685 2,187,031 



PILOT MOUNTAIN 



615 

155 
106 
276 
182 



111 

642 

11 

236 



726 

269 
126 
189 
164 



672 
"215 



233 
100 



178 
70 
58 



102 
43 
30 



2,210 
845 



1,437 



37,914 

11,674 

335 

2,464 

3,589 



11,900 

774 

1,333 



S 9,742 

1,782 

411 

60 

207 



180 

9,380 
53 
255 



$ 47,656 

13,456 

746 

2,524 

3,796 



3,587 

21,280 

827 

1,589 



270 



Baptist State Convention 
PILOT MOUNTAIN— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



10. Friendship- 
ll- Germanton. 

12. Goodwill.. 

13. Grapevine. - 



14. Hollow Road. 

15. Kernersville.- 

16. Kerwin 



17. King 

18. Lakeside Chapel . 



19. Leak Memorial. 

20. Lewisville 

21. Macedonia 



22. Marshall 

23. Morning Star 

24. Mt. Olive...... 

25. Mountain View. 

26. New Bethel 

27. New Hope 



28. Northwoods. 



29. Oak Grove No. 1. 

30. Oak Grove No. 2. 

31. Oak Level 



32. Oak Ridge. 

33. Oakhurst.. 



34. Olive Grove (F). 

35. Peace Haven 



36. Peter's Creek... 

37. Pilot Mountain. 

38. Pinnacle 

39. Pleasant View.. 



40. Quaker Gap 

41. Red Bank 

42. Robin Hood Road. 

43. Rural Hall 

44. Stanleyville __ 



45. Stony Ridge.. _ 

46. Union Grove... 

47. Union Hill 

48. WalkertowB 



49. Walnut Cove... 

50. Willow Oaks.... 
Winston-Salem: 

51. Antioch 



52. Ardmore. 

53. Calvary-. 



Robert R. Hunter, Rt. 1, Belew Creek... 
M. E. Manual, 2329 Maplewood Drive, 

Winston-Salem 

Paul W. Ledford, 3806 Riverdale Drive, 

Greensboro 

Charles P. Burchette, Jr., Box 746, 

Kernersville 

R. L. Thomas, Box 5, Kernersville 



W. E. Adams, King 

OUis Revels, 321 Walkertown Avenue, 
Winston-Salem 



R. Talmadge Hall, Rural Hall 

H. A. Byers. Lewisville 

James W. Dockery, 803 Peace Haven 

Road, Winston-Salem 

Milton Frazier, Rt. 3, Winston-Salem 

Charles C. Adkins, Rt. 1, Pine Hall 

Frank W. Chance, King 

Gerald Hewitt, Wake Forest College, 

Winston-Salem 

J. G. New, Jr., King 

Perry J. HufFstetler, 1216 30th Street, 
Winston-Salem 



Rufus F. Culler, 2381 Jefferson Avenue, 
Winston-Salem. 



Arthur L. Reid, Rt. 1 , Madison 

J. Bryan Dosher, Rt. 6, Winston-Salem . 
Kenneth Vaughn, Stokesdale 



J. A. Joyce, Sandy Ridge 

M. W. Laramore, 3305 Greensboro Rd., 
Winston-Salem 



G. A. Tucker, Pilot Mountain 

Ray W. Benefield, Rt. 8, Box 335-A, 
Winston-Salem 

C. H. Stanfield, Rt. 5, Stuart, Va 

R. Claxton Hall, Pilot Mountain 

W. E. Burrus, Mt. Airy 

B. A. CarroU, 5115 Old Rural Hall Road, 
Winston-Salem. 



R. J. McQueen, Germanton 

J. D. Allgocd, Jr., 2521 Greenway Ave., 

Winston-Salem 

Jack Brown. Rt. 8, Winston-Salem 

A. Howard Beard, Rural Hall.. 

Oscar Hartman, 2474 S. Hawthorne Rd., 

Winston-Salem 

Tom Cook, Mt. Airy 

V. Manly Bennett, Star Rt., Kernersville 

J. E. George, Rt. 1, Clemmons 

Wilson L. Stewart, P. 0. Box 85, Walker- 
town 



J. M. Johnson, Walnut Cove. 

Charles Williard Pierce, Walnut Cove... 



R. F. Everhart, 639 E. Clemmonsville 
Road, Winston-Salem 



W. E. Pettit, 2524 Oakwood Drive, 
Winston-Salem 



Elmer D. Piper, 2328 Greenway Ave.; 
Winston-Salem 



Jim Bishop, Box 37, Rural Hall. . 
J. D. Banner, Rt. 1, Rural HalL. 
Elmer Lewis, Rt. 1, Belew Creek. 



Wilbur Hutchins, Rt. 1, Lewisville. 
V. R. Hill, Rt. 1, Walkertown 



H. C. Porter, Kernersville 

Carl Hutchins, 1908 Milford St., Winston- 
Salem 

D. A. Long, King 



Austin Hart, 420 Mt. Vernon, Winston- 



Harry Manual, Germanton. 
Tom Craft, Lewisville 



A. H. Marshall, Rt. 1, Pfafftown 

Johnnie Burton, Rt. 3, Winston-Salem.. 



Ralph Patterson, Rt. 1. King.. 

Ralph Meadows, Rt. 1, King.. 
L. H. Creech, Rt. , Pfafftown. 



Paul E. Tise, Jr., 4453 Lane St., Winston- 
Salem 

C. F. Pinnie, 4765 Mt. Pleasant Drive, 

Winston-Salem 

James D. Mabe, Walnut Cove 

Harris Sanders, Rt. 6, Winston-Salem 

Robert Sheron, 2008 Colonial Avenue, 

Greensboro 

W. R. Spencer, Lawsonville 

Cecil King, 118 Mountain View Drive, 

Kernersville — 

Terry Shelton, Pinnacle 



Ray Kimball, Rt. 8, Winston-Salem 

David Martin, Rt. 5, Stuart, Va 

J. M. Wilburn, Pilot Mountain 

Otien Snyder, Leo St., Winston-Salem.. 

1. L. Long, 1123 Motor Rd., Winston- 
Salem 

Ira Tedder, Germanton 



Leary Scott, Rt. 1, Kernersville 

George Tucker, Rt. 1, Pfafftown 

Grady Young, Rt. 1, Rural Hall 

J. B. Phillips, Rt. 1 , Rural Hall 

Charles J. Bennett, Rt. 1, Westfield... 
Howard F. Beeson, Rt. 2, Kernersville. 
W. W. Chappell, Rt. 1, Clemmons 



H. D. Stewart, P. 0. Box 127, Walker- 
town 

Chisman Craig, Walnut Cove 

Wayne Ashby , Walnut Cove 



Clyde A. Tesh, 1810 Fairview Blvd., 
Winston-Salem 

Reuben H. Graham, 2701 LuUington Dr., 
Winston-Salem 

J. H. Middleton, 812 N. Cherry Street, 
Winston-Salem 



OF North Carolina 



271 



PILOT MOUNTAIN— Continued 





















































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213 

129 

606 

100 
300 



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102 

271 

174 

339 

21 

458 

152 
211 



208 
253 
203 

224 
248 



225 

328 



462 
306 

150 

95 

237 

208 
164 
367 
141 



450 

1,449 

482 



123 
116 
304 

180 

133 

666 

122 
220 



209 

72 

312 

157 

317 

61 

326 

163 
116 



334 



154 
299 
231 

96 
215 



126 
85 

57 
164 
293 

84 



426 
211 

140 
158 
204 

287 
176 
520 
195 



493 

1,443 

415 



85 
102 



174 



139 



125 
76 
119 

70 
205 



130 



149 
416 
124 



191 



202 
50 

18 
60 
38 

61 

"ioi 



54 
15 

67 

17 
125 



25 



40 



70 

334 

7,589 



40 



32 
1,112 



41 

7.023 



3,680 



1,077 
500 



3,000 



552 



300 
1,200 



323 
3,290 
1,000 



7,792 



lOOl 31 



495 
325 
157 



1,353 
59 



1,577 
1,688 
1,500 



6,503 



2,200 
3,658 
11,021 

3,951 

3,130 

29,760 

2,261 
14,667 



5,160 
2,676 
11,473 

3,207 
11,889 



$ 5081$ 2,708 
4,644 



3,709 



4,985 
4,502 



16,089 



6,638 
8,520 
11,688 

3,512 
4,275 



2,207 
799 



1,030 

1, 

179 

13,758 

109 
3,137 

35 

389 

3,525 

561 
5,498 



1,103 
2,399 



6,131 
11,799 
2,761 



15,690 
5,400 

3,756 
4,600 
9,868 

5,579 

1,859 

18,045 

9,799 



11,458 
10,387 
6,605 



19,129 
90,064 
19,621 



1,376 



696 

602 

1,087 

65 
215 



280 
123 



505 

2,628 
170 



4,907 
1,094 

438 

622 

1,521 

330 

151 

2,527 

1,550 



2,954 

1,384 

148 



3,854 
30,788 



12.051 
5,449 
3,309 

43.518 

2,370 
17,804 



5,195 
3,065 
14,998 

3,768 
17,387 



4,812 



7,384 
4,502 



17,465 



7,334 
9,122 
12,775 

3,577 
4,490 



2,487 
922 



6,636 
14,427 
2,931 



20,597 
6,494 

4,194 
5,222 
11, 389 

5,909 

2,010 

20,572 

11,349 



14,412 
11,771 
6,753 



22,983 
120,852 



2,2431 21.864 



272 



Baptist State Convention 
PILOT MOUNTAIN— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



54. City View 

55. Closer Walk 

56. Colfax-. --- 

57. College Park 

58. East 25th Street-.-. 

59. Easton 

60. First 

61. Forest Hills 

62. Forest Park 

63. Griffith 

64. Hanes 

65. Hawthorne Road-. 

66. KnoUwood 

67. Konnoak 

68. Mineral Springs 

69. North Winston 

70. Oaklawn 

71. Salem 

72. South Fork 

73. Southside 

74. Sprague Street 

75. Temple 

76. Urban Street 

77. Vienna 

78. Wake Forest 

79. Waughtown 



C. C. Vaughn, 411 Mt. Vernon Avenue, 
Winston-Salem 

Charlie Jackson, 2231 Summit Drive, 

Mount Airy 

Jerry L. Niswonger, Colfax 

Wm. Fay Martin, 412 Wake Drive, 
Winston-Salem 

W. B. Cone, East 25th Street Baptist 
Church, Winston-Salem 

D. J. Stoner, 3200 Heitman Drive, 
Winston-Salem __ 

Ralph A. Herring, c/o First Baptist 
Church, Winston-Salem 

Jas. H. Pernell, 4006 N. Cherry Street, 
Winston-Salem- _ .- - 

0. M. Moorefield, Rt. 4, Winston-Salem. 

Harry A. Goble, 1745 Ardmore Road, 
Winstcn-Salem 

Otis 0. Kiger, Hanes - 

Roy Young, 1117 Bolton St., Winston- 
Salem 

Jack R. NofFsinger, 330 Lawndale Ave., 
Winston-Salem 

Luther J. Matthews, 3056 Marmion St., 
Winston-Salem 

R. E. Adams, 3733 Ogburn Ave., Win- 
ston-Salem 

Ronald E. Wall, 2721 Bon Air Avenue, 
Winston-Salem 

Floyd W. Ellis, Box 4827, Winston-Salem 

Charles H. Stevens, 432 S. Broad Street, 
Winston-Salem- - 

Paul M. Reese, 3818 Fritz Ave., Winston- 
Salem 

Ralph L. Cannon, 20 E. Sprague Street, 
Winston-Salem 

0. E. Snow, Rt. 6, Cole Rd., Winston- 
Salem- - - 

T. C. Keaton, 2522 Greenway Court, 
Winston-Salem 

G. Elmo Renegar, P. 0. Box 106, Win- 
ston-Salem 

L. P. Smith, Elliott Rd., Rt. 8, Winston- 
Salem 

J. Glen Blackburn, Box 7326, Winston- 
Salem 

A. M. Church, 1510 Butler Dr., Win- 
ston-Salem 



R. W. Needham, Reidsville Rd., Winston- 
Salem 

William Bennett, Rt. 1, King 

C. C. Slawter, Rt. 2, Kernersville 

WiUiard W. Clark, Wicklow Rd., Winston- 
Salem 

N. q. Smith, 2004 N. Dunlieth Avenue 
Winston-Salem 

J. H. Sheppard, 1025 Betty Dr., Winston- 
Salem 

J. E. CoUette, 1830 Robin Hood Road; 
Winston-Salem 

T. W. Harrell, 30 Carter Cr., Winston- 
Salem - -.- 

James A. Long, 526 N. Trade Street, 
Winston-Salem 

Clarence W. Simmons, 1825 Lake Drive, 
Winston-Salem 

Odell Phillips, Box 63, Hanes 

Robert Craft, 1425 Miller St., Winston- 
Salem 

David L. Beavers, 2701 Windsor Drive, 
Winston-Salem 

Ralph C. Murphy, 3117 Luther Street, 
Winston-Salem 

W. C. Johnson, 2615 Robin Hood Road, 
Winston-Salem 

J. M. Venable, 1323, Leheigh Ct., Winston- 
Salem — 

A. E. Rupard, C-315 Vogler Dr.,, Winston- 
Salem 

W. J. Lakey, 2708 Lovedale Ave., Win- 
ston-Salem — 

Edward Nichols, 233 Gordon Drive, 
Winston-Salem- . - 

E. L. Holder, 103 W. Devonshire Street, 
Winston-Salem 

A. C. Southern, Rt. 6, High Point Road, 
Winston-Salem 

Eldon G. Binkley, 911 Holland Street, 
Winston-Salem 

Grant Lawrence, 1909 E. Sprague Street, 
Winston-Salem 

R. B. Smith, Jr., Rt. 1, Pfafftown 

Kenneth Keeton, Box 7403, Winston- 
Salem 

Allen Sink, 1369 E. Sprague St., Winston- 
Salem 



OF North Carolina 



273 









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Pastor's 
Salary) 




o 


54. 


4 




505 


516 


168 


84 






$ 2,376 


$ 19,103 


S 2,192 


% 21.295 


55 


4 
4 


2 
12 


55 

96 


66 
153 












459 
6,574 


27 
940 


486 


56! 


'""'61 


'"'95 


""58 




97 


7,514 


57. 


4 


22 


441 


581 


185 


159 


158 


8 


2,484 


45,409 


8,189 


53,598 


58. 


4 


32 


405 


284 


94 


75 


35 


10 


501 


9,822 


2,120 


11,942 


59. 


4 


23 


325 


395 


203 


94 


42 




418 


11,551 


1,039 


12,590 


60. 


4 


45 


3,100 


2,545 


368 


445 


644 


37 


1,990 


192,700 


58,097 


250,797 


61. 


4 


16 


410 


409 


129 


129 


106 


57 


4,088 


20,031 


1,623 


21,654 


62. 


4 


2 


44 


54 












4,775 


175 


4,950 


63. 
64. 


4 
4 


24 
30 


121 
291 


195 
338 


111 
170 


90 
65 


54 

67 




2,709 
785 


9,330 
9,669 


775 
1,437 


10,105 
11,106 


65. 


4 


35 


361 


392 


137 


132 


66 


29 


1,161 


17,208 


1,153 


18,361 


66. 


4 

4 


5 
10 


119 
352 


155 
459 


177 


93 
149 


42 

128 












67. 


80 


1,400 


21,050 


8,886 


29,936 


68. 


4 


54 


1,341 


1,353 


210 


194 


131 


83 


35,405 


85,207 


12,323 


97,530 


69. 


4 


49 


1,479 


1,312 


352 


208 


323 


56 


623 


68,727 


21,363 


90,090 


70. 


4 


27 


464 


476 


210 


145 


82 


12 


539 


21,309 


4,290 


25,599 


71. 


4 


83 


1,600 


1,664 


515 


192 


371 


31 




95,084 


35,474 


130,558 


72. 


4 


16 


655 


779 


214 


183 


67 


50 


22,543 


44,927 


5,956 


50,883 


73. 


4 


38 


1,065 


964 


362 


284 


251 


95 


3,570 


43,380 


11,536 


54,916 


74, 


4 


20 


262 


298 


77 


67 


39 




314 


8,037 


390 


8,427 


75. 


4 


9 


290 


30S 


108 


90 


108 




65.687 


78,133 


1,021 


79,154 


76. 


4 


' 41 


966 


822 


137 


124 


117 


12 


850 


25,880 


7,858 


33,738 


77 


4 


15 


64 


122 


68 


44 


9 




4,500 


9,650 


652 


10,302 


78. 


4 


15 


647 


437 


100 


225 


60 




17,645 


42,319 


3,293 


45.612 


79. 


4 


65 


1,195 


1,241 


489 


267 


253 


55 




48,516 


13,863 


62,379 



18 



274 



Baptist State Convention 
PILOT MOUNTAIN— Continued 





Churches 


Pastor and Post Office 


Sunday School Sitperintbndbnt 
AND Post Office 


80. 


Woodland 

Missions: 
Belew Creek 


R. Zeno Groce, 441 Motor Rd., Winston- 










81 




82. 
83. 


Nineteenth Street. - 

North Chapel 

Oak Ridge 

Patterson Avenue _ 


Floyd Tuttle, 205 30th St., Winston- 
Salem 

Walter L. Warfford, 2334 Montrose Ave., 
Winston-Salem 

V. Manly Bennett, Star Rt., Kernersville 

Ronald E. Rice, 281 Crepe Myrtle Circle, 
Winston-Salem 


Joe Pardue, 300 S. Brood St., Winston- 
Salem. 

W. S. Hopkins, 1159 W. End Blvd., 
Winston-Salem.. . 


84. 
85. 

8fi 


John R. Lowery, Jr., 156 Salisbury St., 
Kernersville 

J. A. Yost, 1705 W. Academy, Winston- 
Salem 

Loyd Johnson, Rt. 4, Fishal Rd., Win- 




Union Cross 

Totals 


Jimmy D. Hinson, Rt. 1, Kernersville 


ston-Salem . 


87. 


T. Carrick Teague, Rt. 1, Kernersville... 











RALEIGH 



1. Apex 

2. Bay Leaf 

3. Bethany 

4. Bethlehem (C. 

5. Bethlehem (R) 

6. Cary 

7. Central 

8. Collins Grove. 



9. Ephesus-.- 

10. Falls 

11. Flat Rock. 

12. Forestville. 



13. Fuquay Springs. 



14. Garner 

15. Good Hope 

16. Green Level... 

17. Harris Chapel. 

18. Hephzibah-... 

19. Highland 



20. Holly Springs. __ 

21. Hopkins Chapel. 

22. Inwood 

23. Knightdale 

24. Leesville 

25. Mary's Chapel.. 

26. Millbrook 

27. Morrisville 

28. Mt. Hermon 

29. Mt. Olivet 

30. Mt. Vernon 

31. Mt.Zion 



32. Neuse 

33. New Bethel. 

34. New Hill... 

35. New Hope.- 

36. New Light.. 

37. Oak Grove.. 

38. Oak Ridge- 

39. Pearce 



Ronda E. Robbins, Apex 

John T. Evans, Rt. 1, Raleigh 

Dan V. Silver, Rt. 2, Wendell 

Ellis HoUon, Jr., Rt. 1, Louisburg 

R. Oren Bradley, Rt. 2, Raleigh 

Lamar J. Brooks, Cary 

Millard Grumpier, Wendell 

Thomas L. Barnes, Rt. 2, Box 59, Nash- 
ville . 

L. M. Woolweaver, Rt. 4, Raleigh 

Tommy Ellington, Rt. 3, Wake Forest.. 



James E. West, Jr., 813 Main St., Wake 
Forest 

W. M. Page, 504 E. Academy St., Fuquay 
Springs 



W. C. Adkinson, Garner 

Robert L. \\'eatherspoon, Jr., Morrisville 
Roy D. Keller, Rt. 3, Apex 



Joe F. Roach, Rt. 2, Wendell 

Charles L. McMillan, 420 Parkland, 
Raleigh 

Charles W. Stafford, Holly Springs 

Johimie L. Caldwell, Zebulon 

John G. Green, Rt. 3, Raleigh 



Jesse L. Alligood, Rt. 6, Raleigh. 



Joe F. Vaughn, Morrisville 

Wyatt L. Scctt, 1013 Hale St., Durham.. 

Roger H. Crook, Rt. 4, Raleigh 

J. Nelson Allen, Rt. 7, Raleigh 

Carl L. Lunsford, Rt. 6, Mt. Zion Pas- 

torium, Raleigh 

John Andes, Wake Forest 

Robert L. Garden, Rt. 1, Durham ... 

Bobby L. Coats, Avent Ferry Rd., Raleigh 

Donald H. Bowen, Rt. 7, Raleigh 

Garland D.Jacobs, Rt. 5, Durham 

William H. Pope, Rt. 3, Wake Forest 

Leonard M.Thomas, Henderson 

Warren E. Kerr, Rt. 3, Zebulon 



Carl HoUoman, Apex 

George D. Norwood, Rt. 1, Raleigh 

D. F. Stell, Rt. 1, Neuse 

Thurman Johnson, Rt. 3, Zebulon 

E. A. Boythress, Rt. 1, Knightdale 

G. W. Jordan, 101 Connor St., Cary 

Clarence Richardson, Rt. 1, Wendell 

B. 0. Holland, Rt. 1, Holly Springs 

R. H. W illiams, 316 Grand Ave., Raleigh 

Zeb Strickland, Rt. 3, Wake Forest 

Epp Catlet, Rt. 1, Louisburg 

G. G. Benfield, Rt. 2, Wake Forest 

Paul England, 502 Vance St., Fuquay 
Springs 

L. E. Fortst, Rt. 3, Raleigh. 

Sidney W. Hatcher, Morrisville 

Leonard Sears, Rt. 3, Apex 

Jcseph Frazier, Rt. 2, Wake Forest 

Billy Sheron, Rt. 4, Zebulon 

Edgar Haire, 714 Wilson St., Raleigh 

George Hall, Holly Springs 

B. K. Hopkins, Rt. 4, Zebulon 

Ed McLeod, Rt. 3, Raleigh 

Howard 0. Wilder, Knightdale 

W. E. Edwards, Box 331, Cary 

Winston O'Neal, Wake Forest 

Ralph Smith, Rt. 1, Raleigh 

Mrs. D.H. Ferrell, Morrisville 

R. W. Sorrell, Rt. 1, Morrisville 

Truman L. King, Rt. 6, Raleigh 

G. H. Miller, Jr., Rt. 1, Raleigh 

Arthur Noble, Rt. 6, Raleigh. __ 

Homer Wadford, Rt. 7, Raleigh 

Jack Goldston, 317 Liberty St., Durham 

W. T. Roundy, Jr., New Hill 

Hector Moss, Rt. 5, Raleigh 

Newman Davis, Rt. 1, Raleigh 

C. R. Pearce, Rt. 1, Wake Forest 

J. M. Finch, Kittrel! 

H. K. Baker, Rt. 3, Zebulon 



OF North Carolina 



275 









PILOT 


MOUNTAIN- 


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$ 


$ 7,855 


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$ 8,765 


81. 










65 












6 


6 


82. 








56 














83. 








163 


90 


59 












84. 


4 


1 




79 






220 


164 


384 


85. 


2 


1 


89 


233 


62 




32 


30 


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7,255 




7,255 


86. 


4 


16 
10 


32 
51 


87 
164 


85 
45 
















87. 


42 


28 






6,934 


145 


7 079 




























$ 


% 


$ 


$ 






1,381 


30,969 


31,116 


10,257 


6,655 


6.155 


1.171 


230,125 


1,459.032 


324,941 


1,783,973 



RALEIGH 



24 


616 


576 


194 


173 


201 




1 7,969 


2 
8 


155 

332 


82 
245 


52 
70 


54 

77 


37 
56 








113 


10 


212 


120 


91 


31 


23 


13 


895 


15 


437 


306 


88 


64 


87 


12 


878 


28 


799 


937 


336 


233 


232 


112 


77,893 


9 


372 


259 


140 


34 


31 




1,385 


8 
21 


77 
487 


56 
483 


18 
153 


""149 


30 
138 






33 


8,399 


8 


198 


195 


74 


87 


29 


10 




15 


628 


280 


141 


110 


59 


15 




6 

8 


216 
856 


152 

768 


100 
176 


55 
123 


33 
234 






27 


786 


26 


470 


573 


211 


174 


158 


46 




7 


440 


318 


105 


131 


86 




10,046 


11 


382 


190 


114 


136 


121 


6 


2,497 


4 

4 


428 
521 


237 
403 


89 
142 


84 
55 






1,619 
2,020 


220 


61 


6 


208 


351 


153 


91 


70 


5 




11 
18 


195 

454 


184 
360 


79 
105 


27 
59 


26 
70 








8,283 


39 


294 


272 


172 


128 


68 


47 


441 


26 


554 


552 


200 


121 


134 




1,676 


1 


101 


74 


44 


45 


11 




194 


'""15 


182 
341 


63 
340 






12 

107 






132 


43 


20 




10 


227 


190 


93 


74 


36 




7,563 


3 

8 


97 
235 


97 
243 


65 
112 










38 


73 


25 


16,418 


26 


235 


164 


61 


76 


62 


53 


215 


15 


250 


171 


98 


54 


67 


9 


82 


12 


105 


109 


93 


52 


22 


14 




'"'"ii 


103 
131 


86 
102 


23 
53 








42 
23 




53 




24 


423 


376 


180 


134 


72 




766 


'""io 

6 

8 


85 
320 
169 
424 


86 
224 
132 
311 










2,000 


81 


57 


64 








84 




70 




1,585 



22,505 


S 9,807 


5,103 


1,029 


3,540 


520 


3,517 


380 


9,368 


1,624 


98,295 


7,773 


5,539 


1,625 


1,657 


796 


27,913 


2,194 


6,739 


922 


8,101 


1,980 


4,800 


660 


22,478 


10.107 


20,303 


2,857 


14,636 


1,397 


9,326 


3,068 


7,526 


1,250 


8,742 


2,386 


6.405 


2,045 


3,016 


710 


13,699 


179 


12,300 


1.470 


14,743 


4,651 


5,086 


485 


1,657 


136 


8,962 


3,427 


13,573 


1,056 


1,569 


316 


19,805 


684 


8,604 


869 


7.797 


588 


3,390 


29 


1,259 


109 


2.101 


787 


13,288 


1,762 


4,118 


69 


5,956 


764 


990 


508 


9,506 


899 



S 32,312 
6,132 
4,060 
3.897 
10,992 
106,068 
7,164 

2,453 
30,107 

7,661 
10,081 

5,460 



32,585 
23,160 
16,033 
12,394 
8,776 
11,128 

8,450 

3,726 

13,878 

13,770 

19.394 

5,571 

1,793 

12,389 

14,629 

1,885 

20.489 

9.473 

8,385 
3,419 
1,368 
2,888 

15,050 
4,187 
6,720 
1,498 

10,405 



276 



Baptist State Convention 
RALEIGH — Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



40. Pleasant Grove 

41. Pleasant Plains 

42. Raleigh: Boulevard. 



43. 
44. 

45. 

46. 

47. 

48. 
49. 



Boylan Heights... 
Calvary. 



Caraleigh 

Carolina Pines 

Emmanuel 



First 

Forest Hills. 



50. Hayes Barton. 

51. Longview 

52. Xorth Street-. 



53. Pilot - 

54. Pullen Memorial . 

55. Ridge Road 



56. St. John's.. 

57. Tabernacle. 

58. Temple 



59. Trinity. 



60. Reedy Creek 

61. Rolesville 

62. Salem 

63. Samaria 

64. Shady Grove 

65. Six Forks 

66. Sorrell's Grove 

67. Stony Hill 

68. Swift Creek 

69. Union Chapel 

70. Union View 

71. Wake Cross Roads . 

72. Wakefield... 

Wake Forest: 

73. Glen Royal 

74. Wake Forest 

75. Wake Union 

76. Wakeminster 

77. WendeU.... 

78. Wilder's Grove 

79. Woodland 

80. Youngsville 

81. Zebulon 

82. Goodwill Center.. . 



Totals. 



M. 0. Sears, Rt. 1, Varina 

Bobby L. Coats, Rt. 4, Raleigh 

.\ubrey Q. Patterson, 3312 Octavia, 

Raleigh 

R. L. Stocks, Jr., 410} 2 S. Boylan, 

Raleigh 

Gerald C. Primm, 1020 W. South Street, 

Raleigh 



W. P. Biggerstaff, 162 Summit Avenue, 

Raleigh 

V. E. Lockev, Raleigh 



L. D. Holt, 320 Hudson St., Raleigh 

Broadus E. Jones, 1547 Carr St., Raleigh. 

Douglas A. Aldrich, 124 Montgomery 

St., Raleigh 



W. R. Barbee, Rt. 1, Varina. 



John W. Kincheloe, Jr., 2300 Beechridge 
Road, Raleigh 



M. Fred Scott, Jr., 2428 Milburnie Rd., 
Raleigh 

John L. Coley, 4036 Western Boulevard, 
Raleigh 



Wesley M. Enzor, 1008 X. Blount Street, 
Raleigh 

W. W. Finlator, 434 Yarmouth Road, 
Raleigh 



James W. Ray, 2801 Oberlin Rd., Raleigh 

L. J. Morris, 2804 Anderson Dr., Raleigh. 
James S. Potter, 809 X. Person Street, 

Raleigh 

William T. Mills, 2450 Medway Drive, 

RaJ eigh 



Henry E. Walden, Jr., 3609 Brook Dr., 
Raleigh 

Wyatt L. Scott, 1013 Hale St., Raleigh . 



W. L. Blanton, Rt. 3, Apex 

Parks C. Harris, Rt. 2, Raleigh 

Thos. L. Barnes, Rt. 2, Box 59, Xashville 

B. M. Spence, Rt. 1. Raleigh 

Hugh L. Xichols, Rt. 4, Durham 

W. C. Barham, Jr., Rt. 1. Wake Forest.. 

E. Paul West, Jr., Rt. 4, Raleigh 

E. M. Rhiner, Rt. 1, Zebulon 



Emory T. Holden, Rt. 5, Raleigh. 



Claude Hanes, Wake Forest 

Ben Lvnes, 405 Durham Rd., Wake Forest 
I. T. Stroud, Box 286, Wake Forest.... 

Harold T. Pickett, Rt. 1, Raleigh 

W. H. Vinson, Jr., Box 732, Wendell... 

William Long, Rt. 5. Raleigh 

Kenneth HoUifield, Rt. 3, Wake Forest 

Rufus F. Potts, Youngsville 

W. Arnold Smith, Zebulon 



Lewis Bowers, 829 Mellies Rd., Raleigh 

H. R. Clement, Box 8087, Raleigh 

Robert L. Massey, 1915 Carroll Drive, 
Raleigh 

B. A. Senter, 135 Summit Ave., Raleigh 
Preston R. Holmes, 230 Pecan Road, 

Raleigh 

Rex K. Jones, 2208 Wake Forest Road, 

Raleigh 

H. A. Helms, 1005 W. Peace St., Raleigh 

John E. McDowell, 607 Beaverdam Rd., 
Raleigh 

Clauston L. Jenkins, 1215 Cowper Dr., 
Raleigh. 

W. P. McDonald, 129 Bertie Rd., Raleigh 

Roy T. Williams, 325 Morrison Avenue, 
Raleigh 

Stanley Stell, 1008 N. Blount St., Raleigh 

C. E. Bishop, 727 Runnymede Road, 
Raleigh 

Henry L. Brown, 1207 Dogwood Lane, 
Raleigh 

R. W. Osbeck, 106 Berkshire Rd., Raleigh 

Joe S. Correll, 807 Harvey St., Raleigh. . 

Wilson W. Morgan, 806 Braden Street, 
Raleigh 

Carl Swiggett. 962 Shelly Rd., Raleigh... 
Vernon L. Smith, 2113 Xoble Rd., Raleigh 

B. E. Rogers, Wake Forest 

W.J. Booth, .\pex 

Revnal Yeargin, Rt. 2, Raleigh 

K. H. Womble, Xew Hill 

Ernest P. Spence, Rt. 1, Raleigh 

Clyde W. Barber, Rt. 1, MorrisviUe 

Douglas Woodlief, Rt. 1, Xeuse 

Jack .Medlin. Rt. 4, Raleigh 

Lonnie Tant, Rt. 2, Zebulon 

Ivan Onks. Franklinton 

C. C. Poole, Rt. 2, Wake Forest 

B. E. Strickland, Zebulon 

Grover Alford, 36 Mill St., Wake Forest 

J. L. Shearon, Wake Forest 

Elmo Powell, Rt. 3, Wake Forest 

Coit Ray, Rt. 1, Wake Forest 

Ira H.Johnson, Wendell 

L. C. Allen, Jr., Rt. 5, Raleigh 

J. E. Mangum, Rt. 1, Wake Forest 

W. T. Moss, Youngsville 

Dr. L. M. Massey, Zebulon 



OF North Carolina 



277 











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Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 

Salary) 


O 3 

S£ 

_ D. 


6. o 

a 


40. 
41. 


4 
2 


17 

8 


375 
112 


335 

71 


159 


56 


150 


15 


178 
$ 


J 5,670 
2,102 


$ 1,068 
205 


1 6,738 
2,307 


42. 


4 


16 


185 


202 


69 


67 


76 


15 


13,500 


22,035 


536 


22,571 


43. 


4 


15 


212 


132 


86 


32 


37 




64 


8,707 


358 


9,065 


44. 


4 


45 


628 


599 


209 


218 


190 


12 


1,093 


29,535 


7,648 


37,183 


45. 


4 


9 


592 


418 




56 


85 




10,067 


20.532 


2,944 


23.476 


46. 


4 


17 


358 


591 


251 


225 


115 


40 


2,468 


19,152 


1,864 


21,016 


47. 
48. 


4 
4 


42 
25 


564 

1,881 


802 
1,142 


342 
154 


224 
159 


219 

472 


117 

27 


3,310 
25 


28,811 
98,457 


7,431 
52,176 


36,242 
150,633 


49. 


4 


37 


1,205 


1,410 


386 


403 


212 


58 


6,500 


71,364 


14,030 


85,394 


50. 


4 


51 


1,527 


1,367 


259 


423 


401 


124 


27,287 


103,139 


33,345 


136,484 


51. 


4 


32 


471 


751 


299 


181 


204 


47 




30,462 


1,528 


31.990 


52. 


4 


12 


737 


447 


125 


72 


153 


25 


4,188 


21,447 


1,615 


23,062 


53. 
54. 


4 
4 


16 
21 


312 
746 


379 

570 


155 
50 


49 
117 


61 
238 






9,474 
47,018 


150 
4,865 


9,624 


12 


6,576 


51,883 


55. 
56. 


4 
4 


10 

8 


224 
301 


329 
334 


117 
105 


78 
62 


98 
114 


92 
43 


1,419 
135 


22,665 
20,685 


2,350 
612 


25,015 
21,297 


57, 


4 


39 


2,194 


1,587 


246 


355 


428 


107 


13,343 


93,447 


36,720 


130,167 


58. 


4 


34 


687 


938 


382 


216 


160 


56 


415 


34,822 


6,557 


41,379 


59. 
60. 
61 


4 
2 
4 
4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
4 
4 
2 


14 

"""is 

5 

9 

9 
5 

10 
2 
1 
5 
3 

14 


149 
61 
680 
411 
487 
96 
122 
110 
403 
295 
136 
181 
480 
310 


215 
71 
621 
334 
353 
67 
109 
100 
181 
154 
139 
183 
319 
274 


152 
44 
190 
112 
115 
10 
56 

'"In 

65 
47 

106 
98 

104 


101 

""'177 
83 
104 


26 
11 
212 
69 
76 


26 
12 




7,035 
1,153 

12,582 
8,717 

11,587 
1,091 
3,791 
2,185 
6,464 
7,387 
3,314 
7,587 

11,826 

17,175 


850 
322 

5,083 

1,536 

799 

208 

169 

25 

1,509 

668 

89 

271 

1,123 
722 


7,885 

1,475 

18 565 


62 






10,253 


63. 


56 


833 
387 

1,243 
769 

1,103 

195 

837 

2,929 

12,188 


12,386 
1,299 


65. 
66 


62 
53 
94 

75 

"'"'53 

82 
84 


22 


15 


1,960 
2,210 


67. 
68. 
69. 
70 


58 
30 
10 


46 
24 


7,973 
8,055 
3,403 

7.858 


71. 
72. 


4 
4 


88 
73 




12,949 

17,897 


73. 

74. 
75. 
76. 
77. 
78 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


"'""12 
3 
3 
9 

7 
5 
1 
6 


281 
1,073 
194 
104 
608 
136 
305 
260 
626 


282 
603 
138 
116 
507 
173 
223 
192 
611 


150 

205 

91 

90 

172 

102 

102 

100 

209 

77 


84 
129 

"""'73 
93 
64 

74 

""104 


74 
222 
52 
36 
141 


""'"ii 


251 
1.184 
13 
367 
332 
127 


7,100 
23,082 
2,151 
3,173 
14,401 
5,411 
4.250 
22,349 
19,049 


1,981 

15,662 

378 

387 

4,893 
564 
416 

1,913 

5,827 


9,081 
38,744 

2,529 

3,560 
19,294 

5 975 




31 

42 
205 




4,666 


80. 
81. 
82. 


12 


13,705 

28 


24,262 
24,876 


























1,058 


33,578 


29,036 


1,007 


7,370 


7,683 


1,503 


$ 
280,841 


S 
1,330,296 


294,315 


$ 
1,624,611 









278 



Baptist State Convention 

RANDOLPH 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



1. Arehdale 

2. Asbury 

Asheboro: 

3. Fayetteville Street 



4. First 

5. Greystone. 



€. Mountain View . 

7. Oakhurst 

8. West... _. 



9. Balfour. 



Bethel.. 
Beulah _ . 
Calvary. 



Caraway 

Cedar Falls _ 



Center Cross. 
Central Falls _ 
Clear View. . . 



Cool Springs. _ 

Deep River 

Farmer 

Franklinville... 

Glenola 

Gravel Hill... 

High Rock 

Hughes Grove. 



Huldah... 

Liberty, First- . 

Macedonia 

Maple Springs. 
Mt. Lebanon.. , 
Mt. Pleasant... 
Oakwood Park. 



Panther Creek 

Ramseur 

Randleman, First. 

Red Cross 

Richland 



Riverside 

Russell's Grove. 

Sandy Creek 

Shady Grove 

Trinity 



Union Grove. 
Westfield 



White's MemoriiL. 
Worthville Mission. 



Totals. 



E. W. Clapp, 3622 S. Main St., High Pt. 
C. M. Strickland, Rt. 2, Seagrove 



A. E. Madaris, W. Presnell St., Asheboro. 



Charles E. Noal, Asheboro 

Crate Jones, Jr., 720 Avondale Road, 

Asheboro 

Harold S. Leake, 645 Oakland Avenue, 

Asheboro 



R. L. Hughes, 1735 S. Fayetteville St., 

Asheboro 

Charles McDowell, Rt. 1, Sophis 



He^rbert P. Miller, 1900 N. Fayetteville 

Street, Asheboro 

Claude Byerly, Rt. 2, Asheboro 

J. Clifton Dunevant, Rt. 2, Bennett 

C. M. Floyd, 612 Rcsedale Dr., Thomas- 

ville 

Stanley Earomiski, 1329 Highland Rd., 

High Point 

H. L. Sumerford, 250 S. Foltz Street, 

Winston-Salem 

M. D. Chriscoe, Rt. 1, Seagrove 

W. D. Williamson, Central Falls 

Otis Hampton, 811 Graylyn Dr., High 

Point , 

Jack Sherron, Rt. 2, Randleman 

C. M. Strickland, Rt. 2, Seagrove 

F. E. Bauccm, Rt. 2, Marshville 

Edward H. Daniel. Franklinville 

James Boliek, Rt. 3, High Point 

J. C. Honeyeutt, Rt. 3, Denton 

Grady Shuler, Thomasville 

M. P. Beaslev, 118 Columbus Ave., High 

Point ; 

K. C. Ferree, Rt. 1, Seagrove 

Carl D. English, Liberty 

Page Lee, Liberty 

B. V. Broadway, Seagrove 

None 

Samuel M.James, Box 324, Liberty 

Harry B. Graham, 1019 Nancy Lane, 

Winston-Salem 

Robert J. Brown, Rt. 3, High Point 

Fletcher Fcrd, Ramseur . 

Fred Reece, Randleman 

G. C. Ingold, Central Falls 

B. W. McPherson, 306 Cherokee Street, 
Ashebiro 

E. W. Clapp, 3622 S. Main St., High Pt.. 

A. H. Smith, Rt. 4, Asheboro 

C. L. Kirkman, Rt. 1, Liberty 

J. R. Duffie, Staley 

George W. Dowd, Rt. 1, Box 323-A, 

Trinity 

B. L. Maness, Rt. 1, Seagrove 

W. N. Parker, 208 W. Main St., Thomas- 
ville 

Jack Sherron, Rt. 2, Randleman 



Robert J. Culler, Rocklane Dr., High Pt. 
Clyde Russell, Seagrove 

Earl Hamilton, 509 N. Church Street, 
Asheboro 

Al A. Walker, 1225 Sunset Dr., Asheboro 

Roy Funderburke, Redding Rd., Asheboro 

Elmo Cromer, 1914 Howard Avenue, 
Asheboro 

W. H. Wiley, S. Cox St., Asheboro 

Elmo Cromer, 1914 Howard Avenue, 
Asheboro 

Joe Church, 304 Tremont Dr., Asheboro 

Winfred Hunt, Rt. 2, Asheboro 

Harold Purvis, Rt. 1, Robbins 



C. L. Williamson, Rt. 5, Asheboro. 
David A. Johnson, Rt. 2, Trinity.. 



George Saunders, Rt. 2, Randleman 

Ervin Cole, Rt. 5, Asheboro 

W. H. Connor, Central Falls... 



Ervin J. Nance, Box 61, Cedar Falls. 
Worth Laughlin, Rt. 2, Randleman.. 

Swanson Cox, Ramseur 

Ronald Pierce, Rt. 2, Denton 

James W. Martin, Franklinville 

Plotus Wood, Rt. 3, High Point..... 

Ccy Walker, Rt. 3, Denton 

E. R. Klass, Rt. 1, Trinity 



Bert Wilson, Rt. 2, Thomasville 

John D. Chriscoe, Rt. 4, Asheboro 

J. T. Martin, Liberty 

Tommy Jarrett, Rt. 1, Julian 

Thurman Davis, Rt. 5, Asheboro 

Alvin Shaw, Rt. 5, Box 110, Asheboro . 
Oscar L. Hicks, Rt. 1, Liberty 



Howard Edwards, Rt. 1, Asheboro 

E. L. McKinney, Rt. 1, Franklinville. 
Kermit G. Pell, Box 185, Ramseur.... 
D. B. Hilliard, Box 1223, Randleman. 
Claude A. Snider, Rt. 1, Climax 



Bryant Dark, Rt. 1, Ramseur 

Cecil R. Deaton, Rt. 1, Seagrove 

Edward King, Rt. 5, Asheboro 

James C. Kivett, Rt. 1, Box 93, Staley. 
0. L. Edwards, Rt. 1, Staley 



R. L. Welborn, Rt. 1, Trinity 

Herman Garner, Rt. 1, Box 262, Seagrove 



Glenn Loflin, Rt. 1, Thomasville. 
L. J. Davis, Rt. 1, Franklinville.. 



OF North Carolina 



279 



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238 
212 
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309 

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432 

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1,042 



239 
108 
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39 
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84 
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315 
142 
121 

115 

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107 
368 
366 
138 

224 
123 
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65 
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229 
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1,753 
6,343 



1,598 

751 

90 

70,000 

1,000 

995 

1,350 

1,111 



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9,900 
5, 



23,108 
39,783 

4,871 

4,503 

22,728 

1,458 

87,744 
2,256 
7.500 

4,784 

4,225 

4,313 
4,170 
5. 



1,459 
425 



951 
2,434 



550 



1,330 
2,055 
30,270 
2,016 
1,706 

836 
273 



1,264 
4,531 



1,526 



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3,172 
4,340 
2,085 
8,822 
14,320 
4,445 
1,571 

1,817 
5,959 
9,726 
7,900 
7,862 
1,545 
3,201 

4,247 
3,018 
38,653 
18,818 
6,972 

6,246 
2,419 
7,293 
1,260 
4.529 

13,566 
11,471 

1,077 
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$ 433,830 



$ 653 

1,244 



1,309 
28,275 

1,204 

286 

4,761 

158 

5,594 

616 

1,850 

108 

335 

470 
213 
289 



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973 
250 

2,790 
503 
514 
104 

63 

311 

1,751 

587 

387 

1,688 

1,278 

182 

212 

5,294 

5,262 

177 

459 
316 
594 
176 
469 



1,567 



93,395 



$ 10,553 
7,053 



24,417 
68,058 

6,075 

4,789 

27,489 

1,616 

93,338 
2,872 
9,350 

4.892 

4,560 

4,783 
4,383 
6,172 



12.581 
5,313 
2,335 
11,612 
14.823 
4.959 
1,675 

1.880 
6,270 
11,477 
8.487 
8,249 
3,233 
4,479 

4,429 
3,230 
43,947 
24,080 
7,149 

6,705 
2,135 

7,887 
1,436 
4,998 

15,318 
13,038 

1,077 
13,423 



S527,225 



280 



Baptist State Convention 

ROBESON 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



1 


Antioch 

Back Swamp 


Dosh J. Long, Rt. 5, Lumberton 


H. F. Thompson, Rt. 5, Lumberton 

J. Marvin Britt, Rt. 1, Rowland... 


3 


Willis B. Harvey, Box 259, Wake Forest 


Wade H. Powell, Rt. 2, Rowland . 


4 




William J. Britt, Rt. 2, Fairmont 


5 


Bear Swamp 

Bethel 

Beulah 

Bladen Union 

Bloomingdale 

Broad Ridge _ 

Cedar Grove 

Centerville 

Clybonville 

Ephesus 


R. E. Moore, Lake View, S. C 


Lanneau Miller, Lake View, S. C 

Mrs. Sally Prevatte, Rt. 1, Lumberton. 


7 


C.J.Ellis, Rowland.. 


Matthew Pittman, Lumberton 


8 




Jasper Jackson, Rt. 2, St. Pauls... 


9 

in 


E. L. Coleman, Rt. 2, Lumberton 

Forrest Young, Rt. 1, Orrum 


James Bullock, Rt. 2, Fairmont 

Laban Britt, Rt. 2, Lumberton 


11 

11^ 


B. Clyde Simpson, Rt. 4, Lumberton 

J. F. Stegall, Rt. 1, St. Pauls. . 


F. M. Lamb, Rt. 5, Lumberton 

A B. Atkinson, Rt. 3, Lumberton... 


13. 
14 


E. L. Coleman, Rt. 2, Lumberton 

No pastor.. 


Walter C. Ward, 811-E, 6th., Lumberton 
Duncan Humphrey, Rt. 2, Raeford 


15 


Fairmont, First 

Great Marsh 

Green Springs 

Hog Swamp 

Long Branch 

Lumber Bridge 

Lumberton: East 

First 


Thomas L. Rich, Jr., Fairmont... 


George L. Floyd, Rt. 3, Fairmont 


16 
17 


J. Frank Stegall, Rt. 1, St. Pauls 

S. N. Lamb, St. Pauls 


Dan Jackson, Rt. 1, St. Pauls 

M. G. Dove, Jr., Rt. 2, Parkton 


18 


J. E. Lingle, Rockingham 


D. K. Bullock, Rt. 2, Lumberton 


19 


J. Linwood Jones, Rt. 2, Lumberton 

Wiley C. Bumgarner, Lumber Bridge 

B. M. Glisson, 200 Whiteville Avenue, 
Lumberton.. 


Charles M. Britt, Rt. 2, Lumberton 

J. B. Martin, Lumber Bridge 


21. 


Russell C. Prevatte, Rt. 2, Lumberton 


?? 




Ingram P. Hedgepeth, Lumberton 


23 


Godwin Heights... 
North.. 


A. D. Frazier, Lumberton.. . . 


Charles T. Allen 1104 E. 7th St., Lum- 


?4 


J. C. Halliburton, 104 Elba St., Lum- 


berton 




West . 


Clifton Britt, Albion St., Lumberton 


?.') 


Nash A. Odum, 70 Victory Hts., Lum- 
berton . 






Maxton: Calvary 

First 


Ernest Pittman, Rt. 4, Lumberton 


2fi, 


Forrest L. Young, Rt. 1, Orrum 


Will Sealey, Maxton 


27 


Max A. Eller, Maxton 


J. R. Hester, Maxtcn 


28 


McDonald- 




W. B. Hall, McDonald.. 


2<» 


Midway 


L. L. Todd, Rt. 2, Lumberton 


W. F. Norton, Rt. 5, Lumberton. 


30 


Mt. Elim__ 


Joel S. Johnson, White Oak 


Okey Stephens, Rt. 2, Lumberton 


31. 

32 


Mt. Moriah 


Robert W. Holt, Rt. 5, Lumberton 

Bobby Seagroves, State Hosp., Raleigh.. 
Wade H. Gainey, Rt. 1, Hamer, S. C... 


Douglas McRae, Rt. 3, Laurinburg. 

Thomas Hall, Rt. 7, Fayetteville 


33. 

34 


Mt. Zion 

Oak Grove. 


J. K. Campbell, Rt. 2, Latta, S. C 

E. W. Tyner, Rt. 4, Lumberton 


3.5 


Oakdale 


A. P. Stephens, Lumberton 


Proctor Morgan, Fairmont 


3fi 


Oakton 




D. D. Sealey, Rt. 2, Fairmont 


37 


Orrum 




Roscoe Lawson, Orrum . . 


38 


Parkton.. 


Charles R. Tucker, Parkton 


A. T. Johnson, Parkton 


.39. 


Pembroke, Memorial 
Pleasant Hope 


Robert Holt, Rt. 5, Lumberton 


J. A. Graham, Pembroke 


40. 


A. P. Stephens, Lumberton . 


N. A. Lee, Rt. 3, Fairmont 


41 






42 


Raeford 




Julius F. Jordan, Raeford 


43. 
44 


Raft Swamp 


B. Clyde Simpson, Rt. 4, Lumberton 

C.J. Ellis, Rt. 1, Rowland. 

G. Willys Bennett, Red Springs 


Earl P. Smith, Rt. 4, Lumberton 

G. S. Scott, Rt. 3, Dillon, S. C. 


4.'). 


Red Springs: First... 

West Side 

Rennert 


George Forloines, Red Springs 


4fi, 


Jasper Stutts, Red Springs 


Coy Smith, Rt. 2, Red Springs 


47 




Lonnie Burns, Shannon . 


48 


Rowland 


Kenneth Nevenschwander, Rowland 


W. L. Johnson, Rowland. 


4P 


Rozier 


Earl J. Powers, Rt. 3, Lumberton. 


no. 


Saddle Tree 

Saint Paul's: First.. . 
Second 




Edwin J. Humphrey, Rt. 1, Shannon 


!>\. 


T. Max Linnens, St. Pauls. 


R. S. Sessoms, St. Pauls 


f>'> 


Ernest Hendricks, Box 27, St. Pauls 

L. L. Todd, Rt. 2, Lumberton 


LeRoy Phipps, 411 Blue St., St. Pauls. 


53 


Sand Hill 


Earl Carter, Rt. 2, Lumberton . 


54. 


Singletary's Cross 




J. H. Pridgen, Rt. 5, Lumberton 


55. 
5P 


Smyrna.. 

Ten Mile . 


E. L. Coleman, Rt. 2, Lumberton 


Thomas J. Lovett, E. 9th St., Lumberton 
J. N. Howell, Jr., Rt. 1„ Lumberton 


57 


Tolarsville. 


S. N. Lamb, St. Pauls . . 


Julian Graham, Rt. 1, St. Pauls 


58 


White Pond . 


J. W. Meares, Rt. 2, Fairmont 

Prentice Fox, Box 457, Lumberton 

Robert W. Holt, Rt. 5, Lumberton 


Deceased . . 


5Q 


Zion's Hill. . . 




60. 
61. 


Zion's Tabernacle 

Lumberton First 
Mission (Southside) 

Shannon Mission 

Vacation Bible 
School: Five Fork 

Totals 


Johnnie B. Herring, Rt. 5, Lumberton 


fi? 




Clarence Grimes, Shannon 


63. 













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194 
451 
331 

54 
137 
229 
248 
289 
268 
196 
160 
169 
1,001 
309 
459 

95 
390 
134 



1,724 

438 

272 

318 
122 
280 

50 

47 
146 

92 
146 

49 
144 
414 
146 
150 
438 

74 
150 
226 
522 
272 
143 
593 
353 

41 
453 

89 

74 
567 
195 



180 
155 

278 
216 
94 
224 
221 



560 



426 
100 
140 
271 
329 
36 
123 
155 
223 
236 
203 
239 
143 
145 
944 
264 
436 



831 
1,591 

561 

285 

387 
125 
199 

61 

46 
154 

45 
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65 
102 
289 
135 
121 
442 

41 
132 
220 
515 
275 
122 
605 
327 

38 
333 

50 

55 
439 
217 
110 

184 

81 

218 

202 



100 



156 
37 
38 
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75 
68 
86 
151 
103 
106 
70 
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282 
101 
156 



115 
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281 
462 



206 
137 



157 



85 



125 
67 
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206 



21 
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190 
94 
77 

163 

204 
16 

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4 

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16,790 15,276 



71 
58 
92 
87 
67 
68 
160 

31 
46 

54 

5,962 



170 



93 



76 



74 



156 
438 



113 



150 



64 
110 
40 



35 



14 
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88 
34 
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102 
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217 

78 



222 
130 



100 
13 
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165 
11 
15 

51 
19 
59 
64 
25 
63 
34 



58 
472 



50 



$ 13,732 

360 

123 



9,000 

400 

78 

9,674 



751 

317 

1,962 

1,735 

1,076 



1,398 
230 



1,985 
12,133 



14,200 



3,039 
4,032 



243 

'lie 



245 
390 



30 

64 

661 

341 

827 

24,109 

2,197 



662 
330 



258 
22 



1,004 
1,500 



231 
5,000 



1,064 



1,469 S115,173 



3,532 
629 
932 

2,130 

2,201 

22 

272 

1,883 
472 

1,919 
929 
625 
288 
331 
25,660 
578 

3,238 
148 
930 

1,128 

4,003 
37,213 

3,677 

758 

718 

2,203 

2,928 

336 

10 

667 

558 

574 

54 

105 

578 

311 

1,966 

3,388 

358 

559 

1,530 

6,229 

1,208 

25 

9,133 

1,647 

215 

1,844 

1,044 

636 

8,961 

40 

51 

1,065 
519 
923 

1,460 
34 
699 
487 



101 
934 
265 
849 
350 
458 
422 
434 
469 
069 
869 
600 
053 
450 
352 
693 
990 
311 
729 
320 



442 

Oil 

135 

979 
864 
462 
521 
727 
424 
816 
079 
812 
352 
825 
871 
994 
888 
681 
401 
547 
491 
444 
788 
875 
656 
322 
138 
738 
120 
923 
097 
740 

856 
229 
090 
169 
006 
625 
733 



75 



1,139 



S 548,782 S146, 636 S695, 418 



282 



Baptist State Convention 

ROWAN 



Chtjeches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



1. Calvary 

2. Central 

3. China Grove: First.. 

4. South 

5. Dunn's Mountain 

6. East Corinth 

7. Eastside 

8. Enon 

9. Faith 

10. Gold Hill 

11. Grace 

12. Landis 

13. Needmore 

14. Phaniels 

15. Pine Ridge 

16. Rockwell 

Salisbury: 

17. Community 

18. Emmanuel 

19. First 

20. North Main Street 



21. Rowan Mills 

22. Stallings Memorial 

23. Southside 

24. Spencer: East_. 



25. First. 



Oakdale. 

Trinity.. 



28. Trading Ford. 



29. West Corinth 

30. West Landis 

31. West Park 

32. Wyatt's Grove. 

33. Yadkin 

34. Brenner Ave. Chapel 



35. Crusade Mission. 
Totals 



Dale G. Hooper, Rt. 8, Salisbury 

0. J. Morgan, P. 0. Box 982, Kannapolis 
R. 0. Brinkley, Box 406, China Grove... 

Herman G. Matheuy, China Grove 

John H. Simpson, Rt. 5, Salisbury 

Sidney Oxendine, Rt. 1, Gold Hill 

Joseph W. Creason, Box 478, Cooleemee . 
J. W. Allen, 2101 Woodleaf Rd., Salisbury 

B. Lester Huff, Box 84, Faith 

0. B. Hammonds, Gold Hill 

Harold J. Mason, 1502 Central Drive, 
Kannapolis 

Frank L. Gribble, Box 8, Landis 

V. C. Boone, Rt. 1, Woodleaf 

Billy G. Freeman, Rt. 2, Rockwell 

E. M. Fain, China Grove 

Clarence V. Talbert, Rt. 3, Salisbury 

R. T. McGalliard, Box 604, Landis..^... 
Wade H. James, 605 E. Cemetery St., 

Salisbury 

W. J. Stephenson, 732 MocksvUle Ave., 

Salisbury 

John A. Richardson, Jr., 1612 N. Lee, 

Salisbury : 



A. C. Carpenter, P. 0. Box 636, Salisbury 
J. B. Gibson, 710 Maupin Ave., Salisbury 
K. E. Haigler, P. 0. Box 257, Salisbury. . 
James M. Bulman, E. Depot St., East 

Spencer 

Clyde D. Chapman, 216 Fifth Street, 

Spencer. 

H. M. Hocutt, 113 Charles St., Spencer.. 
Clarence E. Wraight, 611 Carolina Ave., 

Spencer 

R. N. Huneycutt, Rt. 4, Salisbury 



Robert M. Wineccff. Rt. 3, Mooresville., 
Jack Norris, General Del., Mooresville. 
Jack Watts, Rt. 2, Rockwell 



Troy Clement, Rt. 3, Lexington 

Charles Lemly, 716 S. Fulton St., Salis- 
bury 

Johnny Propst, Rt. 7, Salisbury 



Clyde Eagle, Rt. 8, Salisbury 

C. E. Avant, 200 East 5th St., Kannapolis 

R. J. Davis, China Grove 

Tyre Nichelson, China Grove 

James L. McCoy, Rt. 5, Salisbury 

Fred N. Morgan, Rt. 1, Gold Hill 

Odis P. Lowman, Rt. 5, Salisbury 

Clarence G. Wise, Rt. 6, Salisbury 

Clyde Petrea, Faith 

Harry Beaver, Rt. 5, Salisbury 

F. M. Stowe, 811 Carolyn Ave., Kan- 
napolis 

Clarence Fain, P. 0. Box 461, China 
Grove 

G. M. Murph, Rt. 1, Woodleaf 

C. A. Troutman, 50 Long Street, Concord 

Earl Morgan, Rt. 2, China Grove 

J. W. Loy, Sr., Rt. 1, Salisbury 

C. T. Morton, Rt. 2, China Grove.. 

R. L. Eller, 111 S. Shaver St., Salisbury.. 

J. H. Nettles, 715 S. Ellis St., Salisbury.. 

Howard Hillard, 509 E. Lafayette Street, 
Salisbury 

K. P. McDaniel, Rt. 2, Salisbury 

Carl M. Satterwhite, Rt. 6, Salisbury 

Miss Pansy Hopkins, Rt. 3, Salisbury 

J. E. Nesbitt, Weant Street, East Spencer 

J. M. Crowell, Jr., Fourth St., Spencer.. 
Paul P. Hinkle, Box 335, Spencer 



T. R. Wise, 1009 Fourth Street, Spencer 
Lacy Barber, 900 N. Salisbury Avenue, 

Spencer 

James W. Miller, Rt. 3, Mooresville 

Joe Draper, Landis 

D. H. Watkins, Rt. 5, Salisbury 

W. C. Hinson, Rt. 1, Richfield 

George Mahala, Rt. 1, Linwood 







SANDY CREEK 




1. 


Antioch 


Claude Johnson, Goldston 


J. R. Wilkins, Rt., Goklston 


■> 


Bear Creek 

Bennett 




Frank Oldham, Rt. 1, Bear Creek 


3. 


Claude Johnson, Goldston 


N. F. Moon, Bennett 


4 


Bethany 

Bonlee 






5. 


G. D. Knott, Bonlee 


Tracy Russell, Bonlee 


6. 


Brush Creek. 


Reid R. Harris, Star Rt., Slier City 


J. Colon Dixon, Bennett 


7. 


Ccol Springs 


Eugene Edmondscn, Rt. 4, Sanford 


R. Bailey Gross, Rt. 4, Sanford 


8. 


Emmaus 


B. G. Campbell, Rt. 3, Pittsboro 


W. R. Clark, Rt. 2, Pittsboro 


9. 


Fall Creek 


Johnnie Hilliard, Fuquav Springs 


Francis Brewer, Robbins 


10. 


Flat Springs .. 


S. Lawrence Childs, Rt. 5, Sanford 


Robert Cotton, Rt. 4, Sanford 


11. 


Friendship 


0. W. Ashworth, Rt. 1, Carthage 


None 


12. 


Goldston 


G. M. Graham, Goldston .. 


Paul E. Cromer, Box 162, Goldston. 


13. 


Gum Springs 


V. W. Parrish, Jr., 329 S. Main, Wake 








Forest 


Russell Foushee, Rt. 1, Moncure. 


14. 


Hickory Grove 


Clyde Moffitt, Rt.2, Ramseur 


Floyd Smith, Rt. 1, Bear Creek 



OF North Carolina 



283 



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2 


4 

4 


10 
3 


191 
308 


165 
256 


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83 
63 






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536 


14,614 
17,583 


101 
1,754 


14,715 


3. 


51 


16 


19,337 


4. 


4 


12 


193 


192 


78 


45 


63 


18 


2,742 


11,393 


608 


12,001 


5. 


4 


18 


395 


365 


132 


147 


110 


34 


52,953 


68.189 


1,200 


69,389 


6. 


4 


1 


119 


89 


48 


37 


23 




1,000 


5,200 


564 


5,764 


7. 


4 




50 


80 


41 


30 


6 




1,892 


5,653 


417 


6,070 


8. 


4 


14 


330 


410 


152 


199 


132 


71 


91,466 


102,712 


3,997 


106,709 


9. 


4 


2 


255 


287 


107 


126 


120 


76 


1,083 


13,767 


3,010 


16,777 


10 


4 
4 


27 
14 


103 
294 


122 
267 


88 
128 










3,391 
33,636 


40 
1,038 


3,431 


11. 


101 


81 


14 


18,444 


34,674 


12. 


4 


25 


777 


584 


162 


127 


70 


51 


1,164 


27,660 


5,442 


33,102 


13 


4 
4 


2 
12 


140 
315 


114 
250 


69 
85 


63 
92 


17 
51 






4,192 
8,706 


613 
1,445 


4 805 


14. 


28 




10,151 


15. 


4 


3 


106 


92 


68 


41 


27 


12 




4,786 


228 


5.014 


16. 


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216 


165 


65 


47 




39 


2,854 


7,272 


347 


7,619 


17. 


4 


11 


149 


133 


86 


81 


35 


25 


540 


4,299 


66 


4,365 


18. 


4 


20 


243 


325 


126 


87 


69 


25 


945 


9,856 


864 


10,720 


19. 


4 


23 


1,249 


1,172 


289 


265 


309 


131 


14,978 


79,682 


14,467 


94,149 


20. 


4 


18 


469 


446 


161 


212 


157 


55 


1,273 


14,184 


2,284 


16,468 


21. 


4 


3 


336 


240 


88 


73 


63 




127 


8,142 


1,214 


9,356 


22. 


4 


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694 


173 


143 


188 


54 


700 


32,709 


6,697 


39,406 


23. 


4 


29 


312 


309 


176 


75 


54 


8 


750 


14,447 


102 


14.549 


24. 


4 


5 


160 


170 


82 


57 


59 


28 


392 


6,084 


231 


6,315 


25. 


4 


13 


588 


509 


131 


61 


206 


51 


60 


16,993 


9,288 


26,281 


26. 


4 


17 


537 


475 


184 


126 


189 


75 


863 


12,839 


4,959 


17,798 


27. 


4 


26 


234 


213 


100 


75 


87 


15 


766 


10,377 


2,193 


12,570 


28. 


4 


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582 


466 


116 


39 


92 


66 




12,276 


3,265 


15,541 


29. 


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105 


81 


70 


9 




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1,622 


8,028 


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4 


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123 


72 
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40 
31 

44 


36 


34 






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*1,745 
4,503 


45 
44 
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1,891 


31. 






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4,594 


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3,632 


2,827 


2,530 


998 


$199,730 


1 587,619 


$ 71,006 


$658,625 









SANDY CREEK 



9 




2 


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3 


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152 
215 
234 
139 
264 
235 
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115 



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129 
213 
148 
115 
225 
225 
118 
247 
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162 

1,531 
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4,077 


% 465 


2,332 


336 


3,078 


1,251 


6,748 


757 


4,794 


905 


5,633 


1,673 


17,955 


1,520 


3.093 


1,040 


3,457 


1,094 


9,955 


770 


105 




4,822 


999 


3,913 


m 


1,553 


107 



4.542 
2,668 
4.329 
7,505 
5,699 
7,306 

19,475 
4,133 
4,551 

10,725 

105 

5,821 

4,690 
1.660 



284 



Baptist State Convention 
SANDY CREEK— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Supehintendemt 
AND Post Office 



15. Hickorj- Mountain.. 

16. Jonesboro Heights.. 

17. Juniper Springs . 

18. Love's Creek 

19. May's Chapel 

20. Moncure 

21. Moon's Chapel 

22. Mt. Olive 

23. New Salem 

24. Oakley 

25. Pittsboro 

26. Rives Chapel 

27. Rock Springs 

28. Rocky River 



29. Sandy Branch. 

30. Sanford: East. 



31. First 

32. SilerCitv 

33. Staley_.l 

34. Tyson's Creek. 



Totals. 



B .[G. CampbeU , Siler City 

John D. Smith, Box 183 JHS, Sanford. 

George M. Graham, Goldston 

Edward C. EUiott, Rt. 1, Siler City 

A. V. Elliott, Rt. 3, Wake Forest 

R. L. Moblev, Wake Forest 

J. R. Duffie, Rt. 2, Staley 

0. M. Burckhalter, Rt. 2, Pittsboro 

M. E. Cunnup, Box 83, Pittsboro 

J. C. Edwards, Liberty 

R. F. Smith, Pittsboro 

Joel Smith (Supply), Wake Forest 

M. E. Cunnup, Pittsboro 

Reid R. Harris, Star Rt., Siler City 



V. H. Moorefield, Jr., Box 75, Bonlee 

Roy A. Morris, 501 Mcintosh St., San- 
ford. 

W. Wilbur Hutchins, Sanford 

Robert E. Poerschke, Siler City. 

Johnny Smith, Staley 

Claude Johnson, Goldston. 



N. J. Dark, Rt. 3, Siler City 

0. V. Batchelor, Rt. 6, JHS, Sanford.... 

W. C. Womack, Rt. 7, JHS, Sanford 

Frank W. Daris, Rt. 2, Siler Citv 

P. L. Wright, Rt. 2, Bear Creekl 

Miss Cecil Seawell, Moncure 

E. W. Reitzel, Rt. 1, Staley 

W. M. Henderson, Rt. 2, Pittsboro 

Leonard Eubanks, Rt. 2, Pittsboro 

R. D. Gee, Sr., Rt. 2, Siler City 

Fred Nooe, Pittsboro 

J. Hoke Brooks, Staley 

Raphael White, Box 97, Bynum 

Robert Calvin Culberson, 616 E. 5th, 

Siler City 

Curtis Moore, Bonlee 

C. F. Sawyer, 615 Midland Ave., Sanford 
Basil H. Byerly, 117 Jackson, Sanford.. 

Wade L. Poe, 705 E. 3rd, Siler City 

W. L. Lednum, Staley.. 

Sam W. Walters, Bear Creek 



SANDY RUN 



1. Adaville 

2. Alexander 

3. Bethany 

4. Bethel- 

5. Big Springs 

6. Bostic... 

7. Broad River .. 

8. Calvary 

9. Camp's Creek 

10. Campfield Memorial. 

11. Cane Creek 

12. Caroleen 

13. CUffside 

14. Concord 

15. Corinth . 

16. Drewery Dobbins 

17. Fairview 

18. Faith 

19. First Broad-. 

20. Flovd's Creek 

21. Forest City: First... 

22. Florence 

23. Harmon Street 

24. Glenwcod 

25. Gnatt's Grove 

26. Goode's Creek 

27. Grav's Creek 

28. Green Creek 

29 Harris . 

30. Havnes Memorial 

31. Henrietta, First 

32. Hicks Grove 

33. High Shoals. 

34. Holly Springs 

35. Lavonia 

36. Mt. Harmony 

37. Mt. Lebanon 

38. Mt. Olivet 

39. Mt. Pleasant C 

40. Mt. Pleasant R 

41. Pacelot Hills 



J. R. Featherston, Rt. 3, Forest City 

M. D. Blanton, Forest City 



Harold Brown, EUenboro 

W. L. McSwain, Rt. 1, EUenboro 

C. E. Auten, Bostic 

Troy Bellinger, Chtsnee, S. C 

M. T. Morton, Rt. 1, Mooresboro 

Fred L. Kelly, Rt. 2, GafFney, S. C 

R. K. Huntley, Rt. 2, EUenboro 

R. G. Melton, Rt. 2, Forest City 

Zeb Moss, Caroleen 

Tom S. La'mence, Cliffside 

James M. Ezell, Rt. 1, Bostic 

A. M. Martin, Rt. 2, EUenboro 

A. M. Martin, Rt. 2. EUenboro 

Howard Keller, Rt. 2, Bostic 

T. G. McAllister, Rt. 1, Bostic 

Olin Kendrick, Rt. 2, Bostic 

Fred Bryant, Rt. 1, Forest City 

David H. Coon, Jr., Forest City. 

Fred A. Maunev, Forest City 

Howard B. Wall, Forest City 

William Harcld Wilson, Rt. 1, Bostic... 

E. L. McDaniel, Rt. 2, EUenboro 

F. M. Barne?, Rutherfcrdton 

E. D. White, Rt. 3, Rutherfordton 

L. A. Erwin, Campobello, S. C 

D. E. Xewtcn, Rt. 1, Mooresboro 

Carl G. Mauney, Avondale 

R. W. Hovis, Henrietta 

Furman Harvey, Rt. 3, Chesnce, S. C... 

W. F. -McGennis, Rt. 2, EUenboro 

Wade H. Huntley, Rt. 1, Rutherfordton 

Guy Hutchins, Rt. 1, Cowpens, S. C 

R. K. Huntley, Rt. 2, EUenboro 

B. H. Parker, Rt. 2, Bestic 

W. L. McSwain, Rt. 1, EUenboro 

Dwight S. Watts, Rt. 1, Mooresboro 

Clyde High, Rt. 1, Forest City 

Clarence Tucker, Landrum, S. C 



James Parker, Spindale 

Howard LoudermUk, Rt. 3, Forest City.. 
R. K. Huntley, Jr., Rt. 3, Forest City ... 

Delbert Byars, EUenboro 

Fred Hughes, Rt. 1, EUenboro 

Fred G. Wright, Bostic 

W. B. Carver, Rt. 1, Rutherfordton 

Malron Wall, Rt. 1, Forest City 

Robert W. Buckner, Rt. 1, Gaffney, S. C. 

E. H. Tony, Rt. 1, EUenboro 

G. W. Tony, Rt. 2, Union Mills 

Horace Melton, Caroleen 

H. H. Elmcre, Cliffside 

Johny Bridges, Rt. 2, EUenboro 

J. W. Gravson, Rt. 2, EUenboro 

L. W. McDaniel, Rt. 4, EUenboro 

Guv Grayson, Rt. 2, Bostic 

Geo. W. Smith, Box 451, Forest City 

S. D. Gamble, Rt. 2, Bostic 

James Scruggs, Rt. 1, Forest City 

J. D. Cooley, Box 128, Forest City 

Max Padgett, Forest City 

J. S. White, Forest City 

Charles Jones, Rt. 1, Bostic 

J. L. Self, Box 15, Mooresboro 

R. S. Burleson, Jr., Rt. 1, Mooresboro ... 

Paul Doblins, Rt. 4, Rutherfordton 

Huey Fagan, Rt. 1, Landrum, S. C 

M. R. Alexander, Harris 

Moser Wright, Avondale 

Troy Branch, Henrietta 

Gerald Mclntyre, Rt. 3, Chesnee, S. C... 

Clinton Greene, Avondale 

J. C. Robbins, Rt. 1, Forest City 

John Bland, Rt. 2, Forest City 

Ernest Condrev, Rt. 2, Bostic 

Paul iMcGiU, Rt. 1, Bostic 

Vaughn Hamrick, Rt. 1, EUenboro 

Wake JoUv, Rt. 1, Mooresboro 

R. L. Wells, Rt. 1, Forest City 

Hulon Howard, Rt. 1, Landrum, S. C 



OF North Carolina 



285 



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118 


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267 


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128 
308 
241 
358 

47 
111 
205 
294 

56 
225 
284 
151 
212 

231 
285 

578 
885 
548 
138 
131 



107 
137 

180 
246 
163 
70 
70 



65 


47 


153 


84 


80 




119 


94 


75 


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78 


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54 


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118 

87 
167 
75 
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52 
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12 
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35 
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103 

333 

209 

15 

19 



40 



25 



12 
1,208 



92 

686 

2,591 

11 



510 
400 



1,610 
1,501 

14,239 

503 

1,046 



3,560 


% 481 


14,670 


2,269 


3,033 


480 


7,054 


3,567 


768 


300 


5,327 


1,506 


6,271 


995 


6,412 


2,977 


1,568 


214 


3,277 


1,615 


10,888 


2,387 


2,964 


549 


2,027 


247 


7,128 


1,599 


11,229 


1,944 


27.846 


2,135 


51,178 


15.730 


28,482 


4,333 


7,204 


467 


1,520 


807 


73,921 


% 56,296 



4,041 
16,939 
3,513 
10,621 
1,068 
6,833 
7,266 
9,389 
1.782 
4,892 
13,275 
3,513 
2,274 

8,727 
13,173 

29,981 

66,908 

32,815 

7,671 

2,327 



$330,217 



SANDY RUN 



17 


395 


363 


118 


94 


11 




$ 106 


13 


404 


288 


115 


79 


107 




1,137 


12 


241 


211 


93 


73 


73 


21 


8,954 


25 


560 


359 


168 


118 


110 




306 


8 


276 


163 


60 


54 


32 


20 


356 


10 


377 


267 


102 


93 


99 


11 


74 


10 


176 
113 


127 
124 


79 
40 


58 
70 


17 
12 








8,000 


12 


435 


256 


85 


69 


71 


16 




12 

2 

22 


172 
110 
543 


134 

72 

455 


70 

49 
172 


65 


11 










146 


103 


53 


1.485 


36 


1,066 


897 


226 


224 


250 


119 


4,961 


4 


307 


270 


151 


87 


64 


38 


715 


6 
2 


308 
236 


274 
111 










165 
104 


50 


25 


9 




6 
1 


106 
53 
240 


99 
94 
137 


67 
34 
65 


51 

28 
78 






466 


30 




20 




5 


309 


209 


112 


93 


41 




63.118 


8 


1,109 


924 


242 


135 


287 


18 


500 


32 


966 


848 


259 


301 


206 


69 


40,372 


3 
4 
2 
5 
2 


99 
107 

83 
178 
106 


78 
96 
100 
122 
156 


41 
55 


40 
44 


14 
9 














40 
65 


50 








23 




50 


8 


363 


310 


117 


120 


53 


40 


425 


2 
3 


107 
251 


106 
208 












78 


27 


60 


15 


866 


6 


584 


495 


126 


98 


83 


42 


600 


12 


275 


200 


95 


89 


38 


8 






220 


122 


48 


35 


27 


10 


979 


22 


293 


214 


155 




14 


20 




6 

19 
3 


186 
287 
110 


118 
200 
135 


45 
71 

57 


60 


20 








1,448 
202 


91 


19 




4 
10 


174 
322 


82 
220 


50 
103 


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20 

78 






40 


522 


9 


229 

82 


201 
66 


62 


67 


29 








57 



13,320 


$ 2.050 


12,951 


1,920 


14,592 


1,204 


10,163 


1,401 


6,904 


290 


10,636 


1,550 


2,078 


71 


2,964 


867 


3,049 


1,666 


2,594 


506 


1,753 


206 


23,112 


6,879 


28,022 


17,295 


7,006 


672 


3,757 


497 


1,664 


246 


2,838 


464 


844 


42 


6,336 


224 


72,803 


798 


106,430 


27,252 


67,138 


9,047 


2,443 


10 


2,600 


3,490 


1,958 


92 


3,153 


497 


2,753 


237 


14,589 


1,688 


3,126 


14 


8,288 


3,131 


12,512 


2,936 


8,075 


454 


7,521 


557 


6,878 


924 


3.702 


377 


3,846 


103 


2,386 


1,138 


2,253 


1,022 


13,092 


1,207 


5,123 


1,086 


1.185 


70 



t 15,370 

14,871 

15,796 

11,564 

7,194 

12,186 

2,149 

3,831 

6.715 

3,100 

1,959 

29,991 

45,317 

7,678 

4,254 

1,910 

3.302 

886 

6,560 

73,601 

133,682 

76,185 

2,453 

6,090 

2,050 

3,650 

2.990 

16,277 

3,140 

11,419 

15,448 

8,529 

8,078 

7,802 

4,079 

3,949 

3,524 

3,275 

14,299 

6,209 

1,255 



286 



Baptist State Convention 
SANDY RUN— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



4? 








43 


Piney Mountain 


J. L. Sisk, Rt. 2, EUenboro 


S. T. Medford, Rt. 3, Forest City 


44 


L. B. Harris, Rt. 1, Mooresboro 

Frank Johnson, Rt. 3, Gaffney, S. C 

Joe J. Bridges, Rt. 2, EUenboro.. 


J. S. Harris, Rt. 1, Rutherfordton.. 


45 


Prospect .. 


Walter Tony, Box 308, Cliffside 


4fi 


Race Path. ... . 


C. A. Luckadoo, Rt. 2, EUenboro 


47 


Riverside 




Joyce McCraw, Harris 


48 


Sandy Level 

Sandy Mush 






49, 




Rube Wilson, Box 181, Henrietta. 


50 






51. 

5? 


Sandy Springs 

Shiloh 


John M. Lynch, Chesnee, S. C 

W. M. Owens, Rt. 1, Rutherfordton 


James R. Lee, Rt. 1, Chesnee, S. C 

Max Stockton, Rt. 3, Forest City 


53 


Smith's Grove 




54 


W. F. Woodall, Spindale 




55. 

56 


Sulphur Springs 

Tabernacle 


Alfred J. Abernathy, Rt. 1, Forest City.. 


Arthur Cole, Rt. 1, Forest City 

Joe Davidson, Rt. 1, Rutherfordton 


57 




L. W. Cain, Henrietta 

James McAllister, Rt. 1, Mooresboro 

W. T. Luckadoo, Rt. 1, Bostic 




58 


Trinity . 




59 


Wall's 

West Side 


Perry Buren Jones. Rt. 1, EUenboro.. .. 


fin 


M. H. Ingle, Forest City 


Homer L. Pilgrim, Forest City 


61 




WiUiam G. Biggerstaff, Rt. 2, Bostic 




Totals. 















SOUTH FORK 



1. Amity 

2. Antioch 

3. Bethel 

4. Boger City. 

5. Calvary 



6. Cedar Grove. 



7. Center View 

8. Craig's Memorial. 

9. Crouse 

10. Faith 

11. Friendly Chapel.. 

12. Gainesville 

13. Howard's Creek.. 

14. Hudson's Chapel. 

15. Hull's Grove 

16. Lawing's Chapel-. 

17. Leonard's Fork-.. 

18. Lincolnton: East- 

19. First 



20. Lincoln Avenue . 

21. North 

22. Long Shoals 

23. Macedonia 

24. Maiden: East 

25. First 

26. West Side 

27. Mathis Chapel.-.. 

28. Mt. Anderson 

29. Mt. Ruhama 

30. Mt. Zion 

31. Mountain View 

32. Olivet 

33. Pearl 

34. Piney Grove 

35. Poole's Chapel 

36. Reepsville 

37. River View.. 



Haskell Sides, Rt. 1, Denver 

Carl L. Bowen, Rt. 3, Lincolnton 

Gordon Schrum, Rt. 5, Lincolnton.. 
Latt Beshears, Box 103, Boger City. 



H. L. Seronce, 2014 Mehaffey Avenue, 
N ewton 

H. B. Jones, Rt. 1, Iron Station 

Paul Benfield, Iron Station 

R. G. Blackburn, Rt. 4, Lincolnton 

Charles Ingle, Rt. 1, Iron Station 

Floyd Beaver, Rt. 3, Lincolnton 

A. V. Ledford, Rt. 1 , Lincolnton 

John Kale, Rt. 4, Lincolnton 

Fred Carpenter, Rt. 4, Lincolnton 

Floyd R. WiUis, Rt. 2, Vale 

L. A. McClure, Rt. 1, Alexis 

Emmitt M. Stepp, Rt. 4, Shelby 



Linwood Peterson, 101 N. Cedar, Lin- 
colnton 



C. H. Greene, 318 S. Rhyne, Lincolnton. 

A. L. Whiteside, Box 141, Lincolnton 

Leonard P. Home, Rt. 4, Lincolnton 

Jack Mace, Rt. 1, Alexis 

J. E. Porter, Rt. 1, Maiden 

J. D. Hillman, Box 456, Maiden 

Harold Townsend, 1105 E. Main, Maiden 
Thomas D. Taylor, Rt. 1, Shelby 

D. Harding CaldweU, Rt. 2, Newton 

L. A. McClure, Rt. 1 , Alexis 

A. R. Waters, Box 310, Denver 

L. A. McClure, Rt. 1, Alexis 

Clarence Bobbitt, Long Island 

B. C. Beal, 115 Court Sq., Lincolnton-.. 

Harding CaldweU, Rt. 2, Newton 

A. R. Waters, Box 310, Denver 

Ralph Webb, Jr., Rt.l, Vale 

Ernest Friday, Rt. 4, Lincolnton 



Alvin CaldweU, Rt. 3, Lincolnton 

Jeff Laney, Rt. 3, Lincolnton 

Alan Lineberger, Rt. 5, Lincolnton 

J. M. Sherrill, Rt. 3, Lincolnton 

Hubert Summey, 302 W. 2nd Street, 
Lincolnton 

Ross Williams, 313 E. Boyd, Maiden... 

Flint Hovis, Rt. 5, Lincolnton 

Ray Barber, Rt. 1, Stanley 

John W. Gantt, Rt. 3, Lincolnton . — 

Vernon Lineberger, Rt. 1, Iron Station. 

Tyson Lawing, Rt. 1, Maiden 

Ralph Hawkins, Box 221, Lincolnton 

MarshaU Gilbert, Rt. 1, Lincolnton 

Woodrow Edwards, P. 0. Box 57, Catawba 

M. J. GUbert, Rt. 1, Lincolnton 

James T. Beal, Rt. 5, Lincolnton 

Vance Heavner, Rt. 1, Crouse 

Charles Mitchem, 618 S. Laurel, Lin- 
colnton 

Joe Bondurant, Jr., 602 W. Bonview, 
Lincolnton 

J. Alvin Sain, Rt. 1, Lincolnton 

Frank Butler, 733 W. Third, Lincolnton 

James Poovey, Boger City 

Harold Sides, Rt. 3, Lincolnton 

Harold CaldweU, 820 E. Main, Maiden .. 

Truitt Beard, Box 191, Maiden _... 

Leroy Boggs, 515 Carolina Ave., Maiden 
Kenneth Sigmon, Rt. 2, Box 73, Catawba 

W. A. Lehmans, Rt. 5, Lincolnton 

Coyte Punch, Rt. 1, Maiden 

WiUiam E. Stroupe, Jr., Rt. 1, Alexis 

L. P. Gilleland, Rt. 1, Maiden 

Fred H. Lytton, Long Island 

Marvin Nantz, Iron Station 

Charlie Shook, 534 W. 15 St., Newton.. 

Vergil Beam, Rt. 1, Denver 

Jesse Seronce, Rt. 1, Vale 

Luther Yarbrough, Jr., Rt. 4, Lincolnton 



OF North Carolina 



287 











SANDY RUN 


— Continued 














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$ 


$ 4,962 

1,275 

653 

8,243 


$ 167 

100 

10 

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$ 5,129 


43. 










1,375 


44. 










11 
1.149 


663 


45. 


60 


74 


62 




8,959 


46. 


4 


7 


416 


308 


130 


103 


54 


44 




9.261 


1,733 


10,994 


47. 






83 
255 
385 


60 
115 
323 


















48. 


4 
4 


4 
20 


65 
120 


42 
90 


13 

24 






2,525 
13,757 


166 
1,146 


2,691 


49. 




2,113 


14,903 


50. 


4 


17 


447 


353 


78 


91 


106 


39 


1,132 


10,180 


6,762 


16,942 


51. 


4 
4 


20 
26 


364 

421 


223 
*409 


77 
192 


118 
125 


20 
96 






8,567 
12,577 


702 
1,862 


9,269 


62. 


15 


273 


14,439 


S3. 


2 
4 


9 
55 


154 
1.582 


97 
1,275 


42 
343 










998 
39,346 


62 
21,026 


1,060 


54. 


443 


250 


105 


5,318 


60,372 


55. 


4 


8 


291 


202 


113 


72 


35 




744 


8,016 


1,195 


9,211 


56. 


4 

4 




156 
173 


101 
203 












3,461 

8,885 


25 
2,078 


3,486 


57. 


75 


44 


65 


24 


423 


10,963 


58. 


4 


9 


368 


,349 


107 


91 


36 




428 


7,479 


1,249 


8,728 


59. 


4 


15 


407 


228 


135 


67 


30 


35 


160 


5,093 


573 


5.666 


60. 


4 
4 


2 
5 


208 
58 


193 
56 


102 
32 


69 


69 






8,781 
1,522 


650 
64 


9,431 


61. 




160 


1,586 














579 


19,077 


14.913 


5,350 


4,166 


2,887 


822 


$147,879 


$ 664,018 


1134,466 


$798,484 







SOUTH FORK 



4 


22 


219 


176 


129 


110 


36 


17 


$ 15,864 


4 


12 


163 


207 


96 




51 


9 


7,196 


4 


12 


154 


187 


72 


95 


30 


30 


7,712 


4 


28 


506 


556 


182 


138 


157 


43 


289 


4 


20 


108 


264 


119 


84 


15 




2,655 


4 


7 


96 


114 


72 


56 


40 


32 




2 


11 

7 
1 
8 
3 
4 


229 
110 
69 
105 
112 
208 


201 
134 

80 
130 

94 
210 




57 
67 








4 








4 


12 
15 


14 


955 


4 


54 


58 


4 




248 
1,215 


4 


76 


57 


28 




4 


14 
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46 
136 
270 


69 
143 
250 


46 
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290 


4 


82 

72 


13 

40 




4 




800 


2 


1 


247 


243 


115 




71 


28 


1,024 


4 


17 


101 


132 




56 


20 




57 


4 


3 
18 


91 
670 


119 

598 


56 
231 










4 


269 


197 


67 


2,136 


4 


3 


166 


231 


108 


43 


40 


12 


50 


4 


2 
15 


96 
108 


132 
216 


33 
120 


7 
62 








4 


16 


17 


15,177 


4 


8 


304 


273 


72 


79 


21 


26 


300 


4 


11 


327 


420 


118 


140 


80 


40 


562 


4 


30 


612 


632 


152 


217 


137 


70 


515 


4 


8 


122 


156 


63 


76 


18 


14 


225 


4 


9 
12 


89 
141 


120 
223 


93 

87 


56 
115 






1,128 

728 


4 


40 


41 


2 


14 


481 


564 


292 


176 


57 


36 


51 


2 


4 


120 


107 


41 




50 


19 


722 


'^ 


18 


236 
290 


217 
261 




59 
52 


20 
89 






4 


13 




4 


14 

4 


141 
141 


101 
156 


31 
55 


41 








2 


22 




1,171 


'^ 


2 
17 


30 

287 


42 

342 


30 
130 


'""162 


22 
83 






4 


54 


1,816 


4 


11 


255 


255 


191 


54 


116 







22,504 


$ 1,105 


13,848 


371 


18,460 


440 


22,785 


6,387 


9,600 


97 


3,999 


222 


2,995 


633 


4,277 


266 


4,562 


60 


3,549 


853 


3.794 


492 


9,139 


461 


961 


8 


5,089 


289 


8,963 


585 


7,124 


1,398 


2,319 


150 


2,112 


41 


36,828 


15,049 


6,977 


312 


2,757 


4 


24,727 


285 


9,207 


1.625 


9,935 


1,935 


30,926 


4,284 


4,575 


75 


4,560 


163 


5,258 


477 


5,401 


5,432 


3,430 


1,793 


4,868 


794 


6,181 


2,778 


3,182 


146 


4,016 


547 


1,101 


353 


11,867 


835 


7,610 


1,086 



23,609 
14,219 
18,900 
29,172 

9,697 

4,221 
3,628 
4,543 
4,622 
4,402 
4,286 
9,600 
969 
5,378 
9,548 
8,522 
2,469 

2,153 



51,877 

7,289 

2,761 

25,012 

10,832 

11,870 

35,210 

4.650 

4,723 

5,735 

10,833 

5,223 

5,662 

8,959 

3.328 

4,563 

1,454 

12,-702 



288 



Baptist State Convention 
SOUTH FORK — Continued 





Chtbches 


Pastok and Post Office 


Sunday School Sotebintendent 
AND Post Office 


ss 






Jack R. Kiser, Rt. 1, Lincolnton 


?Q 




G. T. Liner, Rt. 4, Lincolnton 


A. L. Baker, Rt. 4, Lincolnton 


40 




Ralph Harris, Rt. 3, Lincolnton 


Robert E. Hovis, Rt. 3, Lincolnton 


41 




Eddie F. Reynolds, Rt. 4, Lincolnton 


L. D. Hovle, Rt. 4, Lincolnton.. 




Totals 













SOUTH MOUNTAIN 



1. Abee's Chapel. 

2. Berea 



3. Beulah.... 



4. Carswell Memorial . 

5. Corinth 

6. Drowning Creek... 

7. Henry River 

S. Hildebran View 

9. Midway 

10. Mt. Calvary 

11. Mt. Gilead 

12. Mt. Hebron 

13. Mt. Vernon 

14. Mt.Zion 

15. Mull's Chapel 

16. Oak Ridge 

17. Olive Grove 

18. Philadelphia 



19. Pisgah 

20. Pleasant Grove 



21. Saint John's 

22. Saint Paul's 

23. Shoupe's Grove.. 

24. Smart's Grove... 

25. South Fork 

26. Walker's Chapel. 



27. Wilkie's Grove. 

28. ZionHill 

29. Zoar 



Totals - 



Mack Hodge, Bakersville 

W. N. Reece, Rt. 3, Box 146-A, Mor- 
ganton 



T. ■«'. Vanhorn, 139 26th St. N. W., 
Hickory 



B. B. Brooks, Mooresboro.. 

G. W. Lynch, Rt. 2, .Mills Spring 

J. \V. Grier, Rt. 2, Box 114, Granite Falls 

Lamont Mayes, Hildebran 

Ottas Cook, Rt. 1, Casar 

Grady McCurry, Hildebran 

Julius Hildebran, Rt. 4, Hickory 

Virgil Glover, Rt. 1, Casar 

Not elected 

Paul Crotts, Rt.3, Vale... 

R. T. Burger, 308 Martin St., Shelby 

J. E. Hoffman, Rt. 2, Vale. 

Ralph Berrv, Rt. 2, Connelly Springs 

Ray Caldwell, Rt. 3, Lincolnton 

C. G. Reece, China Grove 



Paul Ross, Casar 

John H. Smart, Rt. 1, Box 347, Connelly 

Springy 

Jason Stillwell, Rt. 4, Hickory 

W. L. Blanton, Rt. 1, Casar. 

Joe Richards, Icard 



Gordon Crump, Rt. 4, Hickory. . 
Floyd Beaver, Rt. 3, Lincolnton. 

Not elected 

J. E. Hoffman, Rt. 2, Vale 

Marshall Black, Crouse 



G. W. Abee, Rt. 1, Box 348, Connelly 
Springs 

Chas. Townsend, Rt. 1, Box 10, Connelly 
Springs 

L. E. Willis, Rt. 1, Box 253, Connelly 

Springs 

J. E. Lindsay, Rt. 4, Morganton 

Joe R. White, Rt. 1, Casar 

Roy E. Tucker, Box 225, Rhodhiss 

Clinton Lowman, Rt. 4, Box 870, Hickory 

Walter Hudson, Connelly Springs 

Les Wright, Rt. 2, Connelly Springs 

Clay Lail, Rt. 1, Connelly Springs 

Thomas Mull, Rt. 1, Connelly Springs 

J. M. Shell, Rt. 1, Box 57, Connelly Spgs. 

Blair Wesson, Rt. 2. Vale 

Coland Bridges, Rt. 1, Casar 

Clyde McClurd, Rostan St., Valdese 

Billy Evans, Rt. 2, Connelly Springs 

Ralph Parker, Rt. 1, Casar 

Billie Lowman, Rt. 1, Box 288, Connelly 

Springs 

J. C. Buff, Casar.. 

Santas Hudson, Rt. 1, Connelly Springs. 

Frank Houle, Rt. 1, Connelly Springs 

Marion Benfield, Rt. 1, Casar 

Burlon Lowman, Icard 

James Belle, 601 Martin St., Shelby 

Bobby Page, Hildebran 

Mackie Huffman, Rt. 4, Box 375, Mor- 
ganton 

Everette Wright, Rt. 4, Hickory 

W. M. Hudson, Rt. 1, Connelly Springs.. 
Lester Lail, Rt. 3, Lawndale 







SOUTH ROANOKE 


1. 

•7 


Aenon 

.\urora 


R. L. Collins, Rt. 1, Box 298-A, Elm City 


P. M. Collins, Rt. 1, Box 298-A, Elm City 


3. 
4 


.\yden 


W. H. Hollowell, E. 3rd St., Ayden 

Archie V. Jones, Belhaven. 

T. N. Cooper, Bethel 


John 0. W. Gravely, 817 W. 4th St., 
Ayden. .. 


5 


Bethel 




6. 

S. 
9 


Cedar Branch 

Cherry Chapel 

Chocowinity 


W. B. Harrington, Williamston 

Paul R. Waters, Washington 

Paul H. Russell. Box 71, Chocowinity 

John D. Davis, Fountain 

Robert T. Howard, Box 94, Elm City... 
John Tullock, Everetts 


L. F. Hollidav, Rt. 1, Jamesville 

Elbert Banks, Rt. 3, Washington 

W. J. Mills Rt. 1, Box 121, Grimesland. 
J. E. Eagles, Macclesfield 

Wiley T. Harrell, Rt. 2, Elm City. 


10 


Elm City. 


11 


Everetts- _ . 


Dearl Gurganus, Rt. 2, Williamston 


12. 


Farmville 


E. W. Holmes, 105 S. Green St., Farm- 
ville . 


Carl Beaman, Farmville 



OF North Carolina 



289 



SOUTH FORK — Continued 





















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91 
381 


122 
361 






16 
38 


6 
44 


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S 2,354 
13,208 


S 47 
2,038 


S 2,401 


39. 


116 


131 


15,246 


40. 


4 




62 


92 


42 








3,236 


4,550 


227 


4,777 


41. 


4 


12 


209 


223 


109 


120 


56 


45 


1,028 


13,614 


1,259 


14,873 




411 


8.329 


9.153 


3.186 


2,791 


1.646 


677 


1 68,828 


? 363,212 


S 55,402 


5418,614 









SOUTH MOUNTAIN 



1. 


2 

4 

4 
4 
2 
4 
4 
2 
4 
4 

4 
4 
2 
4 
4 

2 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 

4 
4 
2 


6 

29 

4 
4 
6 
8 
2 


170 

137 

130 
66 
166 
105 

207 


225 

210 

122 

51 

139 

98 

234 

55 

76 

63 

80 

184 

271 

179 

90 

289 

140 

69 
169 

125 
*123 

297 
230 
118 
126 

184 
155 
259 

82 


90 
143 
69 






61 

21 


S 

1,640 


S 9,223 

5,126 

1,907 
2,812 
2,304 
2,997 
6,671 


S 348 
780 

44 

188 

212 

320 

1,186 


$ 9,571 


2. 
3. 


112 


12 


5,906 
1,951 


4. 








1,713 


3,000 


5. 


54 
91 
121 








2,516 


6. 


52 
86 


20 
16 






3,317 


7. 

8. 




300 


7,857 


9. 
10. 


12 
1 

12 
6 

26 

34 
1 
3 
1 

8 

4 
8 

io 

9 

21 
3 
9 
5 


60 

43 

80 

170 

268 

198 

"""206 
233 

45 
166 

106 
97 
470 
217 
102 
91 

143 
166 
251 

78 




56 


25 




647 


3,301 
500 
2,478 
5,203 
6,816 
4,586 
3,672 
9,405 
4,027 

694 
6,420 

1,336 
2,931 
7,567 
7.530 
2,342 
5.074 

4,290 
6.826 
2,982 
2,314 


133 

45 
291 
1,259 
236 
245 
639 
115 

43 
770 

25 

240 
751 
834 
649 
284 

210 
512 
439 
112 


3,434 
500 


11. 


63 
68 
117 
105 
43 
102 
104 


111 
29 






1,907 


2,523 


12. 


30 
62 




5,494 


13. 
14. 




235 
1.594 


8,075 
4,822 


15. 








3,917 


16. 
17. 


55 


50 


40 


1,761 
1,094 


10,044 
4,142 


18. 








737 


19. 

20. 


125 


69 


66 


16 




7,190 
1,361 


21. 










568 
1,506 
1,230 


3,171 


22. 
23. 
24. 


130 
88 
60 
65 

85 
106 
101 

36 


"'""72 


44 
26 


16 
26 


8,318 
8,364 
2,991 


25. 


53 
'""'52 






1,013 
"'6 ^566 


5,358 


26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 


36 
12 
21 


25 
10 


4,o00 
7,338 
3,421 
2,426 
















232 


4,171 


4,443 


1,966 


747 


420 


215 


$ 21.208 


S 121,334 


S 10.910 


SI 32, 244 









SOUTH ROANOKE 



1. 


4 
3 


. 


120 
71 


112 

57 


65 
36 


52 
22 


30 

27 






S 


$ 415 
483 


? 415 


2. 




43 


1,526 


2,009 


3. 


4 


9 


305 


212 


73 




89 


74 


2,000 


8 801 


1,223 


10.024 


4. 


4 


3 


130 


96 


36 


12 


20 


21 


1,884 


•■.,706 


1,154 


7,860 


5. 


4 


3 


345 


306 


111 


48 


100 


41 


351 


8,076 


2,123 


10,199 


6. 


2 


5 


267 


183 


122 




66 




25 


2,961 


329 


3,290 


7. 


2 


3 


50 


50 


44 


20 


7 




48 


723 


146 


869 


8. 


4 


6 


189 


149 


84 




22 




1,461 


7,399 


252 


7,651 


9. 


3 


11 


137 


146 


61 


49 


55 


22 


714 


4,317 


725 


5,042 


10. 


4 


12 


210 


238 


108 


61 


83 




338 


7,859 


1,285 


9,144 


11. 


4 


3 


180 


77 


120 


24 


26 


12 


60 


3,384 


280 


3,664 


12. 


4 


7 


255 


309 


174 


52 


136 


42 


609 


8,811 


3.875 


12,686 



19 



290 



Baptist State Convention 
SOUTH ROANOKE— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sdndat School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



13. Fountain 

Greenville: 

14. Arlington Street- 

15. Immanuel 



16. Memcrial- 

17. Grifton 

18. Hamilton 

19. Jamesville-. 

20. Mildred 



21. New Hope 

22. Oak City 

23. Pactolus 

24. Pamlico 

25. Peaders Chapel. 



26. Pinetcps 

27. Pinetown 

28. Pinev Grove 

29. Pleasant Hope 

30. Plymcuth-Ludford 

Memorial 

31. Reddicks Grove 

32. Robersonville 

33. South Creek 

34. Speed 

35. Stantonsburg 

36. Stokes 

37. Tarboro: First 



38. Trinity 

39. Washington: First.. 

40. River View 



41. 
42. 



Second 

West End. 



43. Webb's Chapel 

44. Williamston: Mem'l 



45. West End-. 

46. Wilson: First. 



Five Points. 
Grace 



49. Winterville... 
Totals 



John D. Davis, Fountain L. P. Yelverton, Fountain 



Mark Owens, 2700 Sunset Ave., Greenville 
Irby B. Jackson, 612 E. 10th St., Green- 
ville 



Percy B. Upchurch, Box 738, Greenville. 

D. H. MeCoUough, Box 507, Grifton 

J. C. Brooks, Hamilton 

John M. Landon, Rt. 1, Jamesville 

Thomas R. Moore, 1205 Aycock St., 

Rocky Mount 

Glynn T. Hill, Rt. I.Wilson 

W. C. Medlin, Williamston 

Donald Allen Phillips, Pactolus 

J. T. Byrum, Belhaven 

C. Raymond Griffin, Tarboro Highway, 

Box 28, Rocky Mount 

Thos. W. McKneely, Pinetops 



W. B. Harrington, Rt. 1, Williamston 

S. H. Coward, 403 Dock St., Wilmington 



Paul B. Nickens, Plymouth 

Thermon L. Gritiin, Rt. 1, Williamston.. 

Ralph E. Ferguson, Robersonville 

John Nance, Box 6, Aurora 

Grady J. Haynes, Macon 

Joe R . Prince, Stantonsburg 

J. Neal Tolson, Wake Forest 

J. S. Larrimore, 1009 Panola St., Tarboro 



Stanley K. Howard, Box 146, Tarboro.. 

Earle J. Rogers, 209 College Avenue, 
Washington 



Walter S. Jones, 201 W. Olivere Street, 
Wake Forest _ 

Ray Frve, 333 E. 13th St., Washington.. 

C. Grady Nowell, 1010 W. Cabarrus St., 
Raleigh 



Thos. W. McKneely, Pinetops 

E. Gordon Conklin, 115 Lee St., William- 
ston 



W. C. Medlin, Williamston 

Clyde E. Baucom, Box 1455, Wilson 



J. L. Bryson, Box 3083, Wilson 

Marion T. Lineberger, 901 Grove Street, 
Wilson 



E. G. Cole, Box 105, Winterville. 



J. G. Gibbs, 2618 Sunset Ave., Greenville 

M. C. MacLeod, Jr., 125 N. Eastern St., 

Greenville 

Carlton Cozart, Lewis St., Greenville 

Sherwood AUcox, Box 408, Grifton 

D. G. Matthews, Jr., Hamilton 

V. B. Hairr, Jamesville 

S. W. Dail, Rt. 1, Box 220, Tarboro 

J. B. Moore, Rt. 1, Wilson 

Johnnie Sledge, Oak City 

Noel Lee, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 556, Washington 
Elmer C. Guthrie, Rt. 2, Belhaven 



Donald R. Taylor, Rt. 3, Tarboro 

Milton Carlton, Pinetops 

Raynor Waters, Rt. 1, Pinetown 

Hugh B. Griffin, Rt. 1, Williamston 

Clarence Garner, Jr., Rt. 3, Elm City 



M. W. Spruill, Plymouth 

Grady Goddard, Rt. 1, Williamston 

R. K. Adkins, Robersonville 

M. M. Midgette, Rt. 2, Box 130, Aurora 

Charlie Speed, Speed 

F. G. Rogers, Rt. 2, Stantonsburg 

A. D. Eakes, Stokes 

S. J. Bartholomew, 118 S. Fairview Dr., 

Tarboro 

Robert Sexton, Howard St., Extension, 

Tarboro 

Clarence B. Carowan, 215 E. 11th Street, 
Washington 

J. A. Wagoner, Rt. 3, Washington 

Merrill Daniels, N. Shores, Washington.. 

Alton G. Lewis, John Small Avenue, 
Washington 

Francis Webb, Rt. 3, Elm City 

C. Urbin Rogers, 305 Liberty Street, 
Williamston 

Joe Beach, Rt. 3, Williamston 

R. L. Stephenson, 304 N. Bynum Street, 
Wilson 

Edgar Norris, 1003 Woodrow St., Wilson 

Wistar Moore, Jr., 303 N. Kincaid Ave., 
Wilson 

Paul R. Hunsucker, Box 120, Winterville 







SOUTH SANDY CREEK 


1 




F. E. Deese, Aberdeen 

W. Ray Gosnell, Rt. 1, Aberdeen 

Claude Connell, West End 

C. V. Comer, Rt. 2, Seagrove 

James B. Cooper, Box 1890, Cameron 

C. A. Kirbv, Jr., Carthage ._ 


Robert Veasey, Aberdeen 


2. 
3 


Ashley Heights 


M. C. Almond, Rt. 1, Aberdeen 

S. E. Hanncn, Rt. 1, West End 


4 




Dewitt Purvis, Rt. 1, Carthage 


6. 
6. 

7 


Cameron 

Carthage 

Ephesus 

Flint Hill... 


Mack P. Trent, Box 240, Cameron 

Robert Myers, Carthage 

Joe Talley, Rt. 1, Sanford 


8 


W. K. Metters, Carthage 

W. Ray Gosnell, Rt. 1, Aberdeen 

James B. Cooper, Cameron 


John S. Marley, Rt. 2, Robbins 


9. 
10. 


Ives Memorial 

Lemon Springs 


Brady Brooks, Pinebluff 

W. E. Stanley, Rt. 6, Sanford 



OF North Carolina 
SOUTH ROANOKE— Continued 



291 





1 


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Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


3 

1=5 

_ D. 

|h 

E- 





13. 


2 


1 


118 


154 


66 


60 


54 


27 


% 769 


$ 9,380 


$ 2,582 


i 11,962 


14. 


4 


11 


62 


142 


101 


68 


64 




6.970 


10,633 


894 


11,527 


15. 


4 


11 


499 


501 


137 


114 


203 


78 


549 


23,904 


8,958 


32,862 


16. 


4 


13 


705 


715 


124 


66 


219 




9,68C 


27,093 


11.192 


38,285 


17. 


4 


9 


135 


206 


89 


100 


82 


20 


15C 


8,734 


521 


9,255 


18. 


4 


6 


285 


186 


128 


77 


83 


10 


87S 


7,228 


2,380 


9,608 


19. 


2 
4 


8 
23 


78 
110 


80 

108 


90 

78 




19 

10 






3,422 
4,248 


262 
450 


3,684 


20. 




75 


4,698 


21. 


4 


16 


288 


279 


114 


83 


94 


43 


3,631 


14,075 


1,749 


15,824 


22. 


2 


10 


179 


185 


112 




81 




620 


4,703 


813 


5,516 


23. 


4 


1 


133 


112 


61 


39 


29 




5,102 


8,870 


657 


9,527 


24. 


4 


12 


39 


56 


65 


13 


35 


/ 


8 


907 


78 


985 


25. 


4 
4 


12 

8 


196 
209 


126 
300 


111 
118 


""l\ 


14 
116 






7,604 
4,966 


146 

1,858 


7,750 


26. 


26 




6,824 


27. 


2 


5 


71 


64 


44 


36 


15 




72 


1,576 


313 


1.889 


28. 


2 
2 


9 

1 


197 
143 


200 
116 


76 
55 




30 

72 






6,276 
3,572 


500 
342 


6,776 


29. 


10 


1,671 


3,914 


30. 


4 


8 


512 


386 


161 


35 


172 


25 


34.769 


49,855 


4,306 


54,161 


31. 


2 


1 


121 


116 


58 




30 


13 




1,154 


327 


1.481 


32. 


4 


29 


665 


424 


104 


45 


154 


78 




11,780 


3,297 


15,077 


33. 


2 


7 


65 


41 


40 


10 


13 




272 


497 


90 


587 


34. 


2 
4 


'"""14 


73 
260 


89 
212 


45 
109 


'"""49 


25 
40 






1,569 
3,525 


195 

879 


1,764 


35. 


33 




4,404 


36. 


2 




69 


75 


50 




36 




405 


1,493 


164 


1,657 


37. 


4 


19 


688 


511 


143 


66 


192 


90 


587 


21,744 


5,616 


27,360 


38. 


4 


35 


287 


366 


187 


113 


98 


41 


500 


12,045 


1,983 


14,028 


39. 


4 


22 


690 


530 


115 


88 


204 


51 


5,357 


33,111 


5,022 


38,133 


40. 


2 


3 


71 


72 


38 


40 


26 




1,063 


3,345 


20 


3,365 


41. 


4 


7 


80 


168 


102 


35 


41 


15 


60 


4,971 


307 


5,278 


42. 


4 


8 


40 


105 


72 




40 


10 


585 


1,565 


45 


1,610 


43. 


4 


3 


181 


188 


80 


43 


70 


19 


1,738 


4,214 


798 


5,012 


44. 


4 


22 


508 


501 


136 


93 


250 


32 


58,568 


84,389 


9,725 


94,114 


45. 


4 


1 


131 


205 


95 


60 


49 




394 


3,920 


520 


4,440 


46. 


4 


30 


1,159 


1,311 


297 


300 


315 


60 


6,088 


65,224 


19,617 


84,841 


47. 


4 

4 


10 
9 


710 
144 


426 
242 


327 
145 


71 

48 


175 
98 






8,873 
8,494 


1,077 
1,183 


9,950 


48. 


44 


346 


9,677 


49. 


4 


8 


264 


228 


94 




98 


41 


2,209 


13,269 


3,143 


16.412 




455ll2,424l 


11,661 


4,991 


2,163 


4,007 


985 


$150,650 


$ 542,791 


S104,299 


1647,090 

















SOUTH 


SANDY 


CREEK 








1. 


4 


47 


459 


424 


138 


137 


116 


46 


$ 23,310 


J 49,563 


$ 4,747 


% 54,310 


2. 


4 


4 


207 


179 


86 




27 




1,177 


4,807 


917 


5,724 


3. 


4 


4 


277 


200 


68 


40 


58 




194 


4,733 


1,400 


6,133 


4. 


2 


7 


114 


197 




69 


21 




1,339 


2,917 


230 


3,147 


5. 


4 


7 


227 


185 


99 


51 


100 




145 


6,099 


1,415 


7,514 


6. 


4 


6 


336 


300 


151 


20 


109 




2,141 


12,514 


2,528 


15,042 


7. 


1 


6 


87 


230 


129 


48 


19 




15 


1,556 


198 


1,754 


8. 


4 


4 


112 


138 


56 




17 




456 


3,319 


552 


3,871 


9. 


4 


7 


146 


140 


58 


27 


29 




1,624 


5,323 


631 


5,954 


10, 


3 


8 


127 


124 


65 


18 


49 






2,221 


544 


2,765 



292 Baptist State Convention 

SOUTH SANDY CREEK— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



11. New Home 

12. Pine Grove 

13. Piney Woods 

14. Red Branch 

15. Robbins 

16. Rosendale 

17. Sandy Branch 

18. Southern Pines 



19. Summer Hill 

20. Taylor Memorial 

21. Unity Grove 

22. Vass 

23'. West EVd"" (Members 

Totals 



J. L. Weatherman, Mt. Airy. 



C. T. Grey, Rt. 1, Fuquay Springs 

W. K. Metters, Carthage 

E. T. Parham, Robbins 

Lester English, Rockingham 

D. E. Frye, Rt. 1, Carthage 

Maynard Mangum, 260 S. Ash Street, 

Southern Pines 

William F. Hancock, Robbins 

J. C. Haliburton, West End 



hip applied for'', (Statistics included in Mo 



Rex Morgan, Rt. 1, Cameron 

Arthur Underwood, Rt. 1, Robbins- 
George W. Lane, Rt. 1, Cameron... 

B. R. Deese, Rt. 2, Carthage 

R. W. McLeod, Robbins 



H. C. Edwards, Rt. 2, Cameron. 



W. S. Tomasson, Box 809, Southern Pines 

William Hill, Carthage 

M. L. Smith, Rt. 1, Jackson Springs 

T. G. Cheek, Rt. 1, Robbins 

Lacy McRae, Rt. 3, Carthage 

ntgomery association) 



SOUTH YADKIN 



1. Advance 

2. Berea 

3. Bethel 

4. Beulah 

5. Cleveland 

6. Community 

7. Cooleemee: First.* 

8. North 

9. Cornatzer 

10. Eastons 



11. Farmington 

12. Fern Hill 

13. Fork 

14. Harmony 

15. I James Cross Roads 

16. Jerusalem 

17. Mocksville, First 

18. Monticello 

19. Mooresville: Cascade 



20. Fairview. 

21. First 



22. Southside. 



23. New Bethany. 

24. New Hope 



25. Ostwalt 

26. Shady Grove 

27. Society 

28. South River 

Statesville: 

29. Cochran Street. 

30. Diamond Hill.. 



East Side 

Fairview 

First 

Front Street 

Goldsboro Avenue. 



36. Welcome. 



C. E. Crawford, Advance 

Geter R. Porch, Rt. 2, Mooresville 

Harvie Brewington, Rt. 3, Statesville 

C. K. Herrin, Rt. 6, Statesville 

No pastor 

Roljert Spry, Sr., Rt. 3, China Grove... 

Gerald Naylor, Cooleemee 

H. L. Walters, Cooleemee 



J. Wallace Owens, Rt. 2, Mocksville. 



C. E. Crawford, Advance 

Bruce Mathis, P 0. Box 104, Troutman 

A. M. Kiser, Rt. 3, Mocksville 

William Kimberlin, Harmony 

John McDaniels, Winston-Salem 

E. W. Sellers, Rt. 4, Mocksville 

J. P. Davis, Mocksville 

Thomas Sherrill, Rt 8, Statesville 

D. R. Kerley, 918 S. Juniper St., Kan- 
napolis 

R. L. Ferguson, Rt. 1, Concord 

W. E. Spears, Jr., Box 419, Mooresville.. 

Paul Brock, 538 S. Academy St., Moores- 
ville 

Wayne Riddle, Rt. 6, Box 348, Statesville 
No pastor 



Fred H. Martin, Bex 73, Troutman 

E. L. Childers, Rt. 1, Mooresville 

W. H. Lippard, Rt. 1, Mocksville 

Lewis W. Williams, Rt. 2, Statesville 

Lester Beckham, Rt. 2, Statesville 

Boyce G. Coates, 656 Salisbury Road, 
Statesville 



Clyde Settle, Rt. 4, Statesville 

R. D. Gregg, Rt. 5, Statesville ._._ 

John Sykes, Brookdale Dr., Statesville. 
C. C. Holland, W. End Ave., Statesville. 
Sidney Norton, Stony Point 



W. B. Rimmer, Troutman. 



W. T. Burton, Rt. 2, Advance. 

Paul Lambert, Rt. 2, Mooresville 

Dalmas Brown, Troutman 

J. C. Wooten, P. 0. Box 629, Statesville . 

Clay Talbert, Rt. 1, Mount Ulla 

Boyd Anderson, Rt. 1, Mooresville 

David Page, P. 0. Box 494, Cooleemee. .. 

James Phillips, M ocksville 

Theodore Shoof, Rt. 3, Mocksville 

Wayne Ferebee, 812 N. Main Street, 

Mocksville 

J. C. White, Rt. 3, Mocksville 

G. J. Estes, Rt. 1, Troutman 

R. L. Seaford, Rt. 2, Advance 

C. B. Reavis, Harmony 

T. A. Blackwelder, Jr., Rt. 2, Mocksville. 

Jack Johnson, Mocksville 

Oren Heffner, Mocksville 

Harold Fulp, Rt. 8, Statesville 

Paul Beam, Rt. 3, Mooresville 

M. K. Overcash, Rt. 2, Mooresville 

Ralph MiUsaps, Jr., Statesville Highway, 
Mooresville .. 

Tate L. Cruse, Rt. 2, Mooresville 

Kermit Templeton, Rt. 3, Statesville 

Harvey L. CranfiU, 767 N. Mulberry Ext., 

Statesville 

Bristol Rash, Rt. 1, Troutman 

Roy Pierce, 133 Maple St., Mooresville .. 

Paul Gartner, Rt. 1, Statesville 

W. C. Weston, Rt. 2, Statesville 

R. L. MiUsaps, 120 Wilmington Ave., 
Statesville 

W. S. Caudle, Jr., 210 Cowles St., States- 
ville 

Roy Bowlin, Rt. 7, Statesville 

J. P. Watts, 320 Bingham St., Statesville 

C. C. Fox, 120 S. Elm St., Statesville 

Harlan Lackey, W. End Ave., Statesville 
J. H. Edwards, 509 Armfield St., States- 
ville 

E. P. Burdette, 536 Cochran, St. States- 
ville 



OF North Carolina 



293 



SOUTH SANDY CREEK— Continued 





















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$ 


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1,866; 20 
2.754 92 
3,748 395 


$ 2,974 


12. 




18 




81 


1,886 


13. 






2,846 


U. 


190 


201 


112 




28 




171 


4,143 


15. 


4 


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275 


2751 


108 


81 


83 




75 


11,184 


1,964 


12,148 


16. 






*80 


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10 
4,904 


10 


17. 


3 
4 


17 


42 49 
i 
444 359 










2.100 
281 


2,295 
16,721 


2.302 


18. 


110 


115 


165 


45 


21,625 


19. 


2 


14 


292 


285 


179 


285 


38 




225 


3,140 


766 1 


3,906 


20. 


4 


2 


120 


102 


61 




22 




317' 


2.606; 


443' 


3,049 


21. 


4 


2 


53 


76 


56 




16 


13 


5, 451] 


8,081 


14li 


8,222 


22. 


4 


4 


130 


115 


50 




38 




44 


7,967 


844, 


8,811 


23. 


































1 












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164 


4.286 


4,114 


1,608. 


891 


953 


104 


$ 39,1461$ 156,302 


S 22,834' 


$179,136 













SOUTH YADKIN 



4 


2 


66 


127! 


4 


12 


303 


277 


4 


35 


473 


465 i 


4 


2( 


315 


332 


4 


£ 


206 


215 


4 




50 


71 


4 


28 


606 


594, 


4 


14 
2 


139 
129 


179 


4 


179 


2 


3 


261 


143 


4 


5 


128 


90 


4 


8 


161 


103 


4 





418 


389 


4 






179 


4 


4 


143 


158 


4 


8 


172 


160 


4 


18 


449 


499 


4 


12 


157 


209 


4 


4 


29 


34 


4 




51 


65 


4 


56 


848 


699 


4 


45 


714 


709 


4 


15 


249 


183 


4 




80 


96 


4 


1 


60 


103 


4 


8 


83 


112 


4 


8 


184 


166 


4 


9 


171 


210 


4 


26 


261 


407 


4 


20 


610 


651 


4 


10 


115 


191 


4 


4 


107 


125 


4 


46 


959 


888 


4 


27 


1,000 


1.061 


4 


2 


43 


87 


4 


18 


104 


150 



117 
1831 
159 
108 



85 

65 
60 

76 1 
158 
146! 

54 
107 
178 
119 

59 
39 

230 

233 



131 

120 

121 
102 
7'' 
307 
323 

90 

58 



20, 
135 

178 
120 
66' 



170 



110 



49 
238 
211 

51 

79. 



32 
91 

50 
41 
20 
109 
22 



24 
18 
16 
113 
53 



21 
130 
59 



120 



24 
344 
158 

20 

26 



16;$ 

67 



701; 
4311 



174 
461 
8,254 
194 
41 



683 1 
23,4061 
11,154 

150 

340 
332 



20,921 



926 
320 



8,286 



5,000 

192 

1,133 

90,565 

8,385 



2,8.35 
11,289 
13,055 
12,942 
7.906 
2,149 
21,615 
6,270' 
7,632j 

1,720 
2,234 
4,021 
43,264 
15,511 
1,919| 



215$ 
1,472; 
6,310; 



956 
538 
187 
1,527 
2,127 
147 



4,4U9 
10.1.37 
6;S69 


414 
5.779 
1,057 


1,440 
1,762 


120 
4 


56,522 


8,544 


33,784 
6,942 


4,677 
596 


2,025 
1,498 
4,562 
1,383 
14,103 


821 

418 

227 

1,937 

2,464 


4,400 


60 


20,567 

5,365 

6,296 

69,067 

31,051 


3,825 
66 

785 

21,498 

8,840 


2,032 


280 


7,749 


184 



3,050 
12,761 
19,. 365 
14,827 
9,510 
2,375 
24,888 
6,360 
7,790 

2,676 

2,772 

4,208 

44,791 

17,638 

2,066 

4,823 

15,916 

7; 926 

1,560 
1,766 

65,066 

38,461 
7,538 

2.846 
1,916 
4,799 
3,320 
16,567 



4,460 

24,392 

5,431 

7,081 

90,565 

39,891 

2.312 

7,933 



294 



Baptist State Convention 
SOUTH YADKIN— Continued 



CHrSCHES 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



37. Western Avenue. .- 


Wendell G. Davis, 255 W. Race Street, 






V, S F.llintt, T?t, 1 , Trniitman , 


- Statesville 


39. Turrentine 




Sam CranfiU, Salisbury St., Mocksville 


40. VaHkin 


Sidney Grimes, Rt. 2, Statesville 


F. A. Safriet, Rt. 8, Statesville 


41. Eufola Mission 




42. Faith Mission 

Tctals- 


Included in mother church (.Western 


Ave.) 









STANLY 



1. Albemarle: Fairview. 



2. First-. 

3. Grace. 



North 

Oak Grove 

South.. 

West 

Williams Street... 



9. .\nderson Grove. 



10. Antioch 

11. Aquadale 

12. Badin 

13. Barbee's Grove. -- 

14. Bethel 

15. Bethlehem 

16. Big Lick 

17. Calvary 

18. Canton. 

19. Centerview .. 

20. Cotton\-ille 

21. Dunn's Grove 

22. Highland 

23. Kendall's 

24. Kinza 

25. Lake View 

26. Locust 

27. Mineral Springs.. 

28. .Mission 

29. Mountain View.. 



30. New London, First. 

31. Norwood 

32. Oakboro: First 

33. West..- 

34. Palmerville 

35. Parker Memorial 

36. Paul's Crossing 

37. Philadelphia 

38. Pleasant Grove..-. 

39. Plyler.-.- 

40. Poplin's Grove 

41. Porter 

42. Prospect 

43. Red Cross 

44. Richfield 

45. Silver Springs . 

46. Stanfield 

47. L'nion Grove 



Totals. 



R. Conley James, 316 Moss Springs Rd., 

.\1 be marie 

T. L. Cashwell, Jr., .\lbemarle 

C. R. Hinton, 640 Edgemont St., Albe- 
marle 



L. A. Calder, Bo.\ 947, .\lbemarle 

J. C. Bennett, Wiscassett St., .Albemarle. 
W. Shellv Caudle, Rt. 1, .Albemarle.... 
Hovle T. Allred. 933 MUls St., Albemarle 
D. C. Watkins, 1311 Old Charlotte Rd., 
Albemarle 



R. A. Smith, Rt. 2, Norwood 

Frank L. Perry, Jr., Badin 

Allred N. Huneycutt, Oakboro 

E. J. Huneycutt. Box 747, .Albemarle 

J. W. .\ustin, Oakboro 

J. D. Tucker, Oakboro 

L B. Hopkins. Rt. 1, Box 248, Albemarle. 

0. H. Bolch, Rt. 4, .memarle 

E. J. Honeycutt, Box 747, .\lbemarle... 

C. V. Comer, Seagrove 

Roy W. .Mull, Rt. 2, .Mbemarle.. 

E. C. Roach, New London 

S. D.Baker, Rt. 1, New London 

L. A. Faulkenburv, Rt. 2, Stanfield 

David L. Giffin, Box 61, Richfield 

J. W. Loy, Jr., Box 386, Locust 

J. E. Kirk (Supply), Rt. 2, New London. 

C. C. Burris, Wingate 

Dewey R. .Mmcnd (Supply), Rt. 2, Albe- 
marle 

Thurman W. .\llred. Box 44, New London 

George L. Hocutt, Box 235, Norwood 

J. Llovd Maunev, Oakbcro 

W. H. Stogner, Rt. 1, Oakboro 

Dwight H. Ives, Wingate 

George A. Honevcutt, Box 46, Richfield 

J. G. .Wridge, Rt. 2. Stanfield 

David F. Morrow, Wake Forest 

Macon Green, Rt. 1, Oakboro 

Sam J. Lesley, Rt. 3, Albemarle.. 

Banks W. Mullis, Rt. 4. .\lbemarle 

F. H. Hopkins. Rt. 2, Norwood 

M. W. Stallings, Rt. 1, New London 

George Huggins, Marshville 

A. R. Waisner, Richfield 

Vernon T. Helms, Monroe 

J. H. Connell, Rt. 2, Stanfield... 

Alfred N. Honeycutt, Rt. 1, Oakboro.. 



J. A. Hopkins, 606 Ridge St., Albemarle . 
Oron J. Rogers, Box 668, Albemarle 

Earl Hagans, 612 Montgomery Avenue, 
.Mbe marie 

Cradv Shuppin. Rt. 1, Albemarle 

M. D. Little, 1210 Walnut St., Albemarle 

Tommie 0. Treece, Rt. 1, Albemarle 

Dewey D. Treece, Box 225, Albemarle.. 

J. W. Bailey, 619 N. Second St., Albemarle 
J. A. Fesperman, 1209Freeman Avenue, 

Albemarle 

Bobby Walker, Richfield 

J. Cecil Hopkins, Rt. 2, Norwood 

Paul \. Emmons, Badin 

Llovd Whitley, Rt. 1, Oakboro 

Edward Hatley, Rt. 1, Oakboro 

James A. Rice, Rt. 2, Norwood 

Kenneth Huneycutt, Rt. 2, Stanfield 

George Cagle, Rt. 1, Albemarle 

Carroll .Almond, Rt. 4, .Albemarle 

J. Paul Bowers, Box 1409, Albemarle 

C. W. Harwood, 1038 Wood St., .Albemarle 
J. B. Austin, P. 0. Box 1108, .-Ubemarle . 

G. M. Isenhour, Jr., New London 

Boyce Caudle, Richfield 

Man'in E. Carriker, Rt. 2, Stanfield 

Jennings Whitley, Rt. 3, Albemarle 

Marcus Carriker, Box 187, Locust 

Morgan Tucker, Oakboro 

Ralph Little, Rt. 1, Oakboro 

Dewey R. Almond, Rt. 2, Albemarle 

-Arthur C. Burris, Box 17, New London.. 

C. G. Goodman, Norwood 

Norman Maples, Oakboro 

J. W. McLester, Rt. 1, Oakboro 

J. C. Meigs, Badin 

Hugh Shank, Richfield 

Richard Smith, Rt. 1, New London 

W. Homer Morgan, Rt. 2, Stanfield 

Eddie Lee, Rt. 1, Oakboro 

L. M. Eudv, Rt. 3, Albemarle 

E. T. Vanhov, Rt. 4, .Albemarle 

H. B. Hopkins, Rt. 1, Albemarle 

Wvman Morris, New London 

T.'J. Lee, Oakboro 

P. E. Miller, Jr., Rt. 1, Richfield 

W. H. Cagle, Rt. 2, Norwood 

B. G. Furr. Stanfield 

Lonnie Whitley, Rt. 3, Albemarle 



OF North Carolina 



295 



SOUTH YADKIN— Continued 





















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(Includi 
Pastor's 

Salary) 


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37. 


4 


50 


859 


969 


349 


191 


261 


99 


S 250 


$ 27,485 


$ 16,132 


1 43,617 


38. 


4 


11 


324 


380 


144 


111 


122 


35 


272 


11,146 


2.974 


14,120 


39. 


4 
4 


7 


253 
56 


260 

81 


149 
66 


72 

48 


76 
41 






8.745 
3,845 


841 
248 


9.586 


40. 




745 


4,093 


41. 


























42. 






















































545 


11,336 


11 996 


4,899 


3,213 


2,511 


878 


1183,166 


$ 497,546 


$103,506 


S601 052 













STANLY 



1. 


4 


19 


309 


341 


130 


72 


102 


46 


$ 220 


9,371 


$ 2,016 


$ 11.387 


2. 


4 


22 


909 


836 


196 


158 


287 


85 


500 


57,951 


16,206 


74,157 


3. 


4 


31 


525 


693 


182 


121 


162 


102 


66,495 


79,222 


3,649 


82,871 


4. 


4 


26 


486 


444 


202 


139 


158 


70 


1,202 


23,056 


3,276 


26.332 


5. 


4 
4 


1 


384 
208 


213 
202 


115 
81 


'"'"95 


32 
35 






6,796 
9,075 


572 
729 


7,368 


6. 


21 


600 


9,804 


7. 


4 


24 


923 


810 


284 


217 


260 


70 


4,004 


6,065 


13,273 


19,338 


8. 


4 


6 


128 


103 


44 




22 


22 




5,233 


163 


5,396 


9. 


4 


9 


452 


443 


138 


162 


70 


45 




20,378 


2,669 


23,047 


10. 


4 




71 


64 


36 




18 




222 


1,532 


44 


1,576 


11. 


4 


10 


247 


243 


92 


32 


64 




675 


5,561 


628 


6,189 


12. 


4 


10 


44f 


326 


110 


59 


106 


126 


461 


16,057 


4,899 


20,956 


13. 


4 


2 


HE 


139 


70 




25 


26 


153 


1,562 


183 


1,745 


14. 


2 


13 


\%\ 


164 


82 




48 


5 


1,147 


3,916 


626 


4,542 


15. 


4 
4 


3 
24 


96 
185 


110 
159 


45 
69 










1,943 
5,880 


140 
542 


2.083 


16. 


81 


61 


35 


710 


6,422 


17. 


4 


7 


64 


74 


52 




36 




1,355 


6,535 


162 


6,697 


18. 


4 


7 


451 


427 


154 




78 


61 


485 


7,814 


1,202 


9,016 


19. 


4 


14 


148 


217 


117 


73 


61 


38 


498 


8,771 


446 


9,217 


20. 


2 


4 


119 


149 


85 




19 




298 


2,007 


138 


2,145 


21. 


4 
4 


""ii 


69 
138 


86 
214 


47 
100 










4,2.36 
12,670 


12 

922 


4,248 


22. 


104 


81 


63 


140 


13,592 


23. 


4 




163 


181 


68 


63 


66 




2,884 


8,640 


1,173 


9,813 


24. 


4 


9 


237 


270 


125 


65 


30 


12 


7,776 


12,451 


194 


12,645 


25. 


4 


11 


92 


158 


87 


47 


44 


15 


197 


4,865 


137 


5,002 


26. 


4 


12 


253 


374 


164 




84 


35 


485 


10,448 


1,194 


11,642 


27. 


2 


i 


204 


131 


70 




17 




1,786 


4,237 


280 


4,517 


28. 


4 


6 


197 


173 


79 


59 


28 


31 




16,925 


1,166 


18,091 


29. 


4 
4 


23 

1 


136 
170 


165 
155 


129 
71 


68 
80 






493 


5,914 
6,086 


58 
1,162 


5,972 


30. 


60 


39 


7,248 


31. 


4 


9 


573 


555 


158 


70 


129 


10 




6,693 


1,813 


8,506 


32. 


4 


17 


323 


316 


150 


83 


94 


52 


66 


13,140 


2,287 


15,427 


33. 


4 
2 


7 


172 
61 


156 
54 


87 
21 


55 


14 
19 






3,958 
6,996 


317 
1,642 


4,275 


34. 




5,664 


8,638 


35. 


4 
4 


5 

4 


87 
114 


70 
132 


75 
50 




15 
15 






3,352 
1,930 


160 


3.352 


36. 


30 




2,090 


37. 


4 


31 


259 


243 


104 




35 


38 


245 


6,228 


867 


7,095 


38. 


4 


15 


366 


470 


186 


152 


86 


68 


201 


10,069 


1,450 


11,519 


39. 


4 


16 


286 


213 


73 




60 


24 




5,536 


607 


6.143 


40. 


4 


2 


191 


229 


78 




56 


42 


3,015 


7,034 


324 


7,358 


41. 


4 


3 


178 


250 


91 


80 


38 


11 


41 


6,746 


613 


7,359 


42. 


4 


7 


316 


370 


131 


127 


84 


51 


321 


13,421 


2,412 


15.833 


43. 


4 


15 


125 


140 


91 


63 


13 


26 




4,596 


274 


4,870 


44. 


4 




81 


98 


44 


46 


25 


20 


21 


4.225 


1,101 


5,326 


45. 


4 


5 


389 


288 


79 




55 




14,212 


20,140 


951 


21,091 


46. 


4 


1 


87 


120 


48 


39 


11 




10,216 


13,079 


84 


13,923 


47. 


4 


11 
467 


215 

11,938 


162 


96 




54 






3,104 


408 


3,512 












11,930 


4,786 


2.410 


2,857 


1,319 


5126,788 


$ 495,444 


% 73,931 


'5693 75 









296 



Baptist State Convention 
STONE MOUNTAIN 



Churches 


Pastor and Post Office 


Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 


1. 

? 


Baptist Home 

Benham. . 


James E. Revis, Rt. 1, X. Wilkesboro 


Gwvn Caudill, Rt. 1, X. WUkesboro 

C. B. Settle, Rt. 2, Elkin 


3 


Bethel... 


A. B. Pruitt, X. \\ilkesboro 

Muneie Absher, Rt. 1, X. Wilkesboro 


M. A. Miller, Hays 


4 


Chestnut Grove 

DeHart 


Connie Havnes, Rt. 1, Wilbar . 


S 


P. E. Sebastian,' McGrady.. 


fi 


Elk Spur 










Wayne Hendren, Rt. 2, Moravian Falls.. 


Odell Jones, Rr. 1, X. Wilkesboro 


8 


Flint Hill 




9 


Hay Meadow 

Knobbs 


Dean Dillard, McGrady 




in 






11 


Maple Grove 

Mt. Pisgah 






!•' 




L. G. Billings, Rt. 1, Box 198, Traphill .. 
Rufus A. Cain, Rt. 1, Wilbar... 


IS 


Mt. Zion 


Edd Hayes, Rt. 1, X. Wilkesboro 

Hunter Church, Rt. 4, X. Wilkesboro 


14. 

15, 


Mountain Valley 

Mountain View 


Gwi'u Hayes, Rt. 1, Box 137, Wilbar 


16 


H. E. Blevins, Hays.. 


Clifton Prevette, Rt. 1, Box 145, Roaring 
River 

Howard M. Griffin, Wilbar 


17 


Oak Grove 




IS 


Oak Ridge--. . 


Bill L. Pruitt, Hays 




19 


Piney Grove 

Pleasant Ridge 

Pleasant View 

Roaring Gap 

Rock Springs 

Stony Ridge 

Trap Hill.. 


Ernest Blevins, Ha vs. . . 


Claude Bowers, Havs 


?.o. 


J. L. Powers, 778 Elk Spur Street, Elkin. 
W. H. CaldweU, X. Wilkesboro 


B. W. Carter, State Road... 


?1 




?? 


H.E. Blevins, Havs-- 




23. 

?4 


Richard Bvrd, Rt. 1, X. Wilkesboro 

L. E. Sparks, Traphill 


J. E. Key, McGradv 

G. B. Crabbs. Traphill... 


?.5 


H. L. Martin, Elkin 




?fi 


Union.. . 


A. W. EUer, Purlear 

Major Caudill, McGradv 


Odell Whittington, Wilbar . 




Walnut Cove 

Totals... 


Everette Hanks, X. Wilkesboro.. 

















STONY FORK 



1 


Bailey's Camp 

Boone's Fork 

Doe Ridge 




L. 0. Tolbert, Blowing Rock 


?. 




J. Merritt Coffey, Blowing Rock . _ 


3 




Kenneth Brown, Zionville . . . 


4 




W. T. Braekett, Rutherford College 




5 


Lavtown 




fi 


Long Ridge.. 


G. H. Dellinger, Rt. 3, Xewland 


Ronald Woody, Jonas Ridge. 




Mt. Ephriam 

Mt. Paron 


Ben Triplett, Rt. 2, Wilkesboro . 


Lonnie Carlton, Triplett. .. 


8 






q 






Winifred Hampton, Blowing Rock. 


10 


Mt. View... 






11 


Xew Hopewell 

Rock Springs 

Rock View 


W. T. Braekett, Rutherford College 




1? 




1.3 




Clvde Robbins, Ferguson. 


14 


SandvFlat... 






15 




C.J. HeltOT, Hudson 


Jefferv Shook, Rt. 1, Banner Elk 


16 


Yellow Hill 


Coy X. Church, Rt. 1, Purlear 



















SURRY 



1 


Albion 


J. A. Xance, Mt. Airy 

Clarence Marshall, Wytheville, Va 

J. A. Crews, Rt. 1, Mt. Airy... 

D. D.Hodges, Rt. 3, Mt. Airy 

R. L. Wilson, Toast 

David Cockerham, Rt. 2, Elkin 

Tommy Luff man, Jonesville 

Joseph Bowman, Ararat, Va 

Glenn Dobbins, Elkin 

Wm. D. Martin, Dobson 


Robah George, Pinnacle 

Jimmy Robert, Rt. 3, Mt. Airy 

Donald Xorman, Rt. 1, Mt. Airy 

Lacy DoUvhigh, Rt. 4, Mt. Airy 




2 


Antioch 




3. 
4 


Bannertown 

Blue's Grove 


... 


5 


Woltz Stone, Toast 

Jasper R. Cave, Rt. 1, Dobson.. 




6. 

7 


Central View 

Community 

Copeland 

Cross Roads 

Dobson 


— 


8. 
9. 
10. 


Orville Bledsoe, Dobson 

Alex Hiatt, Rt. 1, Dobson 

R. B, Blackwelder, Dobson 


::: 



OF North Carolina 
STONE MOUNTAIN 



297 







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0, 

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ll 
SB 

>.'o 


1-1 

> 


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^ 

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Ms 

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Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


3 


C 


1. 

2 


4 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
1 
2 
2 
2 

1 


29 

2 

22 
9 

9 

12 
14 
2 
8 
9 

'"'26 
1 

3 


335 
224 
168 
103 
152 

61 
495 
209 
200 
135 
217 
116 

66 
172 
151 

136 
•12 
254 
128 
216 
212 
190 
175 
110 
82 
152 
206 


341 
193 
129 
80 
60 
36 
285 
170 
110 
142 
145 
131 
33 
133 
189 

80 
19 

115 
52 

199 

212 
93 
95 
84 
60 

109 
47 


153 
83 
42 
63 


125 

88 


47 


27 


% 


$ 5,358 

3,031 

1,892 

942 

390 

147 

49,976 

2.123 

1,512 

1,369 

6,107 

610 

381 

2,400 

4,507 

2,029 

*75 

1,704 

1,577 

4,864 

3,050 

3,930 

1,800 

718 

4,623 

2,808 

751 


$ 568 

225 

108 

32 

5 

5 

658 

2 

69 

81 

453 

70 

13 

141 

434 

89 

52 
25 
702 
882 
173 
68 
62 
95 
172 
31 


% 5,926 
3,256 


3. 








2,000 


4. 










974 


5 








191 


395 


6. 










152 


s! 


134 


74 


54 




39,475 

1,484 

600 

730 

530 


50,634 
2,125 


9. 


90 
40 
111 








1.581 


10 


51 






1,450 


11. 
12 


15 


17 


6,560 
680 


13. 


40 
64 
110 










394 


14. 


48 








2,541 


15. 






9,500 
720 


4,941 
2 118 


16. 








17. 










*75 


18. 


2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 


8 
9 
3 
9 

8 

15 
5 


56 
20 
89 
140 
85 
52 
20 
87 
57 








651 


1,756 


19 








1,602 


20. 
21 


101 


24 




215 


5,566 
3 932 


22. 
23. 


54 

78 


25 




2,771 


4,103 

1,868 


24. 








780 


25. 


27 
51 


15 






4,718 


26. 




1,266 


2,980 


27. 






782 


















201 


4,677 


3,342 


1,536 


697 


180 


44 


S 58,133 


% 108.674 


1 5,215 


$113,889 



















STONY FORK 










1 


2-4 
2-4 
2-4 
1-3 
1-3 
2-4 
2-4 
1-3 
1-3 


2 
- 

3 
1 
1 
5 


82 

83 

56 

125 

78 

103 

207 

106 

319 

*80 

106 

72 

106 

93 

155 

168 


81 
35 
35 
94 
54 
80 
88 
50 
172 
*54 
49 
29 
30 
66 
110 
96 


72 








% 1,158 


S 1,773 
261 
288 

1.296 
542 
406 
725 
493 

3,353 


S 283 
42 
22 
208 
111 
35 
29 

765 
17 
49 
22 

167 
109 
20 


S 2 056 


2. 








303 


3. 


22 
45 
23 
60 










310 


4. 
5. 
6. 


55 



12 

7 




54 
157 

46 


1,504 
653 
441 










754 


8. 












493 


9. 
10. 


65 


76 


11 




1,144 


4,118 
17 


11. 


1-3 
2-4 
1-3 
1-3 


17 
1 

4 
1 


40 
25 


17 








454 
223 

890 
994 
757 
537 


503 


12. 








245 


13. 








527 


890 


14. 


35 
50 
46 




10 




1,161 


15. 




115 
160 


866 


16 


2-4 








557 














36 


1,939 


1,123 


483 


148 


40 




$ 3,361 


S 12,992 


$ 1,879 


$ 14 871 









SURRY 



3 
4 
15 

6 
2 
11 

7 


77 
267 
421 
113 
332 
106 
147 
110 

48 
201 


78 
188 
362 
127 
334 

88 
147 

77 
101 
213 










% 99 


45 
106 

""""94 


57 

"'"'35 
83 


24 
67 






528 

2,165 

936 


139 


33 










1.303 

15,367 

18 

260 


41 














95 


43 







892 
2,397 
9,438 
3,267 
10,671 

448 
2,443 
16.448 

957 
5,398 



60 
436 

1,263 
539 

3,239 
90 
53 
57 
20 

1,349 



952 
2,8.33 
10,701 
3,806 
13,910 
538 
2,496 
16,505 
977 
6,747 



298 



Baptist State Convention 
SURRY — Continued 



CHrBCHES 



Pastok and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



11. Dover 

12. Fairview 

13. Fancy Gap 

14. Flat Rock ... 

15. Flippin Memorial. 

16. Friendship 

17. Gum Orchard 

18. Highland Park... 



19. Hills Grove 

20. Holly Springs 

21. Indian Grove 

22. Ivv Green - 



Jessup's Grove.. 

24. Ladonia 

25. Little Mountain. 

26. Little Richmond- 

27. Midway 

Mt. Airy: 

28. Closer Walk. . 

29. Eastside 

30. Fellowship 

31. First 



32. Grace 

33. Haymore Memorial 



34. Mt. CarmeL. 

35. Mt. Hermon. 



36. Mt. Vernon 

37. Mt.Zion 

38. Mountain Park. 

39. Mountain View. 

40. New Bethel 



New Hope 

New Life 

Oak Grove 

Paul's Creek (Va.; 

Pine Ridge 

Piney Grove 

Pinnacle View 

Pleasant View 

Rock Hill 

Rockford 

Rocky Ford 

Salem 

Salem Fork 

Shoals 

Siloam 

Simmon's Grove.. 
Slate Mountain.. 
Sulphur Springs. . 
Turkeyford 



Union Cross 

Welcome 

Westfield.. 

White Plains 

Willis Gap (Va.).. 

Woodland 

Woodville 

Totals... 



L. A. Fleming, Worth St., Mt. Airv 

Garfield Gambill, Rt. 1, Elkin 

R. L. Kizer, Rt. 5, Mt. Airy 

Joe B. .\Iaye, Rt. 2. .\lt. Airv 

R.J. Hartman, Rt. 6, .Mt. Airv 

T. S. Draughn, Rt. 1. Boon\-iUe 

Lloyd Pardue, Elkin 

Everett Marion, 1224 Forrest Dr., Mt. 

Airv. 

J. G. Pruett, Elkin 

Frank Sittcn, Rt. 1, Mt. Airy 

W. L. Campbell, Pilot Mountain 

Grover Holder, Rt. 3. Mt. Airy 

Paul Key, Rt. 1, Pinnacle 

Silas Smith, Rt. 4, Mt. Airy 

Jack Joyce, Rt. 2, Pilot Mountain 

Eldon R. Wiles, Thurmond 

Oscar Walker, Rt. 6, .\lt. Airy 



LawTence Phillips, Toast 

Harmon Heath, Rt. 6, Mt. Airy 

Elliott Hayes, Rt. 4, Mt. Airy... 

Preston J. Taylor, 218 Wrenn Avenue, 

Mt.Airv...". 

Roger W. Merritt, Rt. 1, Rural HalL... 
Roy Davis, 313 Rockford St., .\lt. Airy. 

Paul Hester, Rt. 5, Mt.Airv 

Grover L. Tilley, Elkin 



Joe Jackson, Rt. 5, Mt. Airv 

J. W. Chilton, Rt. 2, Pilot .Mountain ... 

Robert B. Grigg. Jr., Mountain Park 

N o pastor 

Gurney Holder, 1227 Brooklyn Avenue, 
Mt. Airy 



Rov W. Johnson, Rt. 4, Mt. Airy 

E. M. Eldridge. Elkin 

Glenn Mendenhall, Box 92, Jonesville... 

W. W. Jones, Rt. 4, Mt. Airy.... 

Joe Johnson, Rt. 2, Elkin 

Cecil Hooper, Elkin 

Gilmer Denny, Rt. 1, Pilot Mountain... 

Johnny Nance, Mt. .''liry 

Olen Bryant, Rt. 2, N. Wilkesboro 

Carnie Shugart, Jonesville 

J. \. Tilley, Jonesville 

Clay Macemore. Rt. 3, Yadkinville 

Gilmer Denny, Rt. 1, Pilot Mountain 

Glenn Mendenhall, Jonesville 

No pastor.. 

W. L. Campbell, Pilot Mountain 

G.A.Tucker, Pilot .Mountain 

Tom Cook, Rt. 2, Mt. Airy ... 

Lerov Johnson, 402 Pleasant Hill Drive, 

Elkin 

Clay Macemore, Rt. 3, Yadkinville 

Hobart McFalls, Rt. 1, Mt. Airy 

W. D.Early, Westfield 

Carl T. Lackey. White Plains 

Jesse Woodruff, Rt. 4, Mt. Airy 

A. J. Watson, Rt. 1, Mt. Airy 

D. D. Hodges, Box 547, .Mt. Airy 



Howard Badgett, Rt. 3, Mt. Airy 

T. C. Alberty, Rt. 2, Dobson 

Worth Havnes, Rt. 5, Mt. Airy 

Roy Riggs, Rt. 2, Mt. Airv 

Austin Ward, Rt. 2, Mt. Airy 

Eugene Hampton, Box 551, Elkin 

Buford Laster, Box 162, Rt. 1, Elkin. 



Robert B. Holder, 635 S. St., Mt. Airy. 

Trov Phillips, Rt. 1, Pilot Mountain 

Codel Reeves, Rt. 1, Mt. Airy 

Medie Inman, Rt. 2, Mt. Airv 

A. P. Thompson. Rt. 6, Mt. Airy 

Earlie G. Gillev, Rt. 2, Pilot Mountain . 

E. W. Amburn, Rt. 3, Mt. Airy 

Davis Key, Rt. 1, Ararat 

H. E. Hyatt, Rt. 1, Elkin 

Kyle Shelton, Mt. Airy 



Harry W. Raines, Rt. 4, Mt. Airy 

J. C. Johnson, 303 Junction St., Mt. Airy 

T. F. Reece, 329 W. Pine St., Mt. Airy.. 

James Shelton, Rt. 1, Mt. Airv 

C. E. Chupp, 244 E. Lebanon St., Mt. 

Airv 

W. T. Brown, P. 0. Box 43, Mt. Airy.... 
Thurmond W. Cockerham, Rt. 2, Box 

94-A, Dobson 

Claude Ramey, Rt. 3, Mt. Airy 

W. M. Johnson, .Ararat 

Ralph Beane, State Road 

C. W. Eason, Low Gap 

Jesse Blackburn, Rt. 5, Box 358, Mt. 
Airy 

James Key, Rt. 1, Dobson 

Roy Seal,"l467 Airview Dr., Mt. Airy ... 

Keiley Cockerham, Rt. 3, Mt. Airy 

Harold Easter, Cana, Va 

A.J. Hayes, Rt. 3, Mt. Airy 

B. J. Hodges, Jr., Rt. 4, Mt. Airy 

Ellis Ashburn, Rt. 1, Pilot Mountain 

Johnny Martin, Rt. 5, Mt. Airy 

Robert Snow. Rt. 1, Mt. Airy 

Ralph McCormick, Rt. 2, Dobson 

Roy Thompson. Thurmond 

Trenton Snow, Rt. 2, Dobson 

Zeb Gillispie, Dobson 

Edwin Matthews, Rt. 2, Pinnacle 

Paul Snow, Rt. 1, Siloam 

Fred Chilton, Rt. 2, Pilot Mountain 

Jack Davis, Rt. 2, Mt. Airy 

Lenord Goins, Rt. 2, Pilot Mountain 

Walter Reid, Rt. 4, Mt. Airy 

Claude Draughn, Rt. 1, Elkin 

Ulyssess Ayers, Rt. 1, Box 62, Mt. Airy. 

Olin George, Westfield 

W. A. Smith, Rt. 1, Box 483, Mt. Airy .. 

Dewey Boyd, Rt. 2, Ararat, Va 

Coley Jones, Rt. 6, Box 398-A, Mt. Airy 
Basil Jessup, Rt. 1, Mt. Airy 



OF North Carolina 



299 



SURRY — Continued 





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Church Exp. 
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Salary) 


2 

3 

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11. 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
2 

t 
4 
4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 

4 
4 
4 

4 
4 

4 

4 

1 
4 
2 
4 
2 

2 
4 
4 
2 
4 
2 
4 
4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 

2 
2 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
2 


13 
18 
14 
17 
3 
5 
1 

31 
1 

19 
5 

2 
6 

13 
3 

10 

8 
6 

27 

20 
12 

12 
5 
3 
3 

1 

6 

8 

3 

14 
7 
9 

13 
4 
2 

6 
23 

""12 

1 

10 

- 

9 
14 
43 
5 
6 
13 


108 
227 
217 
500 
192 
165 
128 

328 

102 

305 

200 

82 

97 

66 

173 

148 

86 

24 
38 
107 

972 
33 

748 
267 

109 
77 
93 
178 
107 

127 
130 

48 
126 
157 

91 
246 
197 

60 
116 
151 
102 
315 
119 
175 
157 
202 

42 
292 

116 
120 
163 
331 
611 
115 
78 
211 


160 
266 
213 
482 
140 
165 
80 

332 

52 
209 
173 

64 
102 

78 
129 

89 
158 

45 

76 
196 

711 
53 

529 
162 

100 
51 

58 
165 

57 

126 
90 
91 
111 
153 
67 
174 
157 
95 
91 
72 
82 
180 
153 
126 
124 
227 
74 
185 

55 
141 
292 
220 
715 
1.59 

68 
153 






22 
67 
87 
156 
71 
22 


""37 


s 

1.213 

2,198 

2,200 

112 


% 3,146 
5,394 
9,353 
21,273 
4,583 
3,503 
1,473 

13,020 

400 

19,607 

1,989 

979 

2,327 

1,669 

3,267 

1,785 

4,416 

1,028 

917 

9,075 

39,331 
2,377 

18,522 
6,606 

962 

288 

489 

9,905 

1,571 

1,538 
2,033 

652 
1,123 
1,981 

412 
2,477 
1,685 
1,347 

988 
1,395 
1,170 
7,543 
3,795 
1,928 
1,189 
1.737 

828 
6,866 

502 
2,258 
4,875 
5,767 
24,888 

855 
2,532 
2,001 


% 513 
257 
857 
3,264 
261 
1,007 
43 

1,116 

575 

284 
241 
235 
136 
210 
48 
86 

5 

8 

154 

20,947 
23 

3,238 
1.089 

337 

76 

57 

563 

139 

185 

77 

55 

939 

113 

10 

621 

156 

23 

47 

144 

185 

282 

474 

593 

790 

571 

104 

183 

17 

144 
67 
1,870 
580 
226 
123 
465 


3,659 


12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 


82 
91 


"'lis 


5.659 
10,210 
24,537 

4,844 


16. 


61 


51 


4,510 


17. 




699 
4,932 


1,516 


18. 
19. 


91 


97 


78 


28 


14,136 
400 


20. 

21. 


79 
73 
33 
76 
35 
70 


118 


57 
41 
8 
15 
38 
14 


18 


136 


20,182 
2,273 


22. 
23. 


8 




1,220 
2,562 


24. 






1,805 


25. 
26. 




1,500 


3,477 
1,833 


27. 


85 








225 


4,502 


28. 








1,033 


29. 










75 
4.066 

2,059 


925 


30. 

31. 
32. 


102 

146 


63 
111 


46 
290 


11 


9,229 

60,278 
2,400 


33. 
34. 

35. 


174 

no 


116 
52 


144 
71 


""ig 


2,316 


21,760 
7,695 

1,299 


36. 










28 

33 

4,198 

678 

465 
1,008 


364 


37. 










546 


38. 
39. 


66 




39 
13 

12 




10,468 
1,710 


40. 
41. 


54 




1,723 
2,110 


42. 










707 


43. 












2,062 


44. 






20 




615 


2,094 


45. 






422 


46. 






35 




831 
121 
455 
31 
309 


3,098 


47. 






1,841 


48. 
49. 


50 




12 




1,370 
1,035 


50. 






2! 




1,539 


51. 


38 
81 
40 
27 


23 
""73 


1.355 


52. 
53. 
54. 


58 
15 
17 




5.487 
541 


7,825 
4,269 
2,521 


55. 






1,979 


56. 


92 


58 


69 






2,308 


57. 






932 


58. 


61 




12 






7,049 


59. 






519 


60. 






50 
15 
55 




675 


2,402 


61. 






4,942 


62. 
63. 


100 


63 




76 

14,505 

63 

272 

40 


7,637 
25,468 


64. 






18 

430 

14 


14 


1,081 


65. 
66. 


58 
71 


32 

46 


2,655 
2,466 




522 


12,296 


10,991 


2,427 


1,254 


1,975 


168 


1 72,838 


$ 325,979 


1 51,919 


$377 898 









300 



Baptist State Convention 
TAR RIVER 



CnrBCHEs 



Pastor axd Post Office 



Sunday School Sttper^tendent 
AXD Post Office 



1. Bear Swamp 

2. Bethesda 

3. Bethlehem 

4. Bobbin's Chapel. 

5. Brown's 



J. David Fite, Rt. 3, Enfield. 



Raymond L. Britten, Roanoke Rapids 

J. \V. Riggan, Rt. 2, Box 172, Macon 

Carl E. Poston, Rt. 2, Warrenton 



6. Bunn_.. 

7. Carey's. 



8. Castalia 

9. Cedar Rock 

10. Centerville 

11. Corinth 

12. Cypress Chapel.. 

13. Duke Memorial.. 

14. Enterprise 

15. Ephesus 

16. Fishing Creek 

17. Gardner's 

IS. Harris Chapel 

19. Henderson: First. 

20. Harriett 

21. North 

22. Second 



23. 
24. 



Tabernacle- 
West End. - 



R. Lvnwood Coffman, Bo.x 401, Bunn._ 

Edward Laffman, Rt. 2, Box 88-A, 

Henderson 

Julian H. King. Castilia 

Robert H. Freeland, Rt. 4, Louisburg 

T. H. Steen, Rt. 1, Castalia 

Gilbert G. Mister. Rt. 1, Henderson 

E. Cove Still, Jr., Rt. 2, Box 22S, Spring 

Hope 

J. Parker McLendcn. Rt. 2. Spring Hope. 

Jarvis W. Teague. Littleton 

Cline W. Borders, Spring Hope 

Earl Sapp. 210 S. Allen St., Wake Forest. 

Charles Bartholomew, Wake Forest 

Jack E. Hames, HoUister 

W. W. Leathers, Jr., Box 75, Henderson _ 

Alfred Ayscue. Gay St., Henderson 

L. M. Thomas, Peach St,, Henderson 

Effert Snodderly, Western Ave,, Hender- 



Paul Wilson, Rt. 1, Littleton 

Paul Lancaster, R. F. D., Manson 

B. X. Jenkins, Rt. 1, Roanoke Rapids 

Mavnard Bobbitt, Rt. 2. Littleton 

H. E. Edmonds, Rt. 1, Box 197, Warren- 
ton 

S. Wcodrow Sykes, Rt, 4, Louisbtrrg 



W. H. Hoyle, Rt. 2, Henderson 

S. R. McGregor, Nashville 

R, R, Boone, Rt. 1, Castalia 

Richard B. Shearin, Rt. 2, Louisburg 

H, B. Cottrell, Rt, 3, Louisburg 



Garland Foushee, Henderson 

R. W. Jenkins, 1405 Parker Lane, Hen- 
derson 



25. Hickorv Rock. 

26. Holly Grove.. 

27. Inez 

28. KitreU 

29. Littleton 

30. Louisburg 

31. Macon 

32. Maple Springs. 

33. Middleburg--.. 

34. Mt. Zion 



35. Mountain Grove.. 

36. New Bethel 

37. New Sandv Creek _ 



38. Norlina 

39. Peach Tree 

40. Perry's Chapel.. 

41. Philadelphia 

42. Pilot 

43. Pine Ridge 

44. Pleasint Grove.. 

45. Popular Springs. 
4P. Ransdell Chapel. 

47. Red Bud 

48. Reedy Creek. ... 

49. Rock Springs 

50. Rocky Cross 

51. Samaria 

52. Sandy Creek 

53. Social Plains 

54. Sulphur Springs _ 

55. Union Hope 

56. Vaughan 

57. Warren Plains... 



H. Ellis Lanier, Rt. 2, Louisburg 

W, W. Turner, Wendell 

Earl Sapp, 210 S. .\llen St., Wake Forest. 

J. David Fite, Box 92, Wake Forest 

Jarris W. Teague. Box 272. Littleton... 

.\ubrey S. Tomlinson. Louisburg 

W. Trenton Bruce. Rt. 1, Warrenton 

J. Parker McLendon, Rt. 2. Spring Hope. 

Don Niswcnger, Middleburg 

Dwight W. Cumbee, Box 265, Wake 

Forest 

G"! ttis Perry, V\'ake Forest 

Gilben Mister, Rt. 1, Henderson 

C. Earl Haynes, Rt. 1, Henderson 



V. M. Button, Norlina ._ 

Charles H. Wellons. Rt. 2, Spring Hope. 
R. Havne Rivers. Rt. 2, Franklinton... 



G. W. McDowell, Rt. 2, Zebulon 

W. R. Lr^lley, Rt. 2, Zebulon 

Juliin King, Castalia 

"', R. LcUey, Rt. 2, Zeb'il-m 

E. W. Greene, Rt. 5, Henderson 

Gattis W. Perry, Wake Forest 

E, W. Greene, Rt. 5, Henderson 

Ellis HoUon, Jr., Rt. 1, Louisburg 

Charles Ellis, Rt. 1. Spring Hope 

Colon S. Jackson, Jr., Rt. 2, Middlesex... 

W. W. Neal. Rt. 2, Louisburg 

Etheridge Rhiner, Rt, 1, Zebulon 

Carl E. Poston, Rt. 2, Warrenton 

J. G. Robinson, Rt. 1, Zebulon 

Charles Bartholomew, Wake Forest 

W. Trenton Bruce, Rt. 1, Warrenton 



58. Warrenton; First . 

59. North 

60. White Level 



John R. Link. Warrenton 

Raltih N. Culler, Box 574, Warrenton 

T. H. Steen, Rt. 1, Castalia 



E. R. Moore, Rt. 2, Spring Hope 

J. 0. Bowden, Rt. 2, Spring Hope 

Carlyle King, 210 Roanoke Ave,, Littleton 

Phillip Murray, Rt. 1, Spring Hope 

Jack Avent. Rt. 2, Whitakers 

C. P. Pope, Rt. 1, Macon 

J, Edward Lee, Rt. 1, HoUister 

J. C. PinneU. Edgewood Dr., Henderson . 
J. W. Strange, 714 Harriet St., Henderson 
Ashby Carroll, Parker St., Henderson 

Furman Cothran, 1208 Shirley Drive; 
Hend ?rson 

A. B. Overton, 1520 Deer Ct., Hendersoh 



B. A. Brame, 406 Willowood Dr., Hen- 
derson 

Wilton Smith, Louisburg 

Clarence Sledge, Rt. 4, Louisburg 

Clarence A.. Davis, Rt. 3, Warrenton 

C, L. Kerley, Rt. 1, KittreU 

G. E. Harvey, Littleton 

Max T. Brown, Louisburg 

Rov P. Robertson, Macon 

R. E. McDuffie. Rt. 4. Louisburg 

J. S. Brcwn, Rt. 3, Henderson 

0. F. Tharrington, Rt. 3, Louisburg 

H. R. Moslev, Rt. 2, Box 106, Warrenton. 

T. H. Weldon, Jr., Rt. 1, Henderson 

Cecil U. Faulkner, 109 Qark St., Hen- 
derson 

Howard Edmonds, Norlina 

Edd Turner, Rt. 2, Castalia 

T. H. Edwards, Rt. 2, Franklinton 

Ed Wheeless, Rt. 1, Nashville 

Eugene Perry, Rt. 2, Zebulon 

Robert Moodv, 102 John St., Louisburg 

J. T. Carter, Nash%-ille 

Woodrow Moore, Rt. 2, Zebulon 

Jimmy Young, Rt. 1, Louisburg 

Staley Leonard, Rt. 1, Castalia 

R. L. Harmon, .Areola 

Dan C, Pearce, Rt. 1. Louisburg 

Paul Williams. 615 Glascock St., Raleigh 

Wallace Bryant, Rt. 1, Spring Hope 

G. M. West, Louisburg 

Rossie Jones, Rt. 2, Zebulon 

James Short, Rt. 2, Warrenton 

Everette Wilson, Middlesex 

Anhur Hight, R.F.D.. Macon 

A. P. Rodwell, Warren Plains Rural 

St at i in , Warrenton 

Frank Reams, Warrenton 

R. J. Lvle^, Rt. 1. Box 22, Warrenton ... 
Sam Wood, Rt. 1, Castalia 



OF North Carolina 



301 



TAR RIVER 





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59 


280 


320 


2 


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47 


39 


4 


8 


140 


118 


4 




284 


221 


4 


5 


372 


241 


4 


3 


391 


150 


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14 


336 


195 


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210 


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366 


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443 


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211 


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3 


235 


204 


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9 


163 


128 


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6 


291 


189 


4 




185 


141 


4 


10 


302 


237 


4 


13 


451 


269 


4 


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266 


208 


4 


7 


424 


210 


4 


18 


244 


242 


4 


8 


310 


189 


4 


8 


525 


334 


4 


8 


243 


175 


4 




143 


102 


4 


6 


117 


110 


2 


11 


138 


85 


4 


6 


261 


207 


2 


6 


78 


63 


4 


10 


141 


120 


2 




167 


89 


4 


6 


225 


252 


4 


3 


365 


280 


2 




110 


73 


4 


3 


290 


179 


4 


13 


276 


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2 




213 


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317 


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300 


4 


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308 



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372 
108 

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121 
43 
63 
55 
44 
100 
212 
112 
70 
50 

49 
52 

81 

105 
106 
73 
84 
75 
132 
70 
63 
86 
85 
70 
56 
55 
64 
110 
121 
64 
67 
120 
31 



53 




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41 


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72 
54 

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18 
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12 
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22 
21 
30 
11 
83 
206 
27 
59 
26 

67 
18 
51 

78 
134 
54 
56 
52 
124 
58 
34 
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16 


1,500 


17 


994 


48 


65,829 




275 


18 





825 



1,400 



42 

138 

281 

1,300 



9,620 
500 
393 



4,650 
3,150 



3,040 



1,194 

205 

26,000 

1,462 



3,426 



51 

106 

1,200 

5,984 

641 



2.527 

242 



3,309 



4,146 

2,137 

10,824 

458 

2,224 
5,080 

10,499 
3,340 
3.01' 
3,89i 
2.678 

3.692 
3,594 
4,333 
6,218 
2,202 
3,125 
6,641 
122,414 
7,022 
9,160 



7,381 
6,867 



17,253 

1,812 

2,949 

1,349 

808 

16,009 

17,458 

4,392 

2.886 

5,484 

6,045 
2,170 
3,336 

9,112 
9,893 
30.426 
6,714 
3,416 
8,148 
8,527 
4,234 
3,524 
1,237 
4,045 
7,739 
3,734 
2,104 
8,250 
6,118 
4,050 
3,028 
4,600 
909 

2,398 
10,040 

7,945 
12,260 



1 2,244 

48 

578 

99 

380 
1,639 

2,237 
860 
562 
661 

1,235 

493 

441 

960 

485 

476 

1,459 

1,445 

23,364 

75 

610 



1,685 
1,000 



2,125 
425 
686 
157 
440 

2,379 

5,305 
467 

1,023 
443 

1,190 

550 

1,098 

1,388 

593 

971 

1,786 

1,215 

1,581 

1,383 

526 

532 

175 

647 

240 

423 

463 

783 

1.468 

381 

1,722 

616 

626 

1,539 

3,083 

174 

1,128 



\ 6,390 

2,185 

11,402 

557 

2,604 
6,719 

12,736 
4,200 
3,579 
4,557 
3,913 

4,185 
4,035 
5,293 
6,703 
2,678 
4,584 
8,086 
145,778 
7,097 
9,770 



9,066 

7,867 



19,378 
2,237 
3,635 
1,506 
1,248 
18,388 
22,763 
4,859 
3,909 
5,927 

7,235 
2,720 
4,434 

10,500 
10,486 
31,397 
8,500 
4,631 
9,729 
9,910 
4,760 
4,056 
1,412 
4,692 
7,979 
4,157 
2,567 
9,033 
7,586 
4,431 
4,750 
5,216 
1,535 

3,937 
13,123 

8.119 
13,388 



302 



Baptist State Convention 
TAR RIVER — Continued 



Churches 


Pastor and Post Office 


Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 


61. Wise 


E. E. Ballard, Wise 

Dwight Cumbee, Box 265, W ake Forest. 


W. M. White, Rt. 1, Norlina 


62. Wood 


Bennie R. Gupton, Rt. 2, Box 438, Louis- 


Mission Vacation 

Bible School: 

63. Raleigh Road 


burg 


Ttoals- 













TENNESSEE RIVER 



Alarka 

Almond 

Antioch 

Arlington 

Bear Creek 

Bethabara (Indian). 

Bethel 

Brush Creek 

Bryson City 

Buffalo (Indian) 

Cedar Cliff 

Cold Springs 

Dan Springs 

Deep Creek 

East Alarka 

Ela 

Franklin Grove 

Governor's Island. . 

Hiehtower 

Holly Springs 

Jackson Line 

Lone Oak 

Long Creek 

Maple Springs 

Midway 

Mt.Carmel.. 

Mt. Nebo 

Mt. Zion 

Mountain Creek 

Nantahala 

New Hope 

Old Mother 

Panther Creek 

Robbinsville 

Round Hill 

Santeetlah. 

Silver Mine Creek.. 

Spruce Grove 

Stecoah 

Sweet Gum 

Sweet Water 

Toestring.. 

Tuskeegee 

Whittier 

Yellow Creek.. 

Parkview Mission. . . 



Jesse Grant, Rt. 2, Almond 

E. B. Lindsay, Bryson City 

No report 

No report 

Hoyle Bridges, Robbinsville 

W. D.Owle, BryonCity. 

R. C. George, Robbirsville 

T. D. Denny, Nantahala 

Wayne Slaton, Bryson City 

James Farr, Robbinsville 

Gurley Stewart, Robbirsville 

Earl Payne, Bryson City. 

John Freeman, Bryson City 

Maurice Banks, Bryson City 

Edd Cock, Stecoah 

Burlin Aldridge, Stecoah 

Otis Orr, Robbinsville.... 

John Freeman, Bryson City 

Tom Pilky, Stecoah 

Clyde Monteith, Bryson City 

E. H. Dorsey, Bryson City 

B. F. Shope, Robbinsville 

Claude Taylor, Almond 

T. D. Denny, Nantahala 

E. F. Sprinkle, Marion... 

Ham Coffey, Murphy.. 

Arvil Waldroup, Robbinsville 

E. H. Dorsey, Bryson City 

R. C. George, Robbinsville 

No report 

Burlin Aldrirlge, Robbinsville 

Oliver Orr, Robbinsville . . 

Clyde Johnson, Brvson Citv 

E.'F. Baker, Robbinsville 

Edd Cook, Stfcoah 

B. F. Shope, Robbinsville 

Carl Denny, Nantahala 

Clint Grant, Nant'^hala.. 

Gardner Burchfield, Tapoca 

Wavne Crisp, Murphy 

J. E. Cable 

Shody Bales, Cherokee 

Gurley Stewart, Robbinsville 

Ernest Jam^rson, Sylva 

Arthur Randolph, Rockwood, Tenn. 



Luther Wiggins, Bryson City. 
Fannie Lindsay, Almond 



Edd Mehaffey, Robbinsville 

J. D. Nichols, Whittier 

W. B. Seymour, Tapoco 

Mrs. Lambert Marr, Bryson City. 

A. H. Casada, Bryson City 

John Wachacha, Robbinsville 

Geo. Garland, Robbinsville 

V. W. Greene, Bryson City 

Glen Davis, Bryson City 

B. K. Robbinson, Bryson City 

Hole Jones, Bryson City 

H. C. Collins, Bryson City 

Roy Welch, Bryson City 

R. H. Woods, Bryson City 

Henry Posey, Bryson City 

Wayne Walker, Bryson City 

Ted Wilson, Bryson City 

Jack Odom, Robbinsville 

Andrew Patterson, Robbinsville 

Guy Allen, Bryson City 

Felix Hyatt, Bryson City 

G. L. Crisp, Bryson City 

Sam Adams, Robbinsville 

J. C. Lequire, Bryson City 

John Moody, Robbinsville 



Totals. 



Wayne Phillips, Robbinsville 

Oliver Stiles, Robbinsville 

Howard Taylor, Almond 

Floyd Milsaps, Robbinsville 

N. A. Green, Bryson City 

Thad Shope, Tapoco Rt., Robbinsville. 

Roy Stiles, Rt. 2, Almond 

Burgin Watkins, Bryson City 

Claude Taylor, Stecoah 

Otis West, Robbinsville 

Voy ne Shope, Robbinsville 

Dan Lambert, Cherokee 

Boyd Holder, Robbinsville 

Clayton Davis, Whittier 

Dee Anderson, Robbinsville 



OF North Carolina 
TAR RIVER — Continued 



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TENNESSEE RIVER 



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128 

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1-3 
1-3 
1-3 
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1-3 
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1-3 
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16 

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5 
13 

2 

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6 

10 
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478 

2,233 

944 

23,145 

213 

1,443 

2,613 

935 

4,310 

154 

798 

2,837 

158 

300 

1,278 

1,175 

1,686 

423 

525 

627 

842 

508 

1,089 

594 


90 

716 

359 

3,312 

6 

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160 
195 

208 

367 

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7. 


12 
25 
175 


28 


17 






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8. 






1 303 


9. 
10. 


164 


141 


54 




26,457 
219 


11. 












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12. 


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50 


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37 


22 






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14. 






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16. 


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19. 












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20. 










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1 325 


21. 


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240 


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1-3 
2-4 
1-3 
1-3 


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6 

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1 

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5 


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1,419 

195 

448 

10,486 

432 

840 

357 

238 

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1,553 

1,008 

250 

1,403 

1,325 

1,136 


1 760 


32. 






217 


33. 












453 


34. 


176 


174 


85 






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432 


35. 




235 


36. 


15 


46 






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377 


38. 










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1 314 


46. 




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244 


7,236 


4,346 


994 


840 


283 


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$ 10,257 


$ 82 358 









304 



Baptist State Convention 
THERON RANKIN 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



1. Brookford 



Catawba 

Claremont 

Conover 

Corinth 

Hickory: Calvary.. 



Community.-. 
East Hickory - 



First 

Highland 

Longview 

Oakland Heights . 
Penelope 



Temple 

Viewmont. 



16. West Hickory - 



Hildebran, First. 
Icard 



19. Mountain Grove. 



Newton: First . 
North 



22. Oxford Community. 



23. Oyama. 



Providence 

Sandy Ridge.. 

Springs Road- 

Startown 

Sweetwater... 



Warlick's. 
Wayside- 



Totals. 



W. C. Laney, 161 20th Avenue S. W., 
Hickory 



B. A. Cooper, Catawba 

James M. Sigmon, 216 W. A St., Newton 
J. D. Lynn, Box 653, Newton 

C. L. Pickler, Rt. 3, Vale 

W. W. Marr, 1908 8th Avenue, S. W., 

Hickory 



Gordon Taylor, P. 0. Box 170, Hickory.. 
T. W. Nelson, 122 16th St., S. E., Hickory 



G. Othell Hand, Hickory 

J. Howard Gates, 858 8th St. Dr., N. E., 

Hickory 

J. p. Compton, 227 32nd St., S. W., 

Hickory 

Berry Lafone, Rt. 2, Box 209 A., Hickory 



0. Jack Murphy, 3310 Main Ave., N. W., 
Hickory 



William S. Elliott, 825 8th St. Dr., S. E., 
Hickory 

Albert A. Young, 97 18th Ave., N. W., 
Hickory 



Fritz D. Hemphill, 1205 Main Ave. Dr., 

N. W., Hickory 

B. R. Holbrook, Hildebran 

Olin D. Hefner, Icard 



L. Vernon Connell, Rt. 1, Box 652, 
Hickory 

James M. Wilder, 122 W. 7th St., Newton 

James R. Helvey, 1826 N. College Ave., 

Newton 



Victor L. Andrews (Supply), 438 E. 20th 
St., Newton 



Harold D. Whitener, Rt. 3, Box 276-B, 
Hickory 

M. L. Ross, Rt. 4, Box 380, Hickory 

V. C. Martin, 1830 12th Ave., N. E., 

Hickory 

William E. Meivin, Vi?wmont Apt. 9-D, 

Hickory 

Larry Penley, 925 5th St., S. E., Hickory. 

Ted L. Starnes, 1329 15th St. Ct., N. E., 
Hickory 



Matt L. Hastings, Rt. 2, Connelly Springs 
Horace R. Harris, 156 31st St., S. W 
Hickory 



Mrs. Katie Miller, 1728 2nd St., S. W., 

Hickory 

Jake Abernathy , Catawba 

Doyle E. Benfield, Conover 

Robey Keller, Gen. Delivery, Conover.. 

F. W. Kiser, Rt. 3, Vale 

t 

Guy Huffman, 719 19th St., S. W., 
Hickory 

Otto Jones, Rt. 1, Box 472, Hickory 

Eugene Luckadoo, Rt. 3, Box 146 AA, 
Hickory 

Donald E. Greene, P. 0. Box 273, Hickory 

Guy N. Sherrill, Rt. 2, Box 509, Hickory 

Julius Cook, Jr., Rt. 1, Hickory 

Carl G. King, 714 10th St. Blvd., N. W., 
Hickory 

G. S. Robinson, 1446 1st Ave., N. W., 
Hickory 

Harry Barger, Rt. 3, Hickory .. 



Earl Roberts, 138 15th Ave., N. W., 
Hickory 

Earl Lutz, 2426 4th Ave., N. W., Hickory 

Ray Childers, Hildebran 

John Church, Rt. 1, Box U-A, Connelly 
Springs 

George Cansler, Rt. 1, Hickory 

Jesse Eckard, 714 S. Brady Ave., Newton 

G. 0. Dixon, 1809 N. College Ave., 
Newton 

Mrs. Victor L. Andrews, 438 E. 20th St., 
Newton 

S. C. Duncan, Rt. 3, Box 256, Hickory..^ 
M. S. Brittian, Rt. 4, Hickory 

Robert V. Martin, Rt. , Box 353, Hickory 

Willard Bolick, Rt. 2, Box 258-A, Hickory 

Clarence Smith, 1507 N. Frye Avenue, 

Newton 

Paul Bradshaw, 1664-C Ave., S. E., 

Hickory . . 

T. L. Benfield, Rt. 5, Hickory 



Spencer Gragg, 
Hickory 



30th St., N. W., 



THREE FORKS 



1. Antioch 

2. Beaver Dam.. 

3. Beech Valley.. 

4. Bethany 

5. Bethel 

6. Blowing Rock- 



Carl Wilson, Reese 

J. H. Crisp, Lenoir 

Vaughn Greene, Reese 

L. H. Hagamon, Reese 

J. Hoyt Roberson, Sugar Grove- 
G. Carlton Cox, Blowing Rock-- 



Howard Cable, Sugar Grove- _ 

Clay Robinson, Reese 

Stacy Ward, Beech Creek 

Kenneth Issacs, Vilas 

Bill Farthing, Sugar Grove 

Ernest Banner, Blowing Rock. 



OF North Carolina 



305 











THERON RANKIN 
















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2. 


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3. 


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1,612 


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7. 


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237 


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126 




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7,982 


551 


8,533 


8. 


4 


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338 


369 


167 


162 


112 


23 


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11,426 


2,993 


14,419 


9. 


4 


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1,462 


1,443 


362 


327 


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10. 


4 


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187 


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10,624 


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11. 


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306 


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13,308 


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14,167 


12. 


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5,323 


13. 


4 


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894 


290 


231 


199 


79 


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28,166 


11,920 


40,086 


14. 


4 


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332 


415 


143 


108 


124 


52 


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12,744 


1,353 


14,097 


15. 


4 


44 


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1,083 


301 


294 


267 


111 


18,013 


75,053 


8.247 


83,300 


16. 


4 


37 


1,004 


1,162 


247 


291 


200 


101 


19,731 


61,903 


9,481 


17,384 


17. 


4 


27 


547 


543 


163 


161 


156 


52 


2.387 


13,463 


5,621 


19,084 


18. - 


4 




227 


269 


96 


74 


91 


32 




12,608 


1,947 


14,555 


19. 


4 


18 


272 


314 


157 


140 


114 


43 


304 


9.8.36 


1.834 


11,670 


20. 


4 


23 


862 


744 


224 


129 


228 


85 


1,276 


22,157 


9,477 


31,634 


21. 


4 


10 


351 


423 


189 


148 


112 


29 


1,396 


15,347 


2,466 


17,813 


22. 


4 


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65 


59 


59 




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1,534 


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1,608 


23. 


4 
4 

4 


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7 

21 


67 
159 

283 


94 
155 

312 


45 
50 

152 


56 
66 

138 


37 
18 

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4.891 
9,562 

18,208 


84 
526 

959 


4,975 


24. 






10,088 


25. 


47 


3,879 


19,167 


26. 


4 


10 


91 


160 


115 


80 


79 


52 


33,900 


44,504 


1,065 


45,569 


27. 


4 


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78 


31 


35 




10 


347 


3,315 


188 


3,503 


28. 


4 




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3,917 


252 


4.169 


29. 


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320 


312 


125 


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15,521 


1,078 


16,599 


30. 


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100 


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60 


4,246 












468 


10,683 


11,402 


3,917 


3,210 


2,768 


1,128 


8127,310 


$ 586,321 


8131, .399 


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THREE 


FORKS 










1. 


2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
4 


3 

6 

. 

9 


201 
230 
103 
158 
220 
232 


90 
118 
100 

80 
141 
139 










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1,086 

720 

665 

3,134 

6,345 


$ 70 

147 

82 

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3. 












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4. 


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48 
93 










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5. 

6. 


41 
58 


28 
64 


7 




3,604 
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20 



306 



Baptist State Convention 
THREE FORKS — Continued 



Chueches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School S-ctperintendent 
AND Post Office 



7. Boone 

8. Brushy Fork 

9. Clark's Creek.,. 

10. Cool Springs 

11. Cove Creek 

12. Elk Knob 

13. Forest Grove 

14. Friendship 

15. Gap Creek 

16. Green Valley 

17. Howard's Creek. 

18. Laurel Springs.. 

19. Mabel 

20. Meat Camp 

21. Middle Fork.... 

22. Mt. Calvary 

23. Mt. Gilead 

24. Mt. Lebanon 

25. Mountain Dale.. 

26. Oak Grove 

27. Perkinsville 

28. Pleasant Grove ._ 

29. Poplar Grove. -. 

30. Proffitt's Grove. 

31. Rich Mountain.. 

32. Rutherwood 

33. Shull's Mills 

34. South Fork 

35. Stony Fork 

36. Tabernacle 

37. Three Forks 

38. Timbered Ridge. 

39. Union 

40. Vanderpcol 

41. White Rock 

42. Willow Valley... 

43. Willowdale 

44. ZionHill 

45. Zionville 

46. Boone Mission.. 



Totals. 



L . H . HoUingsworth, Boone 

J. E. Crump, Vilas 

Glenn South, Trade, Tenn 

Will Cook, Boone 

E. M. Blankenship, Sherwood 

Billie Trivette, Bristol, Va 

Carl Wilson, Reese 

L. H. Hagaman, Reese 

Frank Walker, North Wilkesboro 

N. F. Johnson, Todd 

Glenn South, Trade, Tenn 

J. E. Crump, Vilas 

E. O.Gore, Zionville 

Bernard Tuttle, Lenoir 

N.F.Johnson, Todd 

Glenn Gentry, Elk Park 

Clyde Cornett, Reese 

L. H. Hagaman, Reese 

Carl Wilson, Reese 

W. Walter Jones, Boone 

Rex W. West, Boone 

E. 0. Gore, Zionville. ' 

Bernard Tuttle, Lenoir 

Paul Phipps, Grumpier 

Tom Ward, Sugar Grove 

Glenn Huffman, Wilbar 

A. E. Moretz, Boone. 

M. D. Hart, West Jefferson 

Raymond Hendrix, Boone 

Raymond Hendrix, Boone 

Homer F. Greene, Deep Gap 

Carl Wilson, Reese 

Barney Oliver, Zionville 

N.F.Johnson, Todd 

Orville Wallace, Trade, Tenn 

R. C. Eggers, Zionville 

None 

Hubert McCoy, Tamarack 

Paul Phipps, Grumpier 

(Included in Boone First's record) 



Dr. G. P. Eggers, Boone 

Coy Love, Vilas 

Johnny Smith, Banner Elk 

Milton Payne, Blowing Rock 

Edgar Greene, Sugar Grove 

Grady Potter, Tamarack 

Doughton Lester, Sugar Grove.. 

John Michael, Trade, Tenn 

Ralph White, Deep Gap 

Albert Ward, Reese 

Guy Norris, Boone 

Joe L. Coffey, Jr., Deep Gap 

Howard Younce, Vilas 

Warren Greene, Zionville 

Kermit Ashley, Blowing Rock... 
Homer Shomaker, Banner Elk. . 

Ted Reese, Elk Park 

Clarence Earp, Vilas 

Arthur Moody, Reese 

Bill Hodges, Jr., Boone 

Glenn Cottrell, Boone 

Gene Wilson, Zionville 

Earl Blackburn, Boone 

Charlie Manis, Boone 

Forace Moretz, Zionville 

R. V. Brown, Jr., Deep Gap 

C. M. Shore, Boone 

Charles Risk, Todd 

Harlen Greene, Deep Gap 

Herman Moretz, Boone 

James Austin, Boone 

Spencer May, Reese 

Oley Eggers, Trade, Tenn 

Don Thompson, Vilas 

W. C. Smith, Rominger 

Rayner Matheson, Sugar Grove. 

Fred Edmisten, Sugar Grove 

Albert Harmon, Zionville 

Lee Roy Wilson, Zionville 



TRANSYLVANIA 



1. Blantyre 

2. Blue Ridge... 

3. Boylston 

4. Brevard, First. 

5. Calvary 



6. Carr'sHill 

7. Carson's Creek 

8. Cathey's Creek 

9. Dunn's Creek 

10. Dunn's Rock. _ 

11. EastFork 

12. Enon 

13. Faith 

14. Glady Branch 

15. Grace 

16. King Street 

17. Lake Toxaway 

18. Little River ., 

19. Macedonia 

20. Middle Fork 

21. Mt. Moriah Calvert 

22. Mt. Moriah Cherry- 

field 



George W. Lynch, Mill Springs. 
Hoyt K. Wildes, Rt. 1, Brevrad. 



B. W. Thomason, Brevard 

Clyde Fetner, Box 1313, Henderson ville. 



Jack Taylor, Brevard 

Hubert Clayton, Rt. 2, Brevard 

H. H. Mann, Rt. 2, Candler 

William Wilson, Rt. 1, Brevard 

Emmitt McCall, Travelers Rest, S. C, 

Kermitt Reese, Rt. 1, Brevard 

R. L. Phillips, Box 762, Brevard 

Ben Williams, Lake Toxaway 

Millard L Brock, Rt. 2, Brevard 

John A. Cox, Box 341, Brevard 

L. B. Vaughn, Box 454, Brevard 

F. T. Rose, Box 282, Brevard 

John T. Neil, Rt. 1, Penrose 

Clyde McCall, Lake Toxaway 

Clifford Hornbuckle, Cherokee 

Marvin Murphree, Greenville, S. C 



C. W. Rogers, Rt. 2, Asheville. 



Tom White, Rt. 1, Pisgah Forest 

C. E. Jones, Box 59, Cedar Mountain 

John Reid, Rt. 1, Pisgah Forest 

Randal Lyday, Brevard 

Floyd Callahan, Elm Bend Road, Bre- 
vard 

Hubert E. Batson, Rt. 1, Brevard.. ... 

Bill Elliott, Rt. 2, Brevard 

L. C. Wilson, Rt. 1, Brevard 

Junior Wilson, Rt. 1, Brevard 

H. P. Hogsed, Rt. 1, Brevard 

* Roman Powell, Rt. 1, Rosman 

D. C. Landreth, Pisgah Forest 

John Fisher, Lake Toxaway 

Eston Phillips, Rt. 2, Brevard 

Jesse Gillespie, Box 752, Brevard 

Truman Rogers, Brevard 

Joe Galloway, Lake Toxaway 

Merrimon Shuford, Penrose 

Furman Owen, Rt. 2, Brevard 

Lewis Morgan, Rosman 

Gordon Hardin, Rt. 2, Brevard 

0. E. Matthews, Rt. 2, Brevard... 



OF North Carolina 



307 



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218 
127 
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175 
236 
267 
517 
208 
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96 
131 
198 

55 
192 
125 
216 

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81 
109 
169 
187 
320 


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51 

68 
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60 
119 

95 
130 

90 

45 
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67 
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93 

83 

52 
130 

75 
298 
254 
214 
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60 
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45 
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164 

60 
136 

68 
158 

80 

95 
118 
111 

85 

96 


346 
90 


222 
63 


203 
19 


134 


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8,839 

469 
1.022 
9,065 

614 

939 

844 
2,814 

756 

601 
2,939 
2,075 
5,799 
1,901 
2,449 

758 
3,801 

375 
8,929 
8.317 
2,590 
3,942 
1,455 
1,048 
8,644 

541 
2,750 
1,705 

522 
6,784 

731 
1,001 

454 

959 
1,506 
1,930 
1,353 
1,792 


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36 

184 

1,725 

12 
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82 
106 
6 
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400 
137 
370 

25 
110 

16 

20 

49 

3,561 

1,659 

415 

271 

138 

12 
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3i8 

482 

46 

623 

81 

60 

5 

142 

183 

305 

128 

339 


$ 51,319 

9,368 

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10. 












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102 


60 


32 


323 
350 


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626 


13. 










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14. 


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68 










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15. 


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17. 












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18. 
19. 
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70 
40 
44 
50 


9 
20 


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1,001 


3,339 

2,212 
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21. 






1,926 


22. 






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23. 








442 


774 


24. 


75 


75 






3,821 


25. 








424 


26. 
27. 
28. 


124 
123 

77 
85 


111 
143 
66 
50 


57 
63 
10 
10 


36 
42 


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142 


12,490 
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31. 












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50 


61 


27 


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34. 


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7 


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2,235 


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1,481 


45. 












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46. 










































198 


8,713 


6,091 


1,953 


1,496) 


664 


299 


$ 23,982 


% 152,905 


S 32.288 


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TRANSYLVANIA 



1. 

2. 


2 
4 
4 

4 


4 
3 

12 
33 


192 

51 

256 

953 


89 

29 

199 

682 


100 

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232 


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800 

6,681 

58,387 


% 497 

147 

1,116 

5,713 


$ 4,265 
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3. 

4. 


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139 


44 
196 


17 
44 


7,797 
64,100 


5. 
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4 
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3 
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4 
4 
4 
4 
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195 
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63 
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230 
172 

78 
241 

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76 
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103 

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3,330 

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2,391 


1,353 

1,072 

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50 

34 

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43 

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879 

235 

104 

2,232 

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1,425 


7,627 

4,402 

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16 

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12 

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16. 
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21 






2,904 


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47 
103 


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10 


1,050 


7,768 



308 



Baptist State Convention 
TRANS YLVANIA— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



23. North Toxaway. 

24. Oak Grove 

25. Old Toxaway. -- 

26. Pisgah Forest. __ 

27. Rocky Hill 

28. Selica 

29. Shoal Creek 

30. Turkey Creek... 

31. Whitewater 

32. Zion 



Totals. 



R. E. Moodv, Lake Toxaway 

F. T. Rose, Box 282, Brevard 

Claud Holcomb, Rt. 1, Rosman . 

George W. Julian, Pisgah Forest 

Joe D. Seay, Cedar Mountain 

Hubert Clayton, Rt. 2, Brevard 

Ernest McCall, Rosman 

J. p. Hogdon, Rt. 1, Pisgah Forest. 

Julius Owen, Lake Toxaway 

C. W. Rogers, Rt. 2, Asheville 



J. A. Wilde, Lake Toxaway 

James Middleton, Lake Toxaway. 



Valry Carter, Pisgah Forest 

Alvin Jones, Cedar Mountain 

Ward Breedlove, Tt. 2, Brevard 

Arthur Henson, Balsam Grove 

Ruel Whitinire, Rt. 1, Pisgah Forest. 

Loonie Banther, Oakland 

Mrs. Elsie Fisher, Rosman 



TUCKASEIGEE 



1. Balsam 

2. Balsam Grove 

3. Big Ridge 

4. Black Mountain 

5. Buff Creek 

6. Calvary 

7. Cashiers 

8. Catherine's Chapel .. 

9. Cedar 

10. Cullowhee... 

11. Deitz Memorial 

12. Dick's Creek 

13. Dodging Ridge 

14. East Fork 

15. Fall Cliff 

16. Green Creek 

17. Hamburg-.- -- 

18. Headv Mountain 

19. Hyatt's Chapel-- 

20. Jarrett's Memorial - - 

21. John's Creek 

22. Laurel Branch 

23. Little Savannah 

24. Locust Field 

25. Long Branch 

26. Love Dale 

27. Lumberton 

28. Moses Creek 

29. Mt. Pleasant 

30. New Hope-- - 

31. New Savannah 

32. Oak Ridge-- - 

33. Ochre Hill 

34. Old Savannah 

35. Pine Creek 

36. Rockdale 

37. Scott's Creek 

38. Shoal Creek 

.39. Sol's Creek.. 

40. Speedwell 

41 Sylva: East 

42. First 

43. Wilkesdale 

44. Tilley Creek 

45. Trout Creek 

46. Tuckas°igee 

47. Unity (Under Watch- 

care') 

48. Webster 

49. White Rock 

50. Wilmont — 

51. Wolf Mountain- 

HI. Yellow Mountain 

53. Zion Hill 



Totals. 



Ray McCall, Balsam 

Bill Crawford, Rt.l, Sylva... 
Charles G. Stewart, Glenville. 

Robert Dean, Candler 

Clyde Collins, Sylva 

J. E. Brown, Tuckaseigee 

Lawrence Jackson, Cashiers.. 



Gudger Bishop, Cullowhee 

Quentin Perreault, Cullowhee 

J. E. Brown, Cullowhee 

Bill Crawford, Rt. 1, Sylva....... 

Whitney Massengale, 'Tuckaseigee. 

Grover Cabe, Sylva 

Roy Bryson, Rt. 2, Sylva 

Joe Messer, Rt. 2, Whittier 

J. W. Myers, Glenville 

Fred Rice, Cashiers 

Joe Messer, Rt. 2, Whittier 

R. D. Gregg, Dillsboro.. -. 

Robert Parris, Rt. 1, Sylva 

Hardin Nicholson, Sylva 

* Dillard Mathis, Rt. 2, Sylva 

Ralph Bradley, Rt. 2., Whittier.. - 

0. J. Beck, Waynesville 

Zeb D. Baker, Sylva 

Lush Rogers, Rt. 3, Canton 

Sterling Melton, Cullowhee 

W. E. Haskett, Sylva 

Ben Cook, Sylva 



J. C. Burrell, Sylva 

Robert Parris, Sylva- 

Bill Crawford, Rt. 1, Sylva. 
Robert Parris, Rt. 1, Sylva. 
Joe Messer, Rt. 2, Whittier. 

B. S. Hensley, Sylva 

0. J. Beck, Waynesville 

Lloyd Brown, 'Tuckaseigee. . 
D. C. Hooper, Cullowhee... 

Bill Sorrells, Sylva 

R. W. Abrams, Sylva 

Walter Middleton, Sylva 

Virgil Cook, Webster 

Dock Burrell, Tuckaseigee.. 
Finely Fox, Tuckaseigee 



J. C. Burrell, Svlva 

R.D. Gregg, Dillsboro 

Hardin Nicholson, Webster. 

Albert Cook, Whittier 

Albert Cook, Whittier 

George Cloer, Franklin 

Roy Bryson, Rt. 2, Sylva.. - 



Roy Saunders, Balsam 

John Cook, Cullowhee 

David Pruett, Glenville 

Alonzo Dills, Cullowhee 

Alvin McClure, Sylva 

Allen Bradley, Rt. 2, Sylva 

Tom Madden, Cashiers 

Mrs. Frank Tramtham, Cullowhee. 

Floyd Jones, Tuckaseigee 

Robert Crawford, Cullowhee 

Cicero Cowan, Rt. 2, Sylva 

John L. Brown, Sylva 

Mrs. J. J. Brown, Tuckaseigee 

Carlin Cabe, Sylva 

Manley Coggins, Cullowhee 



J. C. Robinson, Glenville 

Ray Rice, Cashiers 

H. S. Queen, Rt. 1, Whittier 

James Potts, Dillsboro 

Owen Aldridge, Cullowhee 

Edward Pittman, Sylva 

*Fred Frizzell, Rt. 2, Sylva 

Richard Sutton, Dillsboro 

G. B. Hall, Dillsboro 

T. W. Ashe, Sylva 

Roy Potts, Cullowhee 

Mrs. Susie Hodgin, Cullowhee 

Allen Crawford, Rt. 1, Sylva 

Bob Mathis, Sylva 

Freeman Buchanan, Rt. 2, Sylva 

V. C. Mathis, Tuckaseigee 

Lewis Keener, Rt. 1, Sylva 

Austin Greene, Rt. 2, Sylva 

Jennings Tucker, Cullowhee 

Walter Brooks, Rt. 2, Whittier 

Joe Sellers, Sylva 

James Ridgeway, Cherokee 

Lloyd Brown, Tuckaseigee 

Jessie Flake, Cullowhee.. 

Vernon Jamison, Sylva 

Carl Corbin, Sylva 

R. 0. Vance, Jr., Sylva 

Hartwell Paterson. Rt. 1, Cullowhee. 

Henry Bryson, Tuckaseigee 

F. F. Middleton, Tuckaseigee 



Roscoe Bryson, Cullowhee 

Edwin Allmon, Webster 

Walter Bryson, Cullowhee 

Berlin Nations, Rt. 2, Whittier. 

Cleve Wood, Tuckaseigee 

J. Q. Hedden, Rt. , Cullowhee. 
Lester Wilson, Rt. 2, Sylva 



OF North Carolina 



309 



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310 



Baptist State Convention 
UNION 



Churches 



Pastor a>t) Post Office 



Sunday School Sxtperintendent 
AND Post Office 



1. Antioch i Robert S. Outla-w, Rt. 7, Monroe 

2. Austin's Grove I B. L. Ccnnell, Rt. 2, Marshville 

3. Benton's Cross Roadsj Vance Edwards, Rt. 1, Monroe 

4. Benton's Heights | L. E. Bookout. King St., Monroe 

5. Bethel , John Long, 1003 Engleside St., Monroe. 



Centerview. 

Central 

Corinth 

Ebenezer 

Euto 



Fairfield 

Faulk's 

Friendly 

Hamilton's Cross 

Roads 

Hartis Grove 

Herman 

Hopewell 

Howie 

Indian Trail 

King Street 

Lanes Creek 

Macedonia 

Marshville 

Mary Elizabeth, 



Bill Cooke, 2800 W. 2nd Ave., Charlotte. 

C. E. Sigmon, Rt. 4, Charlotte 

Sam Stevenson, Rt. 5, Monroe 

J. D. Tucker, Box 261, Oakboro 

R. H. Honeycutt, 605 Fairview Street, 

Kannapolis 

W. B. Holmes, Marshville 

Ernest D. Hancock, Star 

Melvin Helms, Rt. 13, Concord 



F. E. Bauccm, Rt. 2, Marshville 

E. S. Lingle, Rt. 3, Matthews 

N. S. Joyner, Wa.xhaw 

Victor S. Batchelor, Rt. 7, Monroe 

J. Ervin Meltcn. Rt. 5, Monroe 

Melvin Helms, Rt. 13, Concord 

X. S. Joyner, Waxhaw 

Paul Simpson, Rt. 1. Indian Trail 

Glenn L. Rushing, Rt. 4, Monroe 

R. V. Greer, MarshvUle 

John Long, 1003 Engleside St., Monroe.. 

Midwav i Bill Cooke, 2800 W. 2nd Ave., Charlotte. 

.Mill Creek | J. L. O'Quinn, Rt. 3, Monroe 

Monroe: First C. .Arthur Francis, 400 Lancaster Ave., 

Monroe 



North. 
South. 



30. West 

31. Mt. Harmon v. 



32. Mt. .Moriah 

33. Mt. Olive 

34. Mt. Pleasant 

35. Mt. Zion 

36. Mcuntain Springs.. 

37. New Hope 

38. New Salem 

39. Lee Park 

40. Oak Grove 

41. Olive Branch 

42. Philadelphia 

43. Pleasant Hill 

44. Price's Chapel 

45. Roanoke 

46. Sandy Ridge 

47. Sardis 

48. Secrest Grove 



49. Shiloh 

50. L'nion 

51. L^nion Grove 

52. Waxhaw 

53. Wingate 

54. Bonds Grove Mission 

Totals 



Charles Brock Rt. 5, Monroe 

Ray Blackwelder, 1224 Cherrj- Street, 
Monroe 

E. E. Talbert, 1301 Icemorlee St., Monroe 
La\sTence E. Funderburk, Rt. 3, Mat- 
thews 

Peniel Collins, Rt. 1, Pageland, S. C 

James B. Preslar, Phifer St., Monroe.. 
Robert J. Xapier, Box 331, Wingate.. 

Lonnie Sneed, Bragg St., Monroe 

Vance Edwards, Rt. 1. Monroe 

W. B. Homles, Marshville 



Watt H. Penegar, Rt. 1, Monroe 

Delmar T. Griffin, Rt. 1, Waxhaw 

C. H. Arrowood, Rt. 3, Marshville 

L. X.Eplev, Rt. 1. Marshville 

A. C. Moodv, Rt. 2, Marshville 

J. B. Helms, Rt. 2. Waxhaw 

C. E. Sigmon, Rt. 4, Charlotte 

Wade E. Funderburk, Pageland, S. C 

C. C. Honevcutt, Rt. 7, Monroe 

Ray Blackwelder, 1224 Cherry St., Mon- 



Lewis McLean, Rt. 7, Monroe 

George W. Huggins. Marshville.. 
Glenn L. Rushing, Rt. 4, Monroe. 



J. Dewey Hobbs, Jr., Wingate. 



Boyce Turner, Stanfield 

Edward Haigler, Wingate 

Jack Funderburk, Rt. 7, Monroe 

H. B. Humphries, 1313 Concord, Monroe 
Harold Deese, 809 Carolyn Ave., Kan- 
napolis 

J. D. Knight, Rt. 1, Wmgate 

Er\-in Burr, Rt. 1, Indian Trail 

Xeal Gill, Rt. 5, Monroe 

0. L. Hartis, Jr., Rt. 4, Matthews 

Nathan G. Hathcock, Rt. 2, Marshville. 

\. Frank Moore, Rt. 2, Marshville 

Carroll Hanev, Rt. 1, MarshvUle. 

C. R. Helms, Rt. 1, Indian Trail 



Bob A. Tarlton, Rt. 3, Marshville 

James E. Moore, Rt. 2, Matthews 

Harvey Robinson, Rt. 5, Lancaster, S. C. 

Joe Lee Helms, Rt. 1, Indian Trail 

Wayne Winchester, Rt. 6, Monroe 

J. B. Crump, Rt. 3, Matthews 

C. W. Rogers, Waxhaw 

Wesley Stegall, Rt. 1, Wingate 

Wayne Mangum, Rt. 1, Monroe 

T. B. Rushing, Green St., Marshville 

Thomas Richardson, Rt. 2, Waxhaw 

Frank Stegall, Rt, 3, Monroe 

Grant Moore, 706 Deese St., Monroe 

Dr. Paul J. Helms, 805 S. Church Street, 

Monroe 

Blair Helms, 406 Few St„ Monroe 

Harold Wooten, Rt. 7, Monroe 

Robert E, Harris, 1212 Onset PL, Monroe 

Hassle Sustar, Rt, 3, Matthews.. . 

G. Everette Mills, Rt. 1, Pageland, S. C. 

Ralph Xance, Rt. 2, Peachland 

Hollis Walden, Rt. 4, Monroe 

Henry Rape, Rt. 5, Monroe 

Homer Tarlton, Rt. 1, Monroe 

James W. Edwards, Rt. 3, Monroe 

K. C. Long, Rt. 6, Monroe 

Lee Autry, Rt. 4, Monroe 

Rav Williams, Rt. 2, Matthews 

Shurill Mitehum Rt. 3, Marshville 

B. W. Moore, Rt. 1, Marshville 

Curtis Brooks, Rt. 2, Marshville 

Fred A. Robinson, Rt. 3, Waxhaw 

Howard Presslev, Rt. 7, Monroe 

Olin Melton, Rt. 5, Monroe 

Rev. Earl Sossamon, Rt. 1, Indian Trail 



Coy L. Presslev, Rt. 6, Monroe 

John W. McCorkle, Rt. 7, Monroe. 

Walter Aldridge, Rt. 1, Monroe 

W. 0. Freesland, Rt, 2, Marshville. 

W. H. Mullis, Rt. 1, Waxhaw 

C. E. Perry, Rt. 1, Wingate 



OF North Carolina 



311 



UNION 






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300 

116 
165 
122 
240 
173 

102 
225 
321 
151 

247 

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281 

74 

82 

114 

121 

193 

569 

130 

139 

268 



784 
254 

106 
539 

325 
210 
125 
218 
224 
254 
133 
365 
196 
255 
158 
383 
284 
49 
162 
265 
364 

134 
260 
164 
265 
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200 
179 
250 
298 

84 
104 
138 
160 

147 

118 
137 
345 
202 

192 
100 

88 
261 

58 
123 
128 
115 
207 
560 
117 
125 
185 



694 
185 



110 
520 



73 
188 
174 
146 

80 
234 
203 
185 
154 
292 
218 

72 
152 
178 
217 

147 
276 
78 
164 
168 
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132 
110 

78 

70 
141 
129 

77 



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74 



61 
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30 



107 



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700 

2,128 

50,144 



1,149 
142 

643 



908 
2,834 



2,767 

456 

1,196 

2.082 



90 

19,982 

4,392 

401 

1,600 



180.551 



2,147 
451 



26,024 
150 



446 
4,093 



350 

1,859 
8, 37' 
15,958 

784 

3,685 

20 

2,121 

249 

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229 
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2,446 

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274 

314 



8,302 
412 

31 
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264 
330 
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278 
421 
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1,013 
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2,872 
694 
114 
770 

1,171 
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70 

3,961 

472 

76 

355 

5,715 



711 $346,576 



$ 642,115 



$ 56,547 



4,556 

5.988 
7,282 
60,753 

1.756 
3.096 
4,118 
5,209 
4,549 

3,618 
4,936 
9,650 
3,654 

8,525 
3,697 
4,756 
9,663 
979 
3.389 
5,912 
1,807 
3.945 
46,687 
8,616 
5,082 
5,838 



238,271 
4,292 

1,731 
22,961 

9,949 
3,954 
1,952 
33.090 
6,353 
3,912 
2,541 
3,555 
6,493 
8,895 
8,605 
9,450 
6,810 
1,759 
4,576 
13,293 
20,615 

3,708 
19,066 
3,313 
5,270 
5,625 
20,562 



?698,662 



312 



Baptist State Convention 
WEST CHOWAN 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



bUNDAT SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT 

AND Post Office 



1 




W. P. Milne, Ahoskie 

Robert Johns. Conway 


Edwin Rhoads, Ahoskie 


2 


Ashley's Grove 

.A^kewville 

Aulander 

Bethel -.. 


Grover H. Burgess, Conwav 

L. J. White, V\ indsor 


4 


Charles Sinclair, Aulander . 








J. D. Daniel, Pleasant Hill 


fi 


Bethany 

Bethlehem 

Brantley's Grove 


Xorman Kicks, \Mndsor 


J. F. White, Colerain 




Levi Gillikin, Harrellsville. . 


W. A. Thomas, Cofield 


S 






q 


Jack Hill, \Vinton._ 


W. T. Bowles, Como 


in 


Capeharts 

Cashie 

Center Grove 

Christian Harbor 

Colerain 

Connart isa 

Conway 

Creech Memorial 


Paul F. Burke, Merrv Hill 


M. R.Cobb. .Merrv Hill 


11 






v 


D. M. Spell, Powellsville.. 




13 


J . M . Long, Harrellsville . 




14 


P. T. Worrell, Colerain 




In 






Ifi 






17. 

18 


Floyd R. Kev, Wake Forest . . 


G. A. Baker, Ahoskie. 


IP 




Lonnie Sasser, Murfreesboro . 


Robert E. Brinklev, Ahcskie 


■?n 


Edgewood Chapel 

Elam___ 


Robert A.. Gardner, Windsor 


Donald McNair, A\ indsor 


■'1 




C. B, Painter, Garysburg 


?9 




Rov D. Campbell. Colerain 

H.T. Dildav, Seaboard.. 


n 


Galatia 


Braxton Ricks, Conwav 


M 


Green's Cross Roads. 
Harrellsville 




C. F. AsbeU, Windsor. 


•'5 




R. L. Rowe, Harrellsville.. . 


?fi 






07 


Holly Grove 

Holly Springs 


Levi Gillikin. Harrellsville 


D. A. Bvrd, Jr.. Ahoskie 


•?8 


Jack Hill. Winton.. . . 


Curtis Eure, Winton 


•?P 






30 








31 


Kelford 






^■■> 




Flovd R. Kev, Wake Forest. . . 




33 








34 








3t 


Margarettsville 

Mars Hill 






36 


H. G. Thompson. Colerain.... 


Carroll Northcctt, Colerain 


37 




F. Milan Johnson, Murfreesboro 


Earl S. V^ann, Murfreesboro 


38 




R. V. Parker, Woodland 


3Q 


Merrv Hill 


Oscar Turner. Merrv Hill 

E. A. Cline, Enfield" ... 


James P. Love, Merrv Hill 


40 


Mt. Carmel 


D. B. Maddrev, Seaboard.. 


41 


Mt. Tabor 


Lonnie Sasser, Murfreesboro . . . _ . 


Jerome Tinkham, Ahoskie _ . . 


42. 

43 


M urf reesboro 


Rowland S. Pruett, Murfreesboro 


Bob F. Hill, Murfreesboro 

Douglas R. Miller 


44 






Glenn Askew, Aulander 


45, 




J. B. Dailev, Jackson 

D. M. Spell, Powellsville 


E. B. Lassiter, Potecasi.. 


4R 


Powellsville 




47 


K. E. Bryant, .\hoskie.. .. 




48. 
4fl 


Rich Square 


C. W. Kreamer. Rich Square 

Eugene E. Johns, Merry Hill 

Randolph Phillips, Pendleton 

Robert F. L%mb°rt, Rt. 3, Windsor.. 

Charles N. Cranford, Roxobel 


Robert C. Parker, Rich Square 

C. W. Williams, Merrv Hill 


50. 
51 


Robert's Chapel 

Ross 


Benjamin Mann, Pendleton 

C. 0. White, Colerain 


52. 
53 


Sandy Runn 


J. Hebron Morris, Roxobel 

I. Y. Daniel, Seaboard.. . . 


54 


Severn 

Siloam 




Ralph W. Britt, Severn 


55 


J. A. Pittman, Hsilifax.. 




5fi 


W. E. Carter, Aulander 

H. G. Thompson, Cokrxin 

Roy D. Caraobell, Colerain 

Jack Hill. Winton.. . 


W. B. Askew, Ahoskie 


57. 

58 


Union 

Wakelon 


C. H. Moore, .4hoskie 

R. A. Matthews. Colerain 


51 




Ralnh Parrish, Winton . 


fiO 


Woodland 

Totals 


Harold W. Tribble, .Jr.. Woodland 


Leslie B. White, Woodland.- . . . - 







OF North Carolina 



313 



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70 



25,053 

3,373 

2,426 

6,559 

1.441 

751 

1,381 

722 

1,684 

1,644 

5,299 

1,406 

2,687 

5,736 

1,631 

3,709 

722 

2,254 

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785 

2,041 

526 

1,856 

1,293 

3,534 

593 

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375 

343 

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1,443 

417 

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633 

704 

180 

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3,049 

1,785 

612 

2,531 

2,120 

2,404 

1,147 

565 

3,339 

3.366 

548 

926 

1,624 

220 

1,800 

2,483 



$ 459,079 $133,297 $592,376 



314 



Baptist State Convention 

WEST LIBERTY 



CHmCHES 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



1 






C. G. Rose, Unaka 


•> 


BeUHill 


* Howard Kilpatrick, .\ndrews 

* W. T. Treutt, Culberson 

Colvin Thompson, Rt. 2, Murphy 




3. 
4 


Culberson 


* Mrs. Homer Raper, Culberson.. 

Norene Graham, Rt. 4, Murphy 


S 






fi 




J. 0. Winkler, .Murphy 

Colvin Thompson, Rt. 2, Murphy 

A. C. Dale, Rt. 4. Turtletown, Tenn 


George Coleman, Rt. 3, Murphy 






Mrs. Joe Denton, Rt. 2, Culberson 


8. 
Q 


Liberty 

Little Glade 


Walter Anderson, Rt. 1, Turtletown, 
Tenn 


10. 
11 


Macedonia 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Liberty 

Mt. Moriah 

Mt. Nebo .. 


Grady C. Chastain, Rt. 1, Culberson 


J. W. BaUew, Rt. 1, Copperhill, Tenn... 


12. 
13. 
14 


N. B. Davis, Rt. 1, Mineral Bluff. Ga._. 

A. E. Brown. Rt. 2, Culberson 

Flovd Wall. Blairsville, Ga... 


Vernon Herron, Rt. 4, Murphy 

Lester Cole, Rt. 2, Culberson 


15. 
16. 

17 


Mt. Olive 

Mt. Pleasant 

Oak Grove . . . 


W. R. Henson, Mineral Bluff, Ga 

Hadlev Shields, Mineral Bluff, Ga 


Clvde Stuart, Isabella, Tenn 

C. S. Ware, Culberson 

CoUis Roberts, Rt. 4, Murphy 


18. 
19. 
20. 
''1 


Ogreeta 

Pleasant Hill 

Ranger 

River Valley 

Shady Grove 

Shoal Creek 

Simonds Chapel 


Oscar Winkler, Rt. 3, Murphv 

• W. T. Smith, Murphy 

Luther Swanson, Rt. 4, Murphy 


Fred Martin, Rt. 3, Murphy 

* Mrs. Bertha Baine, Farmer, Tenn 

J.H. MoDteith, Rt. 4, Murphy 


?9 


W.T.Truett, Rt. 2, Culberson 


* Henry Truett, Rt. 2, Culberson 


23. 
24. 


Colvin Thompson, Rt. 2, Murphy 


Paul Ray Hawkins, Rt. 4, Murphy 

James Golden, Rt. 2. Culberson 

Parrott Hedden, Rt. 2, Murphy. 


?6 






* Claude HoUowav, Rt, 4, Murphy.. 


?7 




L. B. Crowder, Rt. 4, Murphy 

* Drew Lunsford, Rt. 4, Murphv 

W. D. Graham, Violet Rt., Farmer, Tenn. 


Lola Jones, Rt. 4, Murphv 


'>S 


Union.. . . . . 


' Lester Flovd, Suit R. S., Murphy 


29. 


Violet 


Mrs. Lottie Murphy, Violet Rt., Farmer, 
Tenn 















WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA 


1 




T. C. Christmas, Andrews 







Bethabara 

Boiling Springs 

Calvary 

Downing's Creek 






3 




Wayne -Abernathv, Rt. 3, Murphy 


4 


Raymond Carroll, Muprhy ... 


* Earl Vandiver, Murphy. 


,5 






6 




* Everette Hogsed, Rt. 3, Hayesville .. . 








•J. E. Groves, Rt. 3, Murphy 


8 


Fire's Creek 


* Clarence Martin, Hayesville 


* Van Roach, Hayesville 


P 






10 


Hanging Dog 

Harmony 

Hewitt's 

Junaluska 

Little Brasstown 

Maltbv-. 


Cliffton Elliott, Murphv 


Burt Genterv, Rt. 3, Murphy 


11. 


Clarence L. .Adams, Robbinsville 

Clint Grant, Rt. 1, -Andrews .. 


Frank Coleman, Murphy 

Thomas H. Grant, -Andrews 


13. 
14 


Fred Shields, .Andrews 


Bass -Mosteller, -Andrews 


1,5 


John Davis, Mineral Bluff, Ga 


G. A. Jones, Rt. 1, Marble 


Ifi 


Marble Springs 

Meadow Grove 

Mission Hill 

Moccasin Creek 

Moss Memorial 

Mt. Pisgah 

Mt. Pleasant 

Mt. Zion 


Frank Walsh, Marble 


17 


F. B. Garrett, Hayesville 




18 




19. 

?0 


Loy Thomas, Blairsville, Ga 


T. E. Anderson, Rt. 2, Murphy 

Paul Moore, Rt. 1, Hayesville 


21. 
22. 


James Rogers, Warne 

Mason Hudspeth, Hayesville 

-Albert Studdard, -Murphv . 


Ray Mann, Hayesville 

Paul Kilpatrick, Rt. 1, Hayesville 

Jim Donley, Rt. 1, Marble 


24. 
25. 
?6 


Mountain View 

Murphy, First 

Murphy, Second 

New Hope 


Carl Denney, Rt. 1, -Andrew 

J. -Alton Morris, Murphy 


Harlev Grant, Rt. 1, Andrews 

John Gill, Murphy 

Earl Vandiver, Rt. 1, Murphy 


?1 


Oda Rodger 




9.H 


New Martin's Creek. 
Xotla. 


H. L. Martin, Rt. 2, Murphy 


?9 


Fred Stiles, Rt. 4, Murphy 


Mrs. Nora Spencer, Rt. 2, Murphy 


30 


Oak Grove 


* Grover Moss, Marble 

Francis Postell. -Andrews 

Berline Thomason , Warne 




31. 
32. 


Oak View 

Old Shooting Creek.. 


John Cheek, Rt. 4, Hayesville 

Donald Ledford, Rt. 1, Hayesville 



OF North Carolina 



315 



WEST LIBERTY 





i 
1 

CO 


1 

pa 


SI 


Jl 


J3 
S 

> 


1 


a 
'S ? 

'.s s 

E- 


c 


-a c 

II 

m 


C 3 S 

2 


Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


§1 


Grand Total Exp. 
(Add Last Two 
Totals) 


1. 


2 
*4 


14 
*25 


187 
*80 
*162 
45 
224 
42 
60 

285 
*185 
235 

79 
143 
190 
*102 

99 
106 
110 

51 
*92 

84 

26 
227 

77 

53 
101 

40 
126 
*65 

148 


136 
*86 
*40 
60 
87 
41 
49 

138 
*50 
100 
71 
78 
45 
60 
55 
78 
80 
49 
•15 
48 
26 
58 
33 
41 
48 
25 
20 
*40 

119 










t 


S 1,162 
•1,100 


$ 222 


S 1.384 


2. 












•1,100 


3. 


*18 
48 
50 












4. 


2 

4 
1 
2 

4 


11 

7 
3 

11 


23 
72 








375 

2,935 

412 

210 

4,047 


111 
742 
50 
94 

371 
53 
92 
98 

595 

174 

10 

4 

22 

168 
67 


486 


5. 


14 






3,677 


6. 






462 


7. 


20 

89 
37 
60 










304 


8. 


66 






746 


4.418 


9. 






53 


10. 


4 

4 
2 


9 
10 

4 








20 


1,729 

504 

1,038 

1,078 


1,821 


11. 


40 






602 


12. 










1,633 


13. 










248 


1,252 


14. 


2 

1 
4 
4 

1 


3 
1 










10 


15. 


25 
50 

18 








874 
2,000 


1,681 

2,116 

1,862 

490 


1,685 


16. 








2,138 


17. 








2,030 


18. 










557 


19. 


•8 
25 
18 
43 
25 
32 
20 
20 
20 












20. 
21. 


4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 

*2 
2 




2 

4 

1 

14 

•G 

14 


29 


18 


33 


941 


1,893 
140 
677 
775 
355 
225 
100 
148 
•285 

1,766 


233 

21 

299 

18 

10 

"3 

221 


2,126 
140 


22. 


32 








698 


23. 






215 
186 


1,074 


24. 








373 


25. 








235 


26. 










100 


27. 










151 


28. 










•285 


29. 


4 


42 


107 


16 


9 


295 


1,987 




140 


3,424 


1,776 




668 


369 


48 


42 


$ 5,525 


i 27,103 


$ 3,678 


$ 30,781 













WESTERN NORTH 


CAROLINA 






1. 

2. 


4 
3 

1-3 
3 

2-4 


6 
3 

•10 


573 

61 
182 
•98 
•105 
•41 
•192 
•87 
•170 
244 

28 
•90 

40 
309 

88 
486 
124 

31 

70 

35 
182 
116 
129 

49 
719 

39 
•62 
190 
130 
•117 

42 
126 


402 

40 

•44 

•124 

•86 

•52 

•75 

•40 

•73 

85 

40 

40 

45 

158 

65 

372 

96 

32 

45 

50 

85 

105 

103 

78 

571 

40 

•49 

•95 

110 

•80 

87 

119 


157 


123 


119 


55 


$ 


$ 15,155 
226 


$ 5,418 
10 


$ 20,673 
236 


3. 


32 








4,000 




4. 










60 

267 

82 


60 


5. 












666 
•603 


832 


6. 










•60 


•603 


7. 












82 


8. 




















9. 














"" 




31 
195 
31 
20 
50 
123 
110 
750 
53 


31 


10. 


4 
4 
2 
3 
4 
4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
2 
4 
4 


9 
2 

8 

7 

"""26 
2 

5 
4 
3 

1 
24 












1,578 
280 
637 


1,773 


11. 












311 


12. 












657 


13. 












60 


14. 
15. 


94 
20 
106 
57 


58 




34 


682 


9,307 

1,811 

10,937 

2,880 


9,430 
1,921 


16. 
17. 


100 


85 


50 


6,578 
1,729 


11,687 
2,933 


18. 










19. 


20 


25 








14 

464 

907 

1,900 

1,001 

1,083 

39,974 

826 


31 

60 

673 

1,777 

1,011 

65 

8,432 

43 

40 

96 

30 


45 


20. 






19 

348 

39 

20,796 


514 


21. 
22. 
23. 


62 
79 
46 
20 
226 
30 
20 


12 
51 


12 
34 


16 
20 


1,680 
3,677 
2,012 


24. 








1,148 


25. 
26. 


217 


172 


60 


48,406 
869 


27. 










40 


28. 


2 
2 


9 










1,085 
911 


1,181 


29. 


78 








120 


941 


30. 










31. 


2 
2 


2 
20 


35 


25 








524 

78 


123 
22 


647 


32. 






73 


100 



316 Baptist State Convention 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



33. Owl Creek 

34. Peachtree Memorial . 

35. Philadelphia 

36. Pine Log 

37. Pisgah 

38. Pleasant Valley 

39. Red Marble 

40. Rowland's Creek 

41. Shadv Grove 

42. Shiloh 

43. Tcmotla 

44. Topton 

45. Truett Memorial 

46. Upper Peachtree 

47. Valley Ri%'er 

48. Valley Town 

49. Vengence Creek 

50. Bealtown Mission __. 



Totals - 



Clifton EUiotte, Murphy. 
G. E. Scruggs, Murphy-. 



Virge Brown, Warne 

F. L. Weaver. Rt. 3. Blairsville, Ga. 

Marvin Hampton, Murphy 

Algie West, Marble 

J. C. Day, Topton 

Jimmy Rogers, Warne 

James R. Ledford, Hayesville 

Jack Palmer, Rt. 1, Marble 

Frank James, Robbinsville 

John Grant, Hayesville 

F. B. Garrett, Hayesville 

Robert Barker, Murphy 

* Ralph Matheson, Robbinsville 

Algie West, Marble 



Robert Haas, Murphy 

Lloyd Hendrix, Rt. 1, Murphy 

Ward Hogsed, Hayesville 

Virgle Dye, Brasstown 

Walter Ellis, Andrews.. _ 

Horace Hembree, Rt. 1, Murphy. 

John West, Almond 

Dewitt Mason, Topton 

Early Swanson, Hayesville 

Frank Wempy, Rt. 4, Hayesville. 

James A. Davis, Rt. 1, Marble 

Harlev Roper, Topton 

A. F. Padgett, Rt. 2, Hayesville.. 

Osbern Yonce, Rt. 1, Murphy 

Roy Hyde, Rt. 1, Andrews 

* Clarence West, Rt. 1, Andrews. 
Don Green, Rt. 1, Marble 



WILMINGTON 



1. Atkinson 

2. Barlowe Vista 

3. Bear Branch 

4. Bethany 

5. Bethlehem 

6. Brockwood 

7. Burgaw 

8. Canetuck _ 

9. Carolina Beach 

10. Castle Hayne 

11. Caswell 

12. Catherine Lake 

13. Centerville 

14. Fernside (Watchcarel 

15. Forest Hills.. 

16. Hampstead ._ 

17. Harris Creek 

18. Haw Bluff 

19. Ivanhoe 

20. Jacksonville: First 

21. New River 

22. Long Creek 

23. Long Leaf 

24. Maple Hill 

25. Masonboro 

26. Moore's Creek 

27. Mt. Holly 

28. Myrtle Grove 

29. New Hope 

30. Oak Grove 



Wil- 



N one 

R. H. Lineberger, Hampstead 

B. .M. Jordan, 3704 S. Front St.. 

mington 

L. L. King, Box 204, Richlands 

L. L. Johnson, Magnolia 

M. R. Haire, 12 Warlick St., Jacksonville 



Luther H. Morphis, Burgaw 

Harry J. Moore, Currie 

L. Guilford Daugherty, Box 602, Caro- 
lina Beach 

Jerry \\. Townsend, 508 Greenfield St., 

Wilmington 

L. L. Johnson, Magnolia 

Ottis L. King, Richlands 

None 

Robert 0. Brown, 5 Jacksonville Ave., 

Wilmington 

Harry J. Moore, Currie 

Daniel Page, 522 Mac Rae St., Wilming- 
ton 

A. C. Williams, Rt. 3, Jacksonville 



Dennis R. Hewett, Supply 

Odell Blanton, Supply 

E. S. Summers (Interim Pastor) 
Westminster Dr., Jacksonville... 

W. L. Saunders, Jr., 416 New River Dr 
Jacksonville 



113 



Alden Hicks, Rt. 2, Burgaw 

W. E. Entrekin, Shipyard Blvd., Wil- 
mington 



Morris H. Andrews, Hampstead 

Milton Boone, Rt. 2, Box 25, Wilmington 



L. L. Johnson, Magnolia 

C. L. Turner, Burgaw 

J. E. Allard, Rt. 2, Box 139-A, Wilming- 
ton 

J. C. Spivev, 305 Church St., Wilmington 
J. H. Lackev, Rt. 1, Box 172, Wilmington 



M. F. Kelly, Sr., Atkinson.. 
Clifton Howard, Hampstead. 



Stuait Devon, Rt. 1, Currie 

Lloyd Williams, Rt. 1, Richlands 

Albert Anderson, Rt. 1, Currie 

D. M. Campbell, 111 E. Bayshore, Jack- 
sonville 

R. R. Rich, Burgaw 

Graham Moore, Currie 



Louis G. Leiner, Sr., Carolina Beach 

Herbert Branch, Jr., Rt. 1, Castle Hayne 



Dalton Parker, Richlands. 
Malcolm Clifton, Kelly 



Robert Eakins, Burgaw 

J. J. Smith, Hampstead 

Edward J. Brown, Rt. 3, Box 194-C, 

Jacksonville 

James Horrell, Ivanhoe 

T. M. Lyerly, Ivanhoe 

Wade Higgins, 310 Warn St., Jacksonville 

W. H. Barkley, 506 Nelson Dr., Jackson- 
ville. 

M. C. Warters, Rt. 2, Burgaw 

L. L. Roberson, 210 Davie Dr., Wilming- 
ton 

T. M. Batts, Maple Hill 

Howard Shepherd, Rt. 3, Box 129, Wil- 
mington 

G. W. Williams, Currie 

F. A. Murray, Burgaw 

J.R.Teachev, Rt. 2, Box 141, Wilmington 

Lloyd Bordeaux, P. 0. Box 33, Leland.. 

Arthur Southerland, Rt. 1, Box 279-A, 

Wilmington 



OF North Carolina 



317 



WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA— Continued 





1 


1 


|1 


>>'o 
P 


•IJs 

> 


■5 1 

■gK 


s i 


-a g 

s 


c- . C 


Total Local 
Church Exj). 
(Including 
Pastor's 
Salary) 


3 


Grand Total Exp. 
(Add Last Two 
Totals) 


33. 


2 
4 
4 
2 
2 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 
4 
4 
4 
2 
4 
*4 
2 


'""22 
9 

8 
3 

7 
7 

18 
1 

16 
*13 

10 


90 
329 

45 
234 

15 
121 
319 

60 
111 

60 
217 

78 
341 
124 
585 
*453 
107 


104 
232 
35 
114 
50 
97 
142 
34 
79 
54 
75 
65 
255 
100 
182 
*150 
93 
36 










$ 


$ 270 

5,016 

480 

517 

289 

1,919 

-- 

1.522 


$ 163 

764 

5 

25 

10 

280 
284 

442 

17 
137 

93 
1,140 

37 
346 

74 
173 


$ 433 


34. 
35. 


122 


50 


21 


6 


299 


5.780 

485 


36. 


28 


50 






246 


542 


37. 






299 


38. 


76 










2,199 


39. 








155 


284 


40. 










50 


41. 
42. 




32 


5 


14 


296 


1,964 
17 


43. 


"'"'22 
103 
24 
75 
*54 


35 
66 
76 






144 


1,949 
612 

7,692 
701 

2,107 
•2,320 

1,229 


2,086 


44. 


12 

83 




705 


45. 
46. 




316 
17 


8,832 
738 


47. 








2,453 


48. 


51 






*20 
498 


2,394 


49. 






1,402 


50. 


































252 


8,244 


5,347 


1,622 


1,048 


543 


245 


$ 35,435 


1 119,418 


i 23,573 


1142,991 







WILMINGTON 



1. 

2. 


All 
All 


3 
33 


289 
249 


207 
273 


89 
96 


69 
64 


37 

81 


20 
15 


I 100 

10,248 


1 7,254 
18.153 


$ 1,656 
1,234 


1 8,910 
19,387 


3. 


2-4 
All 
2-4 


16 


76 
133 
95 


55 

181 
65 












522 
2,679 
1,319 


66 
241 
193 


588 


4. 




70 
29 






307 
199 


2,920 


5. 


18 




1,512 


6. 
7. 
8. 


All 
All 
2-4 

All 


5 


155 

477 
60 

353 


230 

407 

40 

360 


""156 
44 

165 


107 
66 
26 

40 


64 
106 


63 
14 


1,005 


5,062 
14,974 
1,098 

13,343 


311 

3,845 

177 

2.579 


5,373 
18,819 
1.275 


9. 


125 


25 


2,558 


15,922 


10. 


All 

4 
All 
All 


10 
- 
3 


53 

26 
49 
179 


41 


38 


33 


8 






1.358 

153 

795 

10,425 


23 

11 

116 

1,355 


1,381 


11. 






164 


12. 


35 

190 


45 


28 
75 


8 
31 






911 


13. 




4,169 


11,780 


14. 


All 
1-3 








45 
53 
















15. 


4 


86 


74 


33 


19 


14 


32 


2,172 


313 


2,485 


16. 


All 

1-2-3-4 
1-3 
2-4 


1 

36 

9 


87 

161 
130 
56 


93 

139 
111 

44 


83 
140 


39 
63 


4 






3,707 

4,441 
2,604 
1,827 


364 

216 
833 
967 


4.071 


17. 




1,533 


4,657 


18. 


22 

12 




3,437 


19. 


32 






106 


2,794 


20. 


All 


114 


1,027 


612 


269 


226 


181 


43 


1,400 


31,936 


6,600 


38,536 


21. 
22. 


All 
1-2-3-4 

All 
1-3 

All 
2-4 
1-2-3-4 


38 

30 
17 

13 

1 
4 


201 
175 

522 

88 

374 
86 
146 


428 
135 

607 
108 

323 

84 
97 


217 

76 

235 
74 

145 
30 
55 


84 
52 

128 
87 

93 

""'35 


72 
16 

131 


34 


6,842 


21,108 
4,645 

23,717 
3,676 

11,210 
1,496 
7,537 


2,429 
454 

2,364 
301 

2,071 
288 
665 


23,537 
5.099 


23. 
24. 


38 


594 
859 

459 
664 


26,081 
3,977 


25. 
26. 

27. 


50 
12 
36 


90 


13,281 

1,784 
8,202 


28. 
29. 


All 
1-3 


5 
3 


79 
50 


110 

47 


48 
31 


41 
27 


47 
12 




274 
89 


2,700 
1,166 


466 
646 


3.166 
1,812 


30. 


All 


14 


76 


79 




39 


16 


20 


102 


1,281 


256 


1,537 



318 



Baptist State Convention 
WILMINGTON— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



31. Ogden (Watchcare). 

32. Olivet 



33. Penderlea. 

34. Pine View. 



35. Providence. 



36. Rilev's Creek. 

37. Salem 

38. Sea Gate 



39. Seashore - 



40. Shiloh 

41. Silver Lake 

42. Surf City (Watchcare) 

43. Wallace, First 

44. Watha 

45. Well's Chapel 

46. WiJlard-.- 

47. Wilmington: Calvary 



48. East 

49. First 

50. Gibson Avenue.. 



51. Lake Fcrest- 

52. Southside... 



53. Sunset Park- 



54. Tabernacle. 

55. Temple 



56. Winter Park. 



57. Wrightsboro. 



Mission Vacation 
Bible Schools: 

East Wallace 

Houston Moore. 

Kure Beach 

Murrayville 



Totals. 



Wm. A. WaUace, Rt. 1, Box 161, Wil- 
mington 

T. K. Woody, Jr., 508 Princess Street, 
Wilmington 



Dennis R. Hewett, Supply _ 
Stephen Mintz, Leland 



None. 



E.B.Stewart, Rocky Point 

Jack H. Mansfield, Snead's Ferry 

0. A. Anderson, 16 S. Greenville Ave., 
Wilmington 

Oscar W. Gardner, Box 21, Wrightsville 

C. W. Jones.Rt" X'Wat'ha.'.'. . 

None 

E.J. Hines, Box 3 1 , Holly Ridge 

E.Eugene Poston, Wallace 

Harvey J. Moore, Currie 

None 

C. L. Turner, Burgaw 

A. L. McGee, 2422 Shirley Rd., Wilming- 
ton. 



Paul Mull, 137 Mercer Ave., Wilmington 

Randolph L. Gregory, 15 Forest Hills 
Dr., Wilmington 

Reeves C. Cline, 2118 Gibson Avenue, 
Wilmington 



B. M. Smith, Jr., 102 Lake Forest Park- 
way, Wilmington 



James Pollard, 1536 Parmele Dr., Wil- 
mington 



A. T. Greene, Jr., 101 Northern Blvd., 
Wilmington 



None 

W. D. Morris, 2222 Market St., Wil- 
mington .. 



Elwood R. Orr, 4608 Wrightsville Ave., 
Wil mington 



A. B. Bumgarner, 642 Castle Hayne Rd., 
Wilmington 



Julian Walker, 200 Victoria Dr., Wil- 
mington 

Donald Sluder, Rt. 1, Willard 

G. A. McFayden, Rt. 1, Box 9, Wilming- 
ton 

Buren H. Shepard, Rt. 1, Box 143, Holly 

Ridge 

Edward Wilson, Rocky Point 

H. U. Justice, Sr., Snead's Ferry 

Cecil Hunt, 118 Sebrell Ave., Wilmington 

Roy Lee Barron, Wrightsville Beach 

Gordon Mclntyre, Rt. 1, Ivanhoe 

Frank Milby, Rt. 2, Wilmington 

Edgar J. Herring, Surf City 

Jesse Jenkins, Wallace 

Roy Moore, Watha 

Leighton Hall, Rt. 1, Box 169, Wallace.. 
Beech Hollon, Willard 



Chester Moore, 708 N. 23rd St., WU- 
mington 

Fred W. Davis, 124 Colonial Circle, 
Wilmington 

W. R. Jones, 1506 Ann St., Wilmington. 

W. L. Carter, 2117 Gibson Ave., Wilmmg- 
ton 

R. W. Marett, 211 Parkway Dr., Wil- 
mington 

C. B. Sellers, 2408 Princess Place. Drive, 
Wilmington 

C. E. Gosnell, 2532 Washington Street, 
Wilmington 

W. E. Raftery, 218 Castle St., Wilmington 

J. H. Chambers, 2210 Klein Rd., Wil- 
mington 

James F. Mills, 112 S. 41st St., Wilming- 
ton 

N. W. Mintz, 630 Fern Dr., Wilmington. 



YADKIN 



1 


Arlington 






f 




W. C. Barkley, Troutman 

Paul Moore, Rt. 3, Yadkinville 


L. G. Wallace, Rt. 5, Mocksville 


3 


Bethel 


Allen Chamberlain, Rt. 3, Yadkinville . . 


4 




R. J. Hogan, Boonville 

E. G. Jordan, Boonville 

Melvyn Curlee, Rt. 5, Mocksville. 
E. W. McMurray, Rt. 2, Yadkinvi 
Richard B. Day, P. 0. Box 7445, 




H. B. Gentry, Boonville . 


5 


Charity 




fi 


Courtney 


Batry Smith, Rt. 5, Mocksville 


7 
8 


Deep Creek= 

East Bend . . 


le..._ 
Win- 


Henry Lee Shore, Rt. 5, Mocksville 






Thomas A. Honeycutt, 1215 Brookstown 








Ave., Winston-Salem 



OF North Carolina 



319 



WILMINGTON— Continued 









a 

il 
-1 

E- 


II 

>i'o 

-a c 

-72 


.2 S=| 

> 


'S = 

E^ 


si 


-a g 
J B 


III 


Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Pastor's 

Salary) 


a k^ 
.2 ^ 

-1 
E- 


Grand Total Exp. 
(Add Last Two 
Totals) 


31. 


All 

All 
2-4 








96 

102 

79 






1 


$ 


$ 


S 


32. 
33. 


9 
9 


176 
115 


195 
104 


47 
42 


41 
20 


15 


34 


6,950 
1,965 


1,020 
550 


7.970 
2,515 


34. 


All 

All 
All 
All 


2 

9 

13 
35 


42 

152 
333 

185 


86 

198 
296 
263 


57 

119 
118 
139 


25 

59 
75 

78 






1,030 

520 

6,983 

470 


2,976 

6,155 
14,050 
5,109 


35 

495 
1,473 

828 


3,011 


35. 
36. 
37. 


24 

72 
58 


""'28 
27 


6.650 
15.523 
5,937 


38. 


All 


25 


557 


466 


165 


93 


137 


56 


35 


13,034 


3,361 


16,395 


39. 


All 

All 

All 

All 

All 
2-4 
1-2-3-4 
1-2-3-4 


2 
4 
23 
12 
76 
2 
3 
4 


68 
318 
130 

32 
1,050 

81 
308 
202 


56 
224 
135 

70 
1.059 

66 
191 
154 


32 

89 

"""64 

382 

60 

97 
97 


25 
106 
99 

'"'360 

"""90 
68 


14 
50 
35 

8 
273 

8 
77 
57 






5,906 
6,020 
5,640 
1,734 

60,739 
1,157 
2,861 

10,535 


75 

1,128 

47 

279 

19,326 

349 

1,938 

244 


5.981 


40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 


""'"is 
""'ioe 


519 

2,265 

59 

26,979 


7,148 
5,687 
2,013 
80,065 
1,506 


45. 
46. 


37 
26 


""7^950 


4,799 
10,779 


47. 


All 


37 


785 


564 


258 


231 


190 


40 


14,332 


45,498 


4,252 


49,750 


48. 


All 




234 


127 


97 


51 


45 


14 


6,000 


12,624 


134 


12,758 


49. 


All 


44 


1,560 


917 


165 


140 


345 


60 


2,779 


14,065 


22,406 


36,471 


50. 


All 


5 


399 


420 


169 


145 


81 


30 


1,048 


11,630 


1,335 


12,965 


51. 


All 


85 


575 


788 


382 


93 


116 


48 


223 


27,198 


1,926 


29,124 


52. 


All 


39 


578 


421 


113 


66 


140 


35 


145 


13,200 


3,054 


16,254 


53. 
54. 


All 
All 


89 
2 


1,216 
175 


1,220 
248 


409 
90 


302 
44 


295 

49 


130 

8 


1,560 


40,943 
9,396 


12,303 
1,509 


53,246 
10,905 


55. 


All 


85 


1,180 


1,132 


327 


253 


348 


74 


2,417 


63,140 


12,958 


76,098 


56. 


All 


19 


805 


986 


247 


283 


350 


120 


25,664 


50,702 


12,854 


63,556 


57. 


All 


30 


755 


634 




176 


118 


100 




37,521 


5,114 


42,635 


58. 










94 
130 
31 
42 
















59. 
























60. 
























61. 


















































1,046 


17,549 


16,195 


6,487 


4,505 


4,059 


1,348 


S132,552 


$ 673,106 


$140,033 


$813,139 



YADKIN 



4 
All 
1-3-4 
All 

1-4 
All 
All 



All 



7 

"""12 
18 
21 
5 
21 

19 


328 
202 
191 
449 
322 
275 
323 

188 


253 
208 
137 
385 
187 
196 
270 

206 


91 
126 

76 
130 
100 
106 
106 

76 


67 

""i06 

74 
72 
70 

47 


26 
76 
21 
144 
64 
24 
69 

53 




S 






25 


20, 555 

8,408 








1,765 



7,997 


$ 1,681 


3,932 


252 


1,685 


625 


29,723 


4,356 


11,808 


378 


5,064 


903 


7,236 


1,443 


8,123 


424 



9,678 
4,184 
2,310 
34,079 
12,186 
5,967 
8,679 



320 



Baptist State Convention 
YADKIN— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Superintendent 
ANT) Post Office 



q 




J. C. Shore. Rt. 2, East Bend 


G. W. Fearrington, Rt. 1, Pfafftown 


in 


Flat Rock 


A. R. Hastings, Hamptonville.. 




11 




J. D. Whbnant, Rt. 2, Yadkinville 

J. L. Bvrd, 634 South St., Mount Airv.. 

J. G. Mgood, Rt. 2. Yadkinville 

Thomas E. Dyar, Rt. 1, Jonesville 


Leih Malcolm, Rt. 2, Yadkinville 


n 


Friendship 


C. G. Angell, Rt. 1, East Bend 


13 


David Hollar, Rt. 2, Yadkinville 


14 






15 




Robert Martin, Box 435, Jonesville . 


16 


Mt. Bethel 






i; 


Mt.Zion.. 




Joe Ball, Rt. 2, Yadkinville 


18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 


Mountain View 

New Hope 

North Oak Ridge 

Richmond Hill 

Rock Springs 

Sandy Springs 

Shady Grove.- 

South Oak Ridge 

Swaims 


Dewey .Armstrong, Rt. 7, Winston-Salem. 

Clyde Settle, Rt. 4, Statesville 

Irvin Wallace, Harmony 

A. C. Larrimore. 1315 Winfield Drive, 
Winston-Salem.. 


Jimior Royal, Hamptonville 

Roy Turner, Hamptonville 

George Moxley, Rt. 2, Boonville 

Arnold Hobson, Rt. 1, Boonville 


90 


Paul Moore, Rt. 3, Yadkinville... 


Raymond E. Dickens, Rt. 2, Harmony... 


23. 
?4 


H. W. Hutchens. Mocksville 

E. L. Reese, Rt. 2, Boonville 


Beecher Grose, Rt. 2, Harmony 

Raeford Oliver, Rt. 2, Boonville 


25. 
■'fi 


Frank Wilson, Rt. 2, Yadkinville 

L. E. .Myers, Bo.\ 332, Jonesville 

A. E. Gentry, 1426 Miller St., Winston- 


\y. Bryce Reavis, Rt. 3, Yadkinville 

Jimmie Lee Cook, Rt. 1, Jonesville 


27. 


Turners Creek 

Union Grove 

West Bend 


Wm. (Bud) Brawley, Rt. 2, Yadkinville.. 


28. 


Jack L. Gentry, Bocnville 

Richard C. Copeland, Box 313, Guilford. 
A. C. Cheshire, 1226 Bingham Avenue, 


Frank W. Hobson, Boonville 

Peyton A. Foster, Rt. 1, Lewisville 


30. 


Yadkin Valley 

Yadkinville 

Totals 


Tavlor Foster, Rt. 1, Advance 


31 


Roger R. Jackson, Yadkinville 


E.'C. Eaton, Yadkinville 







YANCEY 



1 


Bald Creek 


James Beaver, Rt. 2, Burnsville 

Lyda Ray, Rt.3, Burnsville 

Lloyd Greene, Rt. 1, Spruce Pine... 

A. Z. Jamerson, St. Rt.. Burnsville 

P. 0. McMahan, Rt. 3, Bakersville 

Charles B. Trammel. Burns\nlle 

E. G. Adkins, BurnsviUe 

Park Whitson, Rt. 1, Bakersville... 




2. 
3 


Banks Creek 

Blue Rock 


John Burleson, Rt. 1, Burnsville 

Gaither McMahan, Newdale. 


4. 
5. 
6. 


Bolen's Creek 

Brown's Creek 

Burnsville: First 

West... 


* Harold Harris, Star Rt., Burnsville 

* Sam Hensley, Celo 

Dawson Briggs, Burnsville 

Fred Phoenix, Rt. 1, Burnsville 


8. 

q 


Byrd's Chapel 

Cane River. 


Kenneth Batty, Rt. 4, Box 250, Burns- .. 

ville 

Bill Ball, Rt. , Burnsville 


10. 

11 


Clay Mound 


Niram Phillips, Rt. 4, Burnsville 

* Howard Cook, Elizabethton, Tenn 


Verlin J. Robinson, Micaville 

* Ransom Riddle, Star Rt., Burnsville — 


v> 


Crabtree.. . 


Howard Wilson, Rt. 2, Burnsville 


13. 

14 


Double Island 

Elk .Shoal. .. 


C.A.Buchanan, Rt. 1, Bakersville 


Paul Robinson, Green Mountain 

C. W. Mcintosh, Rt. 3, Burnsville 


15 




* James Beaver, Rt. 2, Burnsville 

* Jesse Hughes, Burnsville . 


* Dave Blevins, Rt. 2, Burnsville 


16 


Hall's Chapel 

Indian Creek 

Ivy Gap 


* Mrs. Clarence McMahon, Rt. 2, Burns- 


17. 
18 


ElzieRay, Rt.3, Burnsville. 

Ebb Jenkins, Rt. 1, Flagpond, Tenn 

R. A. Pate, Micaville. 

R. A. Pate, Micaville 

Eari Cole, Rt. 1, Mars Hill 

Adam Mills, Rt. 1, Marion 


ville 

Sam Rathburn, Rt. 3, Burnsville.. 

Woodrow Chandler, Rt. 3, Burnsville.... 


19. 
20. 
21. 
?.?. 


Jack's Creek 

Laurel Branch 

Locust Grove 

Mt. Mitchell 

Mt. Pleasant 

Pleasant Gap 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Valley 

Price's Creek 

Riverside. 


Mrs. Bruce Bailey, Rt. 1, Burnsville 

Oliver McMahan, Pensacola 

Dave Hughes, Rt. 1, Relief 

Walter Wilson, Hamrick 


?3 


M. H. Kendall, Mars Hill 


Jack Mcintosh, Bald Creek 


24. 
25. 

76 


Frank Parsons, R. F. D., Bakersville 

Arthur Thomas, Rt. 1, Green Mountain.. 
Harold Ray, Rt. 3, Burnsville 


Fonze Hughes, Micaville 

S. J. GrinstafF, Green Mountain 

Sammie McPeters, Rt. 3, Box 111-A, 




Harold Ray, Rt. 3, Burnsville. 




?7 


Joe Blankenship, Rt. 3, Burnsville 


28 




Rotha Bailey, Rt. 1, Burnsville 


m 


South Estatoe 

Upper Shoal Creek . . 
Windom. 


Steve Clark, Rt. 2, Burnsville. 


Ramon Autrev, Rt. 2, Burnsville 


30 
31 


Ralph Young, Burnsville 

J. Astor Buchanan, Rt. 2, Spruce Pine... 
T. J. Willis, Rt. 3, BakersviUe 


Lee Dulaney, Rt. 2, Burnsville 

Fred Buchanan, Rt. 2, Burnsville 


32. 
33 


Young's Chapel 


Yates Laws, Rt. 2, Burnsville 

Calvin Robinson, Green Mountain.. 




Totals 







OF North Carolina 



321 



YADKIN— Continued 



























ci ° 








c. 


"s -^ 


o 


c 
o ^ 






1=1 


o. 


_ S 


^^ 




-1 


1 
c. 

a 


3 S 

Si 
|4 


=) >- 
Id 




.5 = 


^ c 


fc'c 

OH 
(5 




Total Local 
Church E. 
(Including 
Piustor's 
(Salary) 


11 
_ c. 

|h 


13 ra 

o 


9. 


All 


15 


452 


377 


135 


166 


80 




$ 14,470 


$ 21,907 


S 1.995 


% 23,902 


10. 


AU 


10 


459 


306 


112 


112 


57 


30 


5,910 


14,209 


2,895 


17,104 


11. 


All 


5 


354 


219 


86 


70 


61 




1,102 


7,508 


3,602 


11,110 


12. 


4 

4 


21 
3 


214 
173 


210 
131 


94 
47 




43 
33 






2,003 
2,481 


629 
249 


2,632 


13. 




78 


2,730 


14. 


All 


43 


423 


373 


295 




88 




10,524 


19,026 


630 


19,656 


15. 


All 


9 


414 


338 


136 


89 


114 


34 


667 


12,771 


4,986 


17,757 


16. 


2-4 

1-3-4 

1-4 

2-4 

1-3-4 

4 


4 
3 


102 
162 
318 


104 
168 
188 
122 
149 

342 


57 
65 
54 

"""50 

86 








1,032 


2,864 
3,010 
2,051 
1,679 
3,537 

4,547 


39 

54 

495 

305 

907 

517 


2,903 


17. 








3,064 


18. 










2,546 


19. 


57 








1,984 


20. 


3 
17 


300 
345 






803 
1,049 


4,444 


21. 




99 




5,064 


22. 


1-2-3-4 
1-3-4 


3 
3 


133 

285 


87 
215 


71 
80 










1,453 
5,764 


564 
1,072 


2,017 


23. 




59 




2,628 


6,836 


24. 


4 


11 


270 


165 


73 


35 


46 




511 


4,183 


428 


4,611 


25. 


4 


5 


253 


239 


137 


38 


72 


17 


545 


5,352 


1,503 


6,855 


26. 


4 

All 
1-3-4 


2 

23 
15 


427 

252 
320 


261 

158 
296 


97 

63 
138 










6,810 

1,762 
6,080 


815 

336 

384 


7,625 


27. 


69 

87 






250 
284 


2,098 


28. 


60 




6,464 


29. 


All 
4 


2 


56 

200 


75 
222 


42 
66 


52 


18 
35 






1,297 
6,431 


378 
853 


1,675 


30. 




4,127 


7,284 


31. 


All 


11 


241 


237 


118 


85 


86 




369 


9,548 


3,337 


12,885 




311 


8,431 


6,824 


2,913 


1,296 


1,428 


106 


$ 74,522 


$ 221,841 


S 37,035 


S258,876 













YANCEY 



1. 


1-3 
1-2-3 

1-3 

All 

1-2-4-5 

All 

All 

1-2-3-4 
All 
1-3 


8 
4 
22 

'""13 
3 

2 


280 
46 
75 
154 
175 
531 
193 

177 
150 
84 
*93 
132 
284 
272 
*115 

*62 
73 
150 
102 
55 
73 
111 
12 
212 
105 

185 
135 
125 
302 
40 
145 
205 
130 


113 
46 
63 

175 

86 

259 

89 

92 
125 

44 
•65 
135 
150 
120 
*35 

*68 
76 
84 
86 
49 
30 
74 
135 
143 
75 

70 
75 
125 
140 
50 
110 
148 
130 


59 
34 

""'"95 
72 
116 
55 








$ 


S 1,304 
391 
1,535 
6,833 
1,339 
9,393 
4,496 

1,158 

1.639 

564 

*234 

2,085 

4.426 

401 

*552 

*149 

596 

1,053 

3,026 

896 


S 382 

116 

20 

1,184 

442 

3,898 

487 

144 
172 
44 

333 
81 
21 

138 

15 

84 
35 
429 
203 


$ 1,686 


2. 








157 

872 
2,679 


507 


3. 


40 
79 
52 
95 
65 






1,555 


4. 
5. 


57 

10 

124 


23 


8,017 
1,781 


6. 

7. 


45 


55 

1,740 

275 


13,291 
4,983 


8. 






1,302 


9. 










1 811 


10. 










181 


608 


11. 










*234 


12. 


2-4 
2-4 


13 

5 

2 

*10 

*3 
5 
5 

9 
5 

7 

7 
3 
2 
7 
2 

10 
14 
5 


76 








30 
3,605 


2,418 


13. 


50 






4,507 


14. 






422 


15. 


*2 












690 


16. 


28 










164 


17. 


1-2-3-4 

1-2-3-4 

1-2-3-4 

1-2-3-4 

1-3 

2-4 

2-4 

1-3 

1-3 

2-4 
1-2-3-4 

1-3 
1-2-3-4 

1-3 
1-2-3-4 

1-3 
All 










680 


18. 












1,088 


19. 


65 

76 


39 
36 


23 
4 






3,455 


20. 
21. 




6 


1,099 


22. 












634 
7,292 

8,772 
2,950 

300 
401 
1,010 
2,016 
374 
3,484 
1,948 
2,632 


39 

376 

341 

3,430 

30 
129 
255 
312 

40 
245 
217 

65 


673 


23. 


75 
35 
60 


38 


42 






7,668 


24. 




7,933 


9,113 


25. 


69 






6,380 


26. 








330 


27. 












530 


28. 












1,265 


29. 
30. 


64 
30 
64 
109 
42 


64 


41 


18 


271 


2,328 
414 


31. 








1,317 

527 

1,100 


3,729 


32. 


135 
45 






2,165 


33. 






2,697 












167 


4,983 


3,265 


1,155 


807 


301 


86 


i 20,748 


$ 73,883 


% 13.707 


$ 87,590 











21 



322 



Baptist State Convention 
YATES 



Chtthches 



Pastor and Post Office 



Sunday School Stiperintendent 
AND Post Office 



1. BeU's. 

2. Berea_ 



3. Bethesda- 



4. Cedar Fork. 

5. Chapel HilL 



6. Durham: Alston Ave. 

7. Angler Ave 

8. Braggtown 



9. Calvary 

10. Cheek Heights. 



11. Durham Memorial 



12. Edgemont. 



13. 

14. 



15. 
16. 



Faith. 
First.. 



Gorman. 
Grace 



17. Grey Stone 

18. Guess Road 

19. HoUoway Street. 

20. Immanuel 

2 1 . Lakewood 

22. Park View 

23. Temple 



Ted G. Stone, Rt. 3, Apex.. 

W. L. Pearson, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 149-A, 

Durham 

J. Russell Barbee, 1910 S. Miami Blvd., 

Durham 

Alex L. Booth, Jr., Rt. 1, Morrisville 

Samuel T. Habel, Box 508, Chapel Hill.. 

C. E. Ange, 305 Guthrie Ave., Durham.. 
C. N. Royal, 301 N. Driver Ave., Durham 

John T. Bunn, Box 8022 N. Durham Sta., 
Durham 



William H. Poole, 2711 Wake Forest Rd., 
Durham. . . 



Benjamin R. Bruner, 405 N. Hyde Park 
Ave., Durham 



Robert Lawscn, 2624 Ferrell Rd., Dur- 
ham 

Dennis W. Hockaday, First Bapt. Church, 
Durham 

V. S. Dowd, Rt. 5, Box 404, Durham... 

Henry B. Anderson, 1104 N. Mangum 

St., Durham 



Watts Street. 
Westwood 



Yates. 



27- Ebenezer... 

28- Ephesus 

29- Lowe's Grove. 



30- Lystra 

31- Mt. Carmel.. 

32- Mt. Gilead-. 
33. Mt. Herman 



34. Mt. Moriah.. 

35. Mt. Pisgah... 

36. Olive Branch. 

37. Olive Chapel. 

38. Plainview 



Malbert Smith, Jr., 1010 Broad Street, 

Durham 

W. Ches Smith, III, 2414 Guess Road, 

Durham 

Jack B. Wilder, 1933 Wake Forest Rd., 

Durham 

Ralph H. Yarborough, 3537 Hillsboro 

Road, Durham 

Trela B. Collins, 1603 Lakewood Ave., 

Durham 

B. E. White, 2500 Acadia St.. Durham . 

Charles A. Maddry, 1405 Arnette Ave., 
Durham 



Warren T. Carr, 800 Watts St., Durham^ 
Robert L. Costner, 1008 Broad Street, 

Durham 

Fred Tumblin, 2625 Chapel Hill Road, 

Durham 



R. E. Scarlett, Rt. 3, Hillsboro 

M. Kenneth Wilson, Rt. 1, Durham 

Robert W. Dorr, Rt. 4, Alston Avenue, 

Road, Durham 

Carl Hart, Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 

Walter C. Mitchell, Rt. 3, Chapel Hill.. 

W. C. Kirchner, Rt. 1, Pittsboro.. 

C. C. Edinger, Rt. 1, Durham 



Jarvis Brock, Rt. 1, Durham 

Roy E. Snell, Rt. 3, Apex 

G. F. Lipe, 804 Second St., Durham. . 

H. M. Baker, Rt. 3, Apex 

H. Dale Crockett, Rt. 5, Box 486, Durham 



R. W. Seymour, Rt. 2, Apex 

Garland Atkins, Rt. 3, Durham 

E. B. Britt, Rt. 4, Box 324, Durham 

J. R. Green, Rt. 1, Morrisville 

R. A. Jolly, Sr., 806 E. FrankUn Street, 

Chapel HiU 

J. J. Hamm, 2448 S. Alston Ave., Durham 
Coe P. Strain, 2328 Glendale Avenue, 

Durham 

J. B. Tilley, 3519 Duke Homestead Rd., 
Durham 

Calvin Speagle, 315 Lynn Rd., Durham. 

Earl Anderson, 2606 Highland Avenue, 

Durham 

Ralph J. Lewter, 2617 Rochelle Street, 
Durham 

M. T. Mangum, 119 S. Guthrie Avenue, 
Durham 

Donald R. Ladd, Rt. 6, Box 56-A, Durham 

Sam Seat, First Baptist Church, Durham 
V. E. Glenn, Rt. 5, Box 399, Durham.... 

J. N. Strawbridge, 221 Dacian Avenue, 
D urham 

Carl Wallace, 2713 Williams St., Durham 

Elton Earp, 1815 Guess Rd., Durham.. 

Wayne Nutt, 2716 Ashe St., Durham 

Raymond Massey, Cole Mill Rd., Durham 

J. Troy Jones, P. 0. Box 2202, Durham.. 

A. M. Thomas, 2411 Highland Avenue, 
Durham 

Theo B. Apperson, 1114 Burch Avenue, 

Durham 

Mack Stout, Rt. 4, Durham 

Hunter KeUy, Welcome Cir.-D, Durham 

John K. Woody, 3003 Hope Valley Road, 
Durham 

OUie Ball, 2627 Lawndale Ave., Durham. 
Lacy L. Thomas, Rt. 1, Durham 

B. L. Ross, 2633 S. Alston Ave., Durham 

John A. Oldham, Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 

S. T. Noell, Sr., Rt. 3, Chapel Hill '.. 

Silas Mann, Rt. 1, Pittsboro 

Marvin A. Couch, 11 Meadow Brook 

Drive, Durham 

Clyde Carroll, Jr., Rt. 1, Durham 

W. R. Markham, Rt. 3, Apex 

G. D. Cooke, 3313 Wake Forest Road, 

Durham 

A. C. Lawrence, Rt. 3, Apex 

E. D. Griffin, 2609 Ross Rd., Durham.. 



OF North Carolina 



323 



YATES 





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Total Local 
Church Exp. 
(Including 
Paster's 
Salary) 


.s-3 


11 


1. 


4 


11 


336 


273 


87 


85 


75 


3C 


% 16C 


$ 7,553 


% 1,102 


$ 8,655 


2. 


4 


5 


305 


184 


69 


59 


20 


27 


36 


7,859 


902 


8,761 


3. 

4. 


4 
4 


47 
5 


926 
244 


877 
258 


266 


237 

82 


160 
84 


51 
17 


14,420 
9,509 


34,858 
14,634 


13,197 
2,471 


48,055 
17,105 


5. 
6. 


4 
4 


17 
13 


1,016 
187 


722 
139 


211 
59 


128 
73 


214 

18 




793 
495 


45,687 
4,509 


9,874 
282 


55.561 
4,791 


7. 


4 

4 
4 


45 

18 
10 


1,318 

673 
266 


926 

725 
261 


251 

108 


125 

113 

122 


156 

156 
68 






29,294 

31,400 
97,568 


12,823 

6,118 
1,910 


42,117 


8. 
9. 


84 
47 


"83^815 


37,518 
99,478 


10. 


4 


26 


452 


371 


175 


92 


155 


64 


1,601 


16,510 


1,928 


18,438 


11. 


4 


9 


575 


549 


255 


139 


95 


9 


2,068 


24,230 


3,190 


27,420 


12. 


4 


12 


818 


513 


137 


111 


149 


36 




21,431 


10,211 


31,642 


13. 


4 


9 


113 


127 


115 


59 


18 




3,388 


7,118 


847 


7,965 


14. 
15. 


4 

4 


45 
21 


2,011 

717 


1,337 
686 


250 
206 


300 
173 


405 
167 


82 


4,438 
819 


76,685 
23,978 


27,579 
4,437 


104,264 
28,415 


16. 


4 


10 


1,043 


960 


242 


191 


144 


70 


83,293 


125,829 


21,083 


146,912 


17. 


4 


48 


1,549 


1,003 


337 


198 


275 


75 


5,378 


38,496 


14,187 


52,683 


18. 


4 


18 


391 


398 


172 


107 


96 


42 


2,208 


21,672 


972 


22,644 


19. 


4 


35 


741 


673 


283 


261 


128 


72 


1,000 


37,502 


10.074 


47,576 


20. 


4 

4 


6 


310 
507 


223 
433 


92 
125 


72 
67 


27 
155 






10,756 
24,645 


581 
2,260 


11,337 


21. 


47 


14,057 


26,905 


22. 


4 


11 


203 


326 


132 


75 


75 




587 


12,337 


1,983 


14,320 


23. 

24. 


4 
4 


25 
31 


1,365 
1,143 


1.174 
1,018 


306 
209 


187 
279 


258 
272 


72 
22 


76,843 
1,641 


134,174 
70,846 


9,582 
12,898 


143,856 
83,744 


25. 


4 


18 


290 


355 


161 


98 


125 


42 


8,935 


28,273 


2,129 


30,402 


26. 
27. 
28. 


4 
4 
4 


39 

8 


869 
143 
332 


803 
132 
274 


230 
86 
98 


211 

21 
53 


176 
26 
69 


130 


2,247 

859 

23,612 


42,538 

4,580 

33,665 


12,265 

90 

3,830 


54,803 

4,670 

37,495 


29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 


4 

4 
4 
4 


16 
4 
9 


595 
215 
342 
185 


650 
180 
256 
156 


219 
75 

100 
67 


94 
57 
84 
52 


144 
68 
85 
66 


11 
27 
20 
24 


2,500 
233 
816 


16,956 
7,714 
7,592 
5,019 


3,035 
2,442 
3,819 
1,310 


19,991 
10,156 
11,411 
6,329 


33. 
34. 
35. 


4 

4 
4 


7 
8 
6 


281 
243 

278 


226 
213 
240 


106 
103 
95 


31 

84 

77 


67 
92 
66 


"'"42 

28 


914 
1,060 
4,422 


7,791 
4,772 
10,394 


2,840 

702 

2,278 


10,631 
5,474 

12,672 


36. 
37. 
38. 


4 
4 
4 


6 

1 

13 


215 
554 
159 


158 
451 

174 


103 
92 
80 


79 
97 
57 


34 
105 
73 


'"'"55 

18 


1,746 

561 

5,280 


7,545 
15,514 
10,545 


1,302 

8,165 

426 


8,847 
23,679 
10.971 



324 



Baptist State Convention 
YATES— Continued 



Churches 



Pastor and Post Office 



SnNDAT School Superintendent 
AND Post Office 



39. Pleasant HiU 

40. Red Mountain 



41. Ridgeerest 

42. Roberson's Grove. 



43. Rose of Sharon. 



Vacation Bible 

Schools: 

Alexander Avenue 
Chapel 

Columbus Durham 
Chapel 

East Durham Bap- 
tist Chapel 

Few Gardens 

Jesse Howell 
Memorial Chapel 



Totals. 



T. E. Hartis, 253 N. Wingate St., Wake 

Forest 

J. Thad Ashley, 314 N. Elizabeth Street, 

Durham 

E. H. Ferrell, P. 0. Box 8096, Durham .. 
Luther M. King, 1125 N. Mebane Street, 

Burlington 

Frank McGuire, Rt. 2, Guess Road, 

Durham 



Clinton Copeland, Rt. 1, Pittsboro. 



Warren Smith, Rougemont 

J. B. Cash, Rt. 2, Roxboro Rd., Durham. 

E. W. Daniels, Rt. 6, Box 544, Durham. 
Clifton L. Lowry, Rt. 1, Box 396, Durham 



OF North Carolina 



325 



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(Including 
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Salary) 


O 3 


6. ° 

Ik 

C 


39. 

40. 
41. 

42. 


3 

4 
4- 

4 

4 


11 

14 

8 

9 
3 


90 

249 
71 

111 

242 


60 

116 
98 

55 

182 


31 

63 
48 

85 


34 

68 
35 

29 

84 


15 

24 
34 


7 
18 


$ 

'"1^633 
10 

107 


$ 1,419 

3,285 
7,073 

1,526 

6,876 


$ 495 

474 
412 

36 

634 


$ 1,914 

3,759 
7,485 

1,562 


43. 
44. 


77 


27 


7,510 


45. 


























46. 










46 
163 

74 
















47. 
























48. 


















































663 


22,673 


18,9.35 


6,202 


4,680 


4,716 


1,296 


361,484 


$ 
1,142,748 


% 
217.175 


$ 
1,359,923 









OF North Carolina 



327 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF ALL ASSOCIATIONS 



Alexander- 

Alleghany 

Anson 

Ashe 

Atlantic 

Avery 

Beulah 

Bladen 

Blue Ridge 

Brier Creek 

Brunswick — 

Brushy Mountain . 

Buncombe 

Burnt Swamp 

Cabarrus 

Caldwell 

Carolina 

Catawba River 

Cherokee 

Chowan 

Columbus 

Dan Valley 

Dock 

Eastern 

Elkin 

Flat River 

French Broad 

Gaston 

Green River 

Haywood 

Johnston 

Kings Mountain — 

Liberty 

Little River 

Macon 

Mecklenburg 

Mitchell 

Montgomery 

Mount Zion 

Neuse 

New Found 

New South River.. 

North Roanoke 

Pee Dee 

Piedmont 

Pilot Mountain 

Raleigh 

Randolph 

Robeson 

Rowan 

Sandy Creek 

Sandy Run 

South Fork. 

South Mountain 

South Roanoke 

South Sandy Creek 
South Yadkin.. 

Stanly 

Stone Mountain. 

Stony Fork 

Surry 

Tar River- -__. 
Tennessee River 
Theron Rankin - 
Three Forks- -- 
Transylvania... 

Tuckaseigee 

Union 

West Chowan.. 
West Liberty--. 
Western N. C-- 

Wilmington 

Yadkin 

Yancey 

Yates 



Baptisms 



Totals. 



199 
52 
217 
215 
404 
110 
276 
180 
396 
234 
129 
334 

1,106 
289 
726 
908 
507 
735 
25 
527 
343 
368 
29 
426 
203 
337 
260 

1,470 
288 
590 
504 
787 
462 
340 
234 

1.489 
279 
180 
620 
377 
93 
892 
758 
458 

1,356 

1,381 

1,058 
451 
560 
378 
267 
579 
411 
232 
455 
164 
545 
467 
201 
36 
522 
499 
244 
468 
198 
235 
327 
408 
421 
140 
252 

1,046 
311 
167 
663 



33,798 



Number 
Churches 



3,266 



Church 
Member- 
ship 



5,227 

917 

5,353 

6,492 



Total Local 
Church Ex- 
penditures 
(Pastor's 
Salary, etc.) 



Total 
Denomi- 
national 
Expendi- 
tures 



61 
295 

200 : 

308 

80 

124 

237 

1,001 

88 

785 

896 

552 

622 

13 

427 

372 

334 

22 

256 

164 

296 

155 

1,306 
299 
474 
474 

1,048 
546: 
320 
133 

2.162 
181 
165 
642 
457 
37 
748 
681 
650 

1,790 

1,459 

1,330 
433 
548 
587 
273 
664 
363 
121 
542 
156 
497 
495 
108 
12 
325 
486 
72 
586 
152 
169 
151 
642 
459 
27 
119 
673 
221 
73 

1,142 



846.263 «33.146.199 S6. 171. 043 



26,849 
2,098 
31,583 
12,903 
89,263 
4,083 
43,431 
33,445 
62,617 
14,155 
15,358 
26,041 

215,418 
7,462 

154,456 

117,572 
74,764 
96,690 

' 1,564 
95,950 
58,. 397 
54.177 
4,610 
68,555 
25,877 
65,966 
26,267 

309,540 
45.977 
65,594 
65,728 

269,139 

100,600 
67,358 
13,349 

330,389 
24,022 
21,246 

138,069 
63,089 
2,643 

127,418 

160,993 
67,131 

396,685 

324,941 

294,315 
93,395 

146,636 
71,006 
56,296 

134,466 
55,402 
10,910 

104,299 
22,834 

103,506 
73,931 
5,215 
1,879 
51,919 
83,568 
10,257 

131,399 
32,288 
21,570 
17,445 
56,547 

133,297 
3,678 
23,573 

140,033 
37,035 
13,707 

217,175 



Grand 
Total 
Expendi- 
tures 



195,738 % 
17,661 
198,116 
98,955 
477,304 
65,600 
338,442 
234,027 
370,995 
95,014 
139,393 
263,525 

1,216,846 
95,913 
939,785 

1,014,210 
627,187 
718,954 
15,183 
523,835 
430,954 
389,137 
27,268 
324,745 
190,862 
362,066 
182,016 

1,616,492 
345,380 
539,635 
540,220 

1,317.800 
647,547 
388,239 
146,957 

2,493,090 
205,188 
186,519 
780,184 
521,028 
39,777 
875,600 
842,521 
717,356 

2,187,031 

1,783,973 

1.624,903 
527,225 
695,418 
658,625 
330.217 
798,484 
418.614 
132,244 
647,090 
179,136 
601,052 
569,375 
113,889 
14,871 
377,898 
570,250 
82,358 
717,720 
185,193 
190,973 
169,393 
698,662 
592,376 
30,781 
142,991 
813.139 
258,876 
87,590 

1,359,923 



Money 
Expended 
For New 
Buildings 



33,842 

2,533 

33,874 

26,017 

92.459 

11,409 

115.323 

49,546 

96,879 

28,414 

42,221 

86,534 

184,904 

23,592 

215,316 

376,656 

257,118 

148,534 

4,875 

74,622 

96,324 

76,686 

2,318 

50,952 

18,471 

69,219 

30,003 

335,473 

54,578 

149,115 

199,785 

258,818 

182,864 

124,007 

31,164 

343,088 

25,327 

32,116 

163,660 

204,730 

12,228 

195,354 

157,020 

332,168 

457,658 

230,125 

280,841 

138,277 

115,173 

199,730 

37,484 

174,879 

68,828 

21,208 

150,650 

39,146 

183,166 

126,788 

58,133 

3,361 

72,838 

150,691 

1,750 

127,310 

23,982 

22,735 

37,531 

346,576 

150,505 

5,525 

35,435 

132,552 

74,522 

20.748 

361,484 



317.242 « 8,872,767 



328 



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